2014 in Review: More Great Singles

You’ve seen the top 15. These tracks were just not quite good enough to crack that list, but made for some great listening over the past twelve. They are all over the board, and regardless of what some people (or North Korea and their lame ass hackers, if the case may be) may say, these tracks are to be listened to and enjoyed.
Roll the tapes. Here are my also-rans for 2014.

The War On Drugs, “Under The Pressure”

Nothing, “Hymn To the Pillory”

Sia, “Chandelier”

Interpol, “Everything Is Wrong”

Tennis, “Never Work For Free”

Ex Hex, “Don’t Wanna Lose”

Hamilton Leithauser, “I Don’t Need Anyone”

Parquet Courts, “Sunbathing Animals”

Medicine, “Turning”

Kylie Minogue, “Into the Blue”

Grimes, “Go (feat. Blood Diamonds)”

Panda Bear, “Mr. Noah”

Gusgus, “Crossfade”

The Horrors, “Your Love” (Cover of the Frankie Knuckles House classic)

Death From Above 1979, “Trainwreck 1979”

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