The best tracks from 2015 you need on your playlist this party season
HT48HRS_Special Updated: Dec 19, 2015 16:13 IST
How Deep is your Love by Calvin Harris & Disciples : A peppy number with amazing vocals.
GTA by Red Lips (Skrillex Remix): Huge bass drops and haunting vocals.
Magnets by Disclosure ft Lorde : A top quality record from Disclosure. Lorde’s songwriting skills make it better.
Rough by Bassjackers & Reez: Favourite transition record while switching from house to big room.
Yesterday by Borgeous & Zaeden: It’s making waves internationally.
- By Lost Stories, EDM duo
Uma Thurman by Fall Out Boy: All these years later, Uma Thurman still inspires rock ’n’ roll ditties.
Figure It Out by Royal Blood: Although from late 2014, it’s been a scorcher through 2015.
The Less I Know The Better by Tame Impala: Check out the video to this one. It has a cool dance beat to it too.
Renegades by X Ambassadors: Gather around in a group hug and scream out the chorus.
Wash It All Away by Five Finger Death Punch: A punchy beat with a raw chorus. Bring on the mosh pit now.
- By Luke Kenny, musician and actor
Upton Funk by Mark Ronson ft Bruno Mars: Probably the song of the year. Can’t go wrong with this one.
Can’t Feel my Face by The Weeknd: I challenge you to play this only once. Horribly addictive. Suitable for ages 2 upwards.
Gold by Kiiara: An ex-warehouse clerk has to be the discovery of the year.
Cheerleader by Omi: Cheesy but effective. Sure to get any party going.
What Do You Mean by Justin Bieber: This is no time to be judgmental. You want to get that party started, right?
- By Dhruv Ghanekar, musician and co-founder of BlueFrog
Gulabo from Shandaar: It’s impossible to sit still through this energetic song, full of rhythm and groovy beats.
Sooraj Dooba Hai from Roy: You can dance all night to this upbeat party anthem.
Selfie Le Le from Bajrangi Bhaijaan: The nation went completely mad about this one.
DJ Waley Babu by Badshah ft. Astha Gill: A cutesy hook, an easy beat and a quirky flute combine..
Sarfira from Katti Batti: Gets you to dance like no one’s watching.
- By Gaurav Sharma, chief programming officer, Fever 104 FM