Glass Duffle’s Top Tracks of 2015

Last year, also known as 2014, was special as it marked a new era in the blog as Wes and I teamed up with Eric to add different perspectives to an already slick-ass site. Although we weren’t nearly as active on here in 2015  , it was another year filled with a range of new sounds, dancefloors, and great humans. From the beginning of the season at Desert Hearts Spring 2015, to Nelsonville Music Festival, then Bunbury Festival, to my inaugural Bonnaroo experience, Chicago’s Mamby on the Beach, and winding down with Ohio’s own Fashion Meets Music Festival and Midpoint Music Festivals, respectively, I can’t help but look back with nostalgic bliss. Thanks to all of you who were by my side for the season, love you guys.

Our top tracks of last year only consisted of a playlist of 20; this year, I’ve been considerably less negligent, putting together 101 of the best of ’em released in 2015. As the admitted status quo is here on GD, the tracks tend to err on the electronic side, so apologies to the likes of Fetty Wap, Carly Rae Jespen, and all the other guilty pleasures I can’t think of. Oh and I’m still not acknowledging your successful forray into electronic just yet, Biebs, despite unanimously positive reviews from pals…

Healthy variances of electronic, house, disco, pop, instrumental/beats, hip hop and more are all represented. Spotify has once again offered users a chance to review their year through the Spotify Year In Music algorithm too! I definitely recommend any user of the platform to check it out– only takes a quick login to work its magic. You’ll be able to look back on obscure insights (i.e. the first track you played, your outlier track); top artists, albums, tracks, and genres; total minutes, artists, and tracks; and it even offers a seasonal breakdown of your habits, too.

Please note that this my subjective list and I don’t give a hell if you disagree with it LOL of course I do I’m merely an insecure contributor of the World Wide Web. So here it is, the top tracks of 2015, according to one man’s opinion on the internet.. Is 2016 finna be just as lit, fam?

Author: Nick Battaglia

Nick is a human being who spends an inordinate amount of time trying to figure out what he should be doing, instead of just doing; he hopes to change that in his new venture with Glass Duffle. Proud alumnus of Ohio University in 2011, Nick is currently situated in Columbus, 77.5 miles northwest of his beloved alma mater, according to Google Maps.

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