Renzo Piano’s archive in Genoa houses the great architect’s projects. It brings young people closer to creative work, which he equates to “looking into darkness without fear”.
Top 50 songs of 2015
We couldn’t resist and even this year we’ve compiled the list of the top 50 songs of 2015.
As we do every year, this month we’ve gathered the songs we played, listened to, loved and sung the most in 2015. And since it’s Christmas time, we’re acting good by providing you with as much as 50 songs.
So, here are the top 50 songs of 2015, according to us, in alphabetical order – it would have been impossible for us to put them in preference order.
‘Cause I’m A Man – Tame Impala [Currents]
20/20 – Gaz Coombes [Matador]
Adriatica – Opez [Dead Dance]
All I Want is to Be Your Girl – Holly Miranda [Holly Miranda]
Another Day in the Sun – Jagwar Ma, Dreems [Another Day in the Sun Single]
Anything – TOPS [Anything]
Bliss – Gacha, Natalie Beridze [Send Two Sunsets]
Blue Marine – L.U.C.A. [Collezione]
Book of Love – Fraser A. Gorman [Slow Gum]
Breathless – Gwilym Gold [A Paradise]
Bush Society – Mark Barrott [Bush Society EP]
Cherokee – Kamasi Washington [The Epic]
Ciao per sempre – Levante [Abbi cura di te]
Come – She-Devils [Come]
Depreston – Courtney Barnett [Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit]
Exit Six – Jonny Nash [Exit Strategies]
Exploitation – Róisín Murphy [Hairless Toys]
Guess Who – Alabama Shakes [Sound & Color]
I’m an Outlaw – Kurt Vile [b’lieve i’m going down…]
In The Tall Grass – The Charlatans [Modern Nature]
Leaf Off/The Cave – José Gozález [Vestiges & Claws]
Like a River – My Morning Jacket [The Waterfall]
Lisa Sawyer – Leon Bridges [Coming Home]
Loud Places – Jamie xx, Romy [In Colour]
Multi-Love – Unknown Mortal Orchestra [Multi-Love]
My Love, My Love – Nneka [My Fairy Tales]
Nevischio – Verdena [Endkadenz Vol. 1]
No No No – Beirut [No No No]
Primrose Green – Ryley Walker [Primrose Green]
Puzzle – Lapalux, Andreya Triana [Lustmore]
Pyongyang – Blur [The Magic Whip]
Ready to Shine – Young Galaxy [Falsework]
Sagres – The Tallest Man on Earth [Dark Bird is Home]
Sea Calls Me Home – Julia Holter [Have You In My Wilderness]
Selfish Feelings – Christopher Owens [Chrissybaby Forever]
Shadow – Chromatics [Shadow]
She Don’t Know – Melody Gardot [Currency Of Man]
Slip – Elliot Moss [Highspeeds]
Snakeskin – Deerhunter [Fading Frontier]
So Long – Jono McCleery [Pagodes]
Space Song – Beach House [Depression Cherry]
Steal – Maribou State, Holly Walker [Portraits]
Strange Encounter – Father John Misty [I Love You, Honeybear]
Tell Me What You See – Matilde Davoli [I’m Calling You from My Dreams]
The High – Kelela [Hallucinogen]
Unstoppable – Lianne La Havas [Blood]
Window Shades – U.S. Girls [Half Free]
You Never Show Your Love – Jessy Lanza, DJ Spinn, Taso [You Never Show Your Love EP]
Your Fool – Natalie Prass [Natalie Prass]
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