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Louise Bruton’s top tracks of 2020

Louise Bruton’s top tracks of 2020


Freelancer journalist, pop culture enthusiast and Pure Shores DJ Louise Bruton shares her very favourite tracks of the year with Nialler9.

Louise is one of the editors of the limited new publication ‘Big Art Energy’ (BAE).

See Louise’s previous choices from 2019.


Jessie Ware – What’s Your Pleasure?

This song tickles so many of my senses that I think I developed three new ones.


Romy – Lifetime

I wish this song was four minutes longer because it’s a direct shot of adrenaline to the heart.


Selena Gomez – Boyfriend



SG Lewis, Robyn, Channel Tres – Impact

I can smell the 6am sweat drippin’ off this one. Once this vaccine hits, I’ll lick that sweat right off your nose. I swear.


Charli XCX – Claws

I was afraid that I’d be left scarred after listening to this so much during Lockdown One but it still carries the right emotions for me.


Tei Shi – Die 4 Ur Love

So smooth you could put it on toast.


Lil Mariko, Ful Tac – Don’t Touch

This is a most excellent song for patriarchal rage.


RAYE – Natalie Don’t

I am ready for RAYE to be one of the biggest pop stars on earth.


Little Mix – Holiday

With their fifth album Confetti, I made the bold decision that Little Mix are the best girl band ever. Willing to fight anyone on this.


Tinashe – Rascal (Superstar)

I say this every year but JUSTICE4TINASHE

Close calls: Commes des Garcons (Like the Boys) – Rina Sawayama, Something More (Light) – Róisín Murphy, Crooked Man, Dark Hearts – Annie

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