We at CoS expect our Top 10 Songs of the Week to feature a couple of tracks from acts you’re already infatuated with, but we hope you close the browser having explored some new territory. Proud music geeks, we still aren’t numb to the intrigue of Lana Del Rey, whose new track already has 2.5 million views on YouTube. If you’re looking for some hooks with a rougher edge, the likes of LVL Up and All Dogs are solid candidates. For those looking for a few weekend party anthems, turn your attention to the G-funk swagger of YG and the epic synth melodies of Eric Prydz. So dig into something new this week, and you might just discover that next infatuation.
10. The Six – “Nothing in the World”
Sometimes the best things in life are the ones you don’t search for. It was during a hectic afternoon that “Nothing in the World’ entered into my consciousness, its infectious UK garage/post-R&B dynamics quickly stealing my attention from the pressing tasks at hand. The delivery couldn’t be more weightless, yet The Six pull heavily at the soul. A free download to thank fans for the growing support (The Six just surpassed 1,000 Facebook likes), the standalone single pulls you closely into its sweet atmospherics, leaving the ills of the day on some distant plane. May that distance offer you a moment to dream. –Derek Staples