Top 10 Best Songs of 2023What do you think are the best songs of 2023? Get your votes in! More songs to be added as the year progresses. Happy new year everybody!
I'm aware only went to #1 because of my remix, but PLEASE give this a listen! This is one of the most incredible, grand, and uplifting pop songs I've ever heard in my entire life. The album this comes from (That! Feels Good!) is probably the best pop album of the decade so far - if you haven't listened to it, give it a spin. You won't regret it.
This hypnotic and dreamlike song is my current favorite of 2023 as of August. My love for this song took me down a hazy path into Slowdive's discography and other shoegaze albums.
I kinda like it
Finally, we haven't had anything good from Linkin Park in almost 10 years (One More Light was crap.) but this song saved us. Long live Linkin Park.
Pretty awesome unreleased song from the Meteora era of Linkin Park. Very excited for the 20th anniversary of Meteora and what these unreleased songs/demos will be like!
Aaaah it's so nice to hear Chester's voice again! Can't wait to see what the 20th anniversary edition of Meteora will be like.
He breaks the follow-up single curse with flying colors! A heavenly sample use that reimagines and augments its source material into new context, harmonizes splendidly with Sanchez's retroesque romantic entrancement sound and incredibly loving protective allures to be enthralled in. Deserves every ounce of praise and attention it could receive, period.
Easily the best track off of Diamonds & Dancefloors. I will never tire of thematics that illustrate ghostly figures as premonitions of the lovely but fearful psychological terrors that torment the mind, the danger that they provide impacting you even when they're not around. It's a perfect mirror of 'Cold as Ice', with a shifted perspective of who's really the true hexing enchantress in the relationship.
This song is very catchy
They only had 2 big hits & they're still relevant. Shows you the music industry likes to focus on what's trending because that's what pop music is.