MIXTAPE MONDAY: Check Out New Songs from Adele, Justin Bieber, Charli XCX, St. Lucia & More
Each and every week we put together our favorite tracks that had premiered a few days prior into one magnificent mixtape to share with you and your friends. This time around we've decided to share new 2015 songs from Adele, Justin Bieber, Charli XCX, St. Lucia and more right here!
It's okay to like Justin Bieber's new music, you guys. He's been sharing some amazing new pop songs this year, and "Sorry," his collaboration with Skrillex, is definitely a banger that shouldn't count as a guilty pleasure - just a pleasure! Check out the "dance" music video for this new song right here!
Charli XCX is killing it. That's a pretty obvious statement. The pop songstress' mix of radio friendly tunes with edgy, sexy hooks has brought her to new heights, and her latest song, "Vroom Vroom" is sure to win over plenty of new fans. Listen to this electronic pop number right here!
We're so glad that Adele has decided to say "Hello" to us this week, previewing her highly anticipated new album, 25. You know you'll love this song because she's one of the most talented vocalists of our generation, so just check out this great music video right here:
This week saw a number of great covers, too! Check out The Pains of Being Pure at Heart's cover James' "Laid" right here! Listen to Karen O covering Animotion's "Obsession" right here! Youth Lagoon also covered The Sundays' "Here's Where The Story Ends" this week, so listen to that here!
You can also check out one of the coolest remixes of the year, too: Hot Chip's new take on "Tutti Frutti," by New Order.
Listen; covers and remixes are obviously very cool, but this week also saw a different take on Bob Dylan's "Subterranean Homesick Blues" by the songwriter himself, in an unreleased version! Have a listen to this history-making song right here!
St. Lucia makes some of the most refreshing electro-pop songs that can both cheer you up and just get you excited about life. In the new song "Dancing on Glass," we get a sense of retro '80s new wave mixed with a new taste on dance music. It's powerful and moving, so listen right here!
There's not much to say about the new Weezer song, "Thank God for Girls." If you're a fan of the band, you're aware of the bizarre twists and turns their music has taken over the years, so be prepared for a wild ride with this one - especially since this lyric video is one of the strangest one ever!
If you're looking to share some music with a pal or a significant other, we think that this new mix is perfect for such a gift! Enjoy these songs together!
Who will you share this new Mixtape with this week? Let us know in the comments section below!