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We're calling it: "Uptown Funk" is the "Happy" of 2015. The sound is reminiscent of classic hits like James Brown's "Get Up Offa That Thing" and Prince's "Kiss." Have the wedding band play this upbeat song and you'll see that no one (young or old!) can resist dancing to it, no matter how many times they've heard it.

10. Halsey, "Hold Me Down"



Ashley Frangipane, the New York-based songwriter better known as Halsey, shows off her vocal intensity on "Hold Me Down," the latest release from her awesome forthcoming LP Badlands .

11. The Knocks feat. Alex Newell, "Collect My Love"



Alex Newell is shaping up to be a major player in the disco revival (if that even becomes a thing), and the former Glee star sounds remarkably assured on the Knocks' latest jam, "Collect My Love."

12. Phoebe Ryan, "Dead"



Phoebe Ryan's single "Mine" alerted the blogosphere to an enchanting new voice, and the singer-songwriter has kept the winning streak alive with the charming follow-up "Dead."

13. Icona Pop, "Emergency"



"You wanna get higher? Shake that ass!" Icona Pop succinctly commands on the swinging new single "Emergency." Two years removed from the "I Love It" . takeover, the pop duo is back with another likable banger.

14. Kacey Musgraves, "Biscuits"



Bless you, Kacey Musgraves, for blowing up on a national level but keeping the simple charm of your song craft intact. Fans of "Follow Your Arrow" should lap up this feel-good preview of sophomore LP Pageant Material .

15. Brandon Flowers, "I Can Change"



Hey, that's the voice of Pet Shop Boys' Neil Tennant -- recorded via voicemail -- on Brandon Flowers' new track "I Can Change"! Even without that spoken-word interlude, the Killers frontman nails this house track, which samples Bronski Beat's "Smalltown Boy."

16. Alesso feat. Roy English, "Cool"



It's been around a few months as a single, but Alesso's collaboration with Roy English is the type of thoughtful, inclusive EDM track that should be ruling pop radio this summer. Kick-ass music video, by the way.

17. Little Boots, "Better in the Morning"



Little Boots may have finally found a producer that can magnify her sleek pop sensibilities. Ariel Rechtshaid (Haim, Charli XCX) concocts a knockout with "Better In The Morning," which hums along with an effervescent collection of hip-hop beats.

18. Lindstrøm feat. Grace Hall, "Home Tonight" (radio edit)



Norwegian producer Hans-Peter Lindstrøm recently delivered arguably his coolest single since "I Feel Space," with Grace Hall of Skin Town assisting on vocals. The radio edit soars, but the nine-minute extended version is worth jamming to as well.

19. Years & Years, "Shine"



Years & Years' single "King" is on the shortlist for best single of 2015, but with its equally explosive hook and more subtly drawn verses, new offering "Shine" makes for a worthy follow-up. The . group's debut album will include both tracks, and should be a monster.

20. Frankie, "New Obsession"



Has any chorus released this year flashed a more fun opening line than "I've got the tricks if you wanna lock lips"? The Oakland native released her debut EP in April, and "New Obsession" is its slick, wildly engaging highight.

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Single party nrw 2015

Single party nrw 2015