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Best Tracks of 2012

For many, 2012 marked a year of political turbulence, societal upheavals, change of consciousness, and maybe the coming of Quetzalcoatl. We also experienced three Friday the 13ths, a leap year, and a dude skydiving off the planet Earth. Many others still await the apocalypse (we might all be gone in three days, y’all). Point is, even if we had different experiences, we all had to grapple with what was in front of us, what our values are, and what media outlets we chose to engage in. At the end of the day, I can say with confidence that what we all have in common – no matter what language we speak – is the love of music. Over the course of 2012, we’ve engaged with and fallen in love with newly found genres, the works of up-and-coming artists, songs that spoke to our heart, and/or those that made us forget. The Remezcla Música team has come together to put together our 30 Best Songs of 2012. We hope you enjoy this as much as we did creating it and experiencing the music. Happy listening!

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by Elmayonesa
[Argentina / Estonia]

Hands down, this was the song I enjoyed playing the most on my DJ sets during 2012. The lyrics are hilarious, the beat is irresistible, the break-down is explosive… What the hell! There’s nothing I don’t like about this track. Okay, except for the fact that it wasn’t pressed on vinyl. I understand to some of you it must be a little too cryptic, but if it was just up to me, this was the biggest dance-floor hit of 2012. –Juan Data

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by Los Macuanos
[Mexico]

It’s basically now winter and we’re getting über-shivery and turned on listening to this psycho sexual occult track. It seemed like some time since Tijuana’s wunderkind trio put together a tune that penetrated our minds with a political-esque theme, this one being about Mexico’s ex-president, Felipe Calderón. Los Macuanos are known to make music sound spooky yet meaningful, dissonant yet contagious. “Sangre, Bandera, Cruz” or if you prefer “☠ / ⚑ / ✞,” comes loaded with hauntingly dry vocals that sprout here and there making the track almost sound like gregorian chanting over the mostly instrumental tune. On a lighter note, it’s kind of reminiscent of the Mario Bros. classic videogame song  – you know, the level where Mario’s fighting those cute, squishy, marshmallowy-looking ghosts. Bottom line: Los Macuanos nailed it once again. –Isabela Raygoza

by Los Master Plus
[Mexico]

I played this song a lot on my DJ sets in 2012 and I love the reactions I get from the crowd. Specially those non-Latinos who aren’t expecting it. I love seeing the faces of surprise on the gringos who instantly turn around and look at the DJ booth when Los Master Plus start dropping their hilarious verses in Spanish. It works every time. Besides, it doesn’t only work on the kitsch level, it actually makes the crowd dance. When I saw them doing it live it was explosive. If I had any doubts about this duo being absolute genius, this track dissipated it and I became their loyal fan. –Juan Data

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by The Wookies
[Mexico]

The Wookies! Allow me to readjust my glasses, which are now askew thanks to my loud cheering for a Star Wars reference (a cheer made less triumphant by my knowledge that “Wookie” has an extra “e” at the end but that Señor Lucas would probably sue the pants [which Wookiees tend not to wear] off them.). “Disco Beach” is a relentless club track that you cannot not move to. It’s distinguished from an overcrowded field by its sheer singularity of purpose – there is no waiting for the beat to drop, no major bridges, and no matter what layers get placed on top of the rhythm, that rhythm never once speeds up or slows down. Put it on, turn your brain off, and bounce. –Matt Barbot


by Banda UÓ
[Brazil]

From their notorious techno brega bootlegs and covers, to their free spirits and open minds, Davi Sabbag, Mateus Carriho and CandyMell have established themselves as one of the coolest party bands of this day and age. Besides being a sexy queer collective of two handsome guys and a dazzling trans-lady, the trio has a boisterous spirit that is not afraid to have lots of fun – no exceptions. Why else live life? To borrow from the most ubiquitous 2012 catchphrase: YOLO. I think of these guys Á la Cyndi Lauper without excluding genders and sexes. We expect to hear more of Banda UÓ on this side of the continent, but for now, “Faz UÓ” definitely made this year a lot more pleasant. –Isabela Raygoza

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The Top 40 biggest singles of 2012 on the Official Chart

In 2012 the Official Singles Chart commemorated its 60th anniversary, and sales of singles in the UK reached an all-time high.

The year also saw nine singles break the million sales barrier, with two doing so the same year they debuted. Those two tracks – Gotye and Kimbra’s Somebody That I Used To Know and Carly Rae Jepsen's Call Me Maybe – are at Number 1 and Number 2 on 2012's Official Top 40 biggest songs.

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US rockers Fun.’s We Are Young featuring Janelle Monae finished in third place with sales of 986,000 copies, and David Guetta and Sia’s Titanium  was Number 4, with sales of over 922,000 – Sia also found herself at Number 10 on the year-end countdown, with her feature on Flo Rida's Wild Ones shifting 695,000. 2012 X Factor winner James Arthur’s Impossible, at 5, was a speedy seller – 897,000 copies sold in just three weeks.

UK artists made up 45% of the biggest selling singles of 2012, appearing as lead artist(s) on a total of 18 tracks in the Top 40. James Arthur is the highest charting British male artist , Jessie J the highest charting British female artist (Domino, 8) and Rudimental the highest charting British group (Feel The Love, 16).

Meanwhile the US accounts for 32.5% of lead artists in the Top 40 with 13 tracks, and Barbados and France account take 5% each, thanks to Rihanna and David Guetta.

Rihanna and Flo Rida appear on the most tracks in the Top 40 with three each, while David Guetta, Sia, Nicki Minaj, Will.I.Am and 2012 break out stars Emeli Sande and Rita Ora each appear on two tracks.

Total singles sales increased by 6% from 177.9 million in 2011 to 188.6 million in 2012, with the Top 20 biggest selling tracks of the year each shifting over 500,000 copies each.

The final sales week of 2012 – Sunday, December 22, to Saturday, December 28 – was the year’s record week for digital sales, with more than 5.6 million downloads sold.

The full Official Top 40 biggest selling singles of 2012 below. See the full Top 100 here.

1SOMEBODY THAT I USED TO KNOWGOTYE FT KIMBRA
2CALL ME MAYBECARLY RAE JEPSEN
3WE ARE YOUNGFUN. FT JANELLE MONAE
4TITANIUMDAVID GUETTA FT SIA
5IMPOSSIBLEJAMES ARTHUR
6GANGNAM STYLEPSY
7STARSHIPSNICKI MINAJ
8DOMINOJESSIE J
9PAYPHONEMAROON 5 FT WIZ KHALIFA
10WILD ONESFLO RIDA FT SIA
11DIAMONDSRIHANNA
12BENEATH YOUR BEAUTIFULLABRINTH FT EMELI SANDE
13DON'T YOU WORRY CHILDSWEDISH HOUSE MAFIA/MARTIN
14NEXT TO MEEMELI SANDE
15WHISTLEFLO RIDA
16FEEL THE LOVERUDIMENTAL FT JOHN NEWMAN
17MAMA DO THE HUMPRIZZLE KICKS
18TOO CLOSEALEX CLARE
19SPECTRUMFLORENCE & THE MACHINE
20SKYFALLADELE
21HALL OF FAMETHE SCRIPT FT WILL.I.AM
22CANDYROBBIE WILLIAMS
23DRIVE BYTRAIN
24HOT RIGHT NOWDJ FRESH FT RITA ORA
25PRINCESS OF CHINACOLDPLAY & RIHANNA
26WE ARE NEVER EVER GETTING BACK TOGETHERTAYLOR SWIFT
27BLACK HEARTSTOOSHE
28R.I.P.RITA ORA FT TINIE TEMPAH
29TROUBLEMAKEROLLY MURS FT FLO RIDA
30SEXY AND I KNOW ITLMFAO
31N****S IN PARISJAY-Z & KANYE WEST
32WHERE HAVE YOU BEENRIHANNA
33LOCKED OUT OF HEAVENBRUNO MARS
34CALL MY NAMECHERYL
35TURN ME ONDAVID GUETTA FT NICKI MINAJ
36STRONGER (WHAT DOESN'T KILL YOU)KELLY CLARKSON
37DON'T WAKE ME UPCHRIS BROWN
38HEATWAVEWILEY FT MS D
39THIS IS LOVEWILL.I.AM FT EVA SIMONS
40WINGSLITTLE MIX

© 2013 The Official Charts Company. All rights reserved.

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Algo Nuevo: 8 Releases Alt.Latino Is Looking Forward To In 2012

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There's so much amazing new music to look forward to this year, and this week we're giving you a sneak peek at what we're most looking forward to — from artists you might already know and love, such as Mexican crooner Carla Morrison and Chilean rapper Ana Tijoux, to artists you might not have heard of yet, but should definitely check out, like Argentina's Mati Zundel and Mexican-American DJ Ernest Gonzales.

I also have some predictions to make. There's a lot of political movement taking place in Latin America and among Latinos in the United States. Judging by artists like Tijoux, whose highly politicized new album La Bala comes out in the U.S. this month, we'll be seeing socially conscious music surge this year.

Tijoux is also an example of great Spanish-language rap, a genre experiencing a refreshing surge of creativity with artists like Panama's Los Rakas (and both Raka Rich and Raka Dun are releasing solo debuts this year). We're told Puerto Rican rap duo Calle 13 is working on new material, including songs in English.

We are also thrilled about some of our favorite songstresses coming out with new music in 2012. Last year, Gaby Moreno won our hearts with her soulful, versatile voice and storytelling abilities. And Carla Morrison made us swoon with her doo-wop-meets-Mexican-folk stylings. These Latina crooners are rapidly becoming underground princesses, but they're both due for their fair share of mainstream success this year.

As always, this is not a definitive list. We look forward to your suggestions. What new music are you looking forward to this year?

I also have some predictions to make about this year in music. There's a lot of political movement taking place in Latin America and among Latinos in the United States, and judging by artists like Ana Tijoux, whose new album La Bala comes out in the US this month and is highly politicized, we'll be seeing socially conscious music surge this year.

Ana Tijoux is also an example of great Spanish language rap, a genre that is experiencing a refreshing surge of creativity with artists like Panama's Los Rakas (both Raka Rich and Raka Dun are releasing solo debuts this year). Also from what we're told, Puerto Rican rap duo Calle 13 is working on brand new material, including songs in English.

We also are thrilled about some of our favorite songstresses coming out with new music in 2012. Last year, Gaby Moreno won our hearts with her soulful, versatile style, and story telling abilities. And Carla Morrison made us swoon with her doo-wop-meets-Mexican-folk stylings. These latina crooners are rapidly becoming underground princesses, but they're both due to get their fair share of mainstream success this year.

As always, this is not a definitive list. We look forward to your suggestions. What new music are you looking forward to this year?

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Algo Nuevo: 8 Estrenos Musicales Para Escuchar En El 2012

Este año estamos aguardando con ansias varios estrenos musicales, y esta semana te estamos dando algunos adelantos-- artistas que ya conoces como la cantante romántica mexicana Carla Morrison y la rapera chilena Ana Tijoux, y también artistas que tal vez aun no conoces, pero que en definitiva deberías oír, como el músico argentino Mati Zundel y el DJ mexicano-americano Ernest Gonzales.

También en el show de hoy comparto algunas de mis predicciones musicales para el 2012. En este momento estamos presenciando fascinantes movimientos políticos en America Latina y Estados Unidos. Creo que este será un año de música de protesta, llena de mensajes sociales, así como el nuevo álbum de Ana Tijoux: La Bala sale en los Estados Unidos este mes, y mientras que el previo álbum de Tijoux (1977) fue sumamente introspectivo, este trabajo es un comentario acerca de la sociedad y la política que se vive hoy en día en Chile.

Tijoux también es un ejemplo de la gran calidad que es posible en el rap latino, un genero que ha sufrido bastante mediocridad pero que en estos últimos tiempos también ha tenido una ola de creatividad, con artistas como Los Rakas de Panama (ambos Raka Rich y Raka Dun están a punto de lanzar discos solistas esta año). Y también se comenta que Calle 13 esta creando nuevo material, incluyendo alguna que otra canción en inglés.


Por otro lado estamos contentos de ver que algunas de nuestras cantantes favoritas estrenarán nuevos trabajos en el 2012. El año pasado, Gaby Moreno nos conquisto con su voz versátil y llena de emoción, ademas de su talento para narrar historias en forma de canción. Y Carla Morrison nos sedujó con su único estilo doo-wop mezclado con folclore mexicano. Ambas cantautoras se han convertido en figuras respetadas en el mundo de la música indie latina, pero creo que este también sera el año en que conocen el éxito a nivel comercial.
Claro que como siempre, esta no es una lista definitiva. Aguardamos tus sugerencias.

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  • from La Bala
  • by Ana Tijoux

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Dejenme Llorar

  • from Dejenme Llorar
  • by Carla Morrison

YouTube

Ave Que Emigra

  • from Illustrated Songs
  • by Gaby Moreno

YouTube

Minha Loucura

  • from Putumayo Presents: Brazilian Beat
  • by Bungalove

YouTube

Angola (Carl Craig Remix)

  • from Angola
  • by Cesaria Evora

YouTube

El Socio

  • from Amazonico Gravitante
  • by Matias Zundel

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When Synchronicity Prevails

When Synchronicity Prevails

  • from Natural Traits
  • by Ernest Gonzales
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