Digital High’s Top 20 Tunes Of 2014 [10 – 6]


DH’s Top 20 Of 2014 [20-11]:

20. “The One”The Knocks ft. Sneaky Sound System
19. “Self Control”Kate Boy
18. “Best Friend”Foster The People
17. “Never Say Never”Basement Jaxx ft. ETML
16. “Summer”Calvin Harris
15. “Every Little Thing”Röyksopp & Robyn
14. “Don’t”Ed Sheeran
13. “Change Your Ticket”One Direction
12. “Meltdown”Stromae ft. Lorde, Pusha T, Q-Tip, & HAIM
11. “Unmissable”Gorgon City ft. Zak Abel

10. “Power To The People”Basement Jaxx

      Checking in for the second time, Basement Jaxx dropped another absolute
      House wowzer off of Junto with “Power To The People.” The positive vibes
      flow like good wine with good friends as the deep percussion builds to an
      almost euphoric aural climax. Plus it clocks in at a very healthy five and half
      minutes. That’s positively delightful.



9. “Lionhearted”Porter Robinson ft. Urban Cone
      This year saw the release of one of the more hotly anticipated debuts,
      as young Porter Robinson graced the masses with electronica epic Worlds.
      Led by an array of synth wonderment, it’s the album’s third single firmly
      positioning itself at number 9. “Lionhearted” is a slice of electro-anthem
      heaven aided by the vocal stylings of indie-pop outfit Urban Cone. A true
      treat.



8. “Find You”Zedd ft. Matthew Koma & Miriam Bryant
      After riding high on the successes of his own debut, 2012’s Clarity, EDM
      phenom Zedd returned to the charts with “Find You,” his contribution to the
      Divergent original soundtrack. Featuring vocals from Matthew Koma and
      Miriam Bryant, it’s an electro House tour-de-force I could not get enough of
      this year



7. “My Friend Has A Swimming Pool”MAUSI
      The initial post that was my blogging baptism checks in at 7. “My Friend Has
      A Swimming Pool,” from MAUSI, would have easily been my unofficial “Song
      of the Summer” if it weren’t for a track popping up a little higher on this list,
      but that doesn’t cheapen this fun and energetic nu-Disco surprise.



6. “Say Something”Karen Harding
      Karen Harding, one to watch out for in 2015, dropped an absolute smash in
      “Say Something.” This deep, uptempo cut effortlessly blends the pure vocals
      of the songtress with one insanely catchy bassline thanks to producer and
      House prodigy MNEK. I can’t heap enough praise here, really!

One response to “Digital High’s Top 20 Tunes Of 2014 [10 – 6]

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