Best Songs of 2017 Collection II

MUSICISART MAGAZINE 2017 Best Songs Collection

As the Spring arrives, our taste in music changes with the seasons. As the birds sing, the flowers bloom, and the gentle raindrops that were once cold become warm again. Our own sense of listening takes on a different pattern of beats. Welcoming in a deeper meaning that becomes full of memories that become attached to the weather and the feeling of where you were in the spring when you heard that song for the first time.


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Some of the Best Songs of 2017 Collection have included favorites from:


Chicago-based electronic duo Louis The Child create addictive and lighthearted blends of indie pop. In March 2017, Louis The Child their six-track EP, Love Is Alive, through Ultra Music. For the first single “Love Is Alive,” Louis The Child present a range of positive emotion that will make you smile and bring you back to the days of music that feels good.

“Louis The Child – Love Is Alive”


English electronic music duo AlunaGeorge released their second studio album, I Remember, on 16 September 2016 on Island Records. The album included collaborations with Popcaan, Zhu, Leikeli47, Dreezy, Flume and Pell. In January 2017, AlunaGeorge released the track “Not Above Love” featuring a remix by producer DEVAULT who blends his own mindset of heavy trap breaks and samples that turn into an explosion of passion.

Aluna George – Not Above Love (DEVAULT Remix)


Lapalux is a producer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter from London. Lapalux has worked in the studio on his sophomore release Ruinism set to be released June 30, 2017 via the label Brainfeeder. For the single “Rotted Arp,” Lapalux collaborates with French DJ and producer Louisahhh who showcases a female sensuality of spoken words fragmented over haunting beats, drums, and bass that build upon one another in between each phrasing.

“Lapalux – Rotted Arp (Feat. Louisahhh)”


From Oslo, Norway, producer Lido has enjoyed remixing artists like songstress Banks and covering classic songs like Bill Withers’ ‘Ain’t No Sunshine’ into his own interpretations over the years. Late last year, Lido released his debut album Everything, and in early 2017, the Everything remix album featuring remixes of Lido’s work re-edited by other artists like Brasstracks, mossy., and Minnesota. The single “So Cold” receives an alternate take by duo Minnesota, complimenting the structure of sounds

“Lido – So Cold (Minnesota Remix)”

“Lido – Solsbury Hill (Peter Gabriel Cover)”

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The 2017 Best Songs Collection  is not dedicated to only one style or genre. There are singles and remixes from female and male artists showcasing talents from R&B and Future Soul to Trap and UK Garage to Indie Rock, Pop, Downtempo and Hip Hop. Be sure to follow for updates and more new music on musicisart’s 2017 Best Songs Collection Playlist on Spotify.