LA composer/producer/songwriter Lauren Hillman aka Kotomi drops a late summer jam of 2017 contender with this balmy electronic pop banger, which elicits all the magical nervous energy and anticipation of a steamy late night dancefloor encounter in some exotic tropical locale, as it smolders and pulses with shades of the best of Chairlift, Major Lazer, and early Madonna...
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Here's a balmy summer night jam from LA electronic pop composer Lauren Hillman, aka Kotomi. "Swimming" has a warm, intoxicating vibe, thanks in part to Hillman's soothing vocals and the welcome appearance of some gloriously woozy lap steel, and is the latest in a series of singles that Kotomi is releasing for free download on the first Tuesday of each month...
Two amazing women passed away last year that were a big part of my childhood, and this song was inspired by them. It's about love, loss, and the fragility of life. -- Kotomi
Before we even have time to second guess our albums of the year list, here are our favorite songs of 2017. While plenty of our old favorites are well repped -- including TOPS, Burial, Shabazz Palaces, SZA, Sufjan, Laurel Halo, et al. -- it was an exceptionally great year for exciting new artists, with Men I Trust, Yaeji, Playboi Carti, Kelly Lee Owens, Aldous Harding, Bernache, and so many more dropping some of the most essential songs of the year. Hit play on that 5+ hour Spotify playlist, and follow along with the list below:
Listen to our August 2017 monthly mix, featuring some of the best new tracks from the past month by Anna of the North, SLEEP ∞ OVER, Harlem, Yaeji, DJDS, John Maus, Kotomi + more:
Following last week's definitive albums of the year list, we present our favorite songs of 2014. We went deep this year on this one. Disclaimer: some of these aren't technically 2014 releases (notably, a few of the PC Music-affiliated jams) so I guess we're going with the nebulous "year of impact" concept here. Check the list + follow along with a nearly comprehensive 5-hour spotify playlist after the jump, and as always, we'd love to hear your favorites too.