The Bias List is a K-pop blog that also covers a fair amount of J-pop. But just like most music fans, I enjoy tracks from all around the world. So, I thought I’d start a monthly round-up of some of the non-K-pop songs that have caught my ear. No ratings — just highlights!

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Bebe Rexha – Visions (Don’t Go)

Bebe Rexha’s new album is an excellent collection of pop songs and I couldn’t let a Global Pop Round-up go by without featuring this glistening gem.

Becky Hill & Lewis Thompson – Side Effects

That garage sound is so addicting.

Bright Light Bright Light – Boys Etc.

Retro, Pet Shop Boys-esque synthpop with a great chorus.

Conan Gray – Never Ending Song

This is quite a transformation for him and I’m digging the more upbeat, 80’s sound. The video is tons of fun, too.

Dotter – No Room For Love

It’s all about that pummeling, synth-drenched chorus. Absolutely massive.

Honey. – In The End

Blend ABBA-esque, melancholic melody with anthemic power chords and you’d got this timeless standout.

Icona Pop & Yaeger – Shit We Do For Love

It’s nice to hear this brash, bold duo back making dance music! I love the trance influences.


New music from KEiiNO is always worth celebrating!

Kylie Minogue – Padam Padam

I like the catchy electro throb of Padam Padam, but more importantly the previews for Kylie’s upcoming album sound absolutely flawless.

PNAU – Stars (ft. Bebe Rexha & Ozuna)

This is an interesting team of collaborators and another surefire hit for the ever-reliable PNAU.

Rita Ora – Praising You (ft. Fatboy Slim)

As expected, Praising You relies heavily on its sample. But, it’s a welcome dose of upbeat nostalgia.

Switch Disco – React (ft. Robert Miles & Ella Henderson)

A straightforward dance hit that’s deservedly conquering Europe.

Zara Larsson – End Of Time

I don’t like this nearly as much as Can’t Tame Her, but the new album’s shaping up quite nicely.


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