- Title:The Best Of 2016: Power Pop's Very Best Served Up Hot!
- Style:Power Pop
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The sessions for Iggy Pop's best album in many years were helmed by Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, who created the perfect dark, rangy sound for him to flex in front of. Throughout Post Pop Depression, he's in his finest low-rent punk-poet elder statesman mode. From the rumbling intimation of mortality "Sunday" to the predatory throb of "Gardenia," these songs are sinewy and hard-swinging. On her second album, this Swedish pop singer-songwriter is just as sexed up and drugged up as she was when she was passing out in the tub on "Habits (Stay High)" or promising "we fuck for life" on "Talking Body. On "Influence" she warns you not to trust her when she's loaded; on the title track she whips out her metaphorical gal boner. Indie rock's brightest star continued and reaffirmed a hot streak with a potent, raucous fourth album.
These are the best of a challenging, rewarding, overall epic year. Impressions of loss ring out; in his heartbreaking turn of phrase, he is trapped in your full stop. By the end of the album, we are inches away from these sustained piano notes, so much so that we can hear the felt of the keys rubbing up against each other. Yorke’s pure tenor is recast as the voice of a man who just woke up, exhausted and phlegmatic
Iggy Pop – Post Pop Depression. Despite the rock pedigree involved, this is not an exercise in raw power as per the Stooges album of 1973, but rather a vein of weathered chanson like that explored on 2009’s Préliminaires, where Iggy went highbrow. When your love of life is an empty beach, don’t cry, he sings on Chocolate Drops. The lyrics are as bare as Iggy’s legendary torso. Throughout, Nao balances some very aerated sulking about unsatisfactory relationships with defiantly old-school touches. You can hear everyone from Janet Jackson to Aaliyah in this confident artist’s deceptively dreamy tones.
The 50 Best Albums of 2016.
But even with so many established huge names taking up space on the marquee, what really made the last twelve months in pop special was how they also found room for the lesser-known little guys. Here are the 100 pop songs that pulled us closer in 2016. Gallant produced one of the best dbeuts of 2016, and a large part of that has to do with opener "Talking to Myself. Lady Gaga’s power ballad Million Reasons speaks to a universal human ache, to make the same mistakes yet again in the fairy-tale hope that the result will finally go our way this time, since it would be so sweet if they did.
Few pop albums this year were as eagerly awaited as the third release by JoJo, some 10 years in the making. Lady Gaga promised country-pop for her fifth studio album Joanne, but actually served up an excellent slice of acoustic pop that was part Seventies FM, part Nineties alternative. From the driving "Diamond Heart" to the excellent ballad "Million Reasons," Gaga's soft-rock transformation takes the pop star into a new direction without losing her flair for the dramatic and penchant for the kitschy.
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|1||–Greg Pope||Guiding Star|
|2||–Ken Sharp||Bad News|
|3||–Automat||What There Could Have Been|
|4||–The Forresters||On My Way|
|5||–Ryan Allen & His Extra Arms||Alex Whiz|
|6||–The Simple Carnival||A Geek Like Me|
|8||–David Brookings And The Average Lookings*||Place We Can Go|
|10||–Joey Sykes||That's American Life|
|11||–The Orange Humble Band||Sowannadoit|
|12||–Michael Carpenter & The Cuban Heels||Photo|
|13||–Mark Roebuck||One More Fall|
|15||–Seth Swirsky||Trying To Keep It Simple|
|16||–Todd Wicks Dream Cruise||Silverdome|
|17||–Somerdale||The Coolest Kid In The Room|
|18||–London Egg||Not Tonight|
|19||–The Pinx||Rock All Night|