Words by

Giulia Brugliera

You know that feeling when you hear a song on the supermarket speakers that you had completely forgotten about?

And you didn't know how much you missed hearing that sweet, sweet song and now you want it on repeat for the rest of your life?

Yeahhhh, it's a pretty good feeling.

So we did a little digging to re-discover the very best songs that you didn't even know were missing from your life... until now. 

1. B.Z. featuring Joanne - Jackie 
a.k.a Jack Jack Jackie

2. Mya - Case of the ex
Not sure if you remember, but that chorus is just THE FUNNEST to sing along to.

3. Ace of Base - All that she wants
Did you ever actually listen to the lyrics of this one? Amazing. 

4. Mr President - Coco Jumbo
Kinda like a reggae version of the hokey pokey, amirite?

5. Des'ree - You Gotta Be
Soulful, inspirational and uplifting. Yeah gurl.

6. B*Witched - C'est la Vie
Throwback to all those slumber parties featuring a jukebox.

7. Mousse T. featuring Hot 'n' Juicy - Horny '98
Perhaps a little inappropriate on reflection...

8. OMC - How Bizarre
One word: Yaasssss.

9. Culture Beat - Mr Vain
Night at the Roxbury meets amazing.

10. Bardot - Poison
Not sure if this one was ever any good. But hey, Popstars was alright.

11. Baby Bash featuring Frankie J - Suga Suga
Ohhh that smoooooth beat.

And finally...

12. T-Pain featuring Yung Joc - Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin')
You loved this, then hated it, and now you don't want to admit it to yourself but you're now going to play it right through. And then again.

Leave a comment


On how she hopes to change the world.
Feat. all the worst Californian rock clichés.
Even if you don't have a portfolio.
And why it's harder (and less glam) than you think.
Anyone who says moving out is the best is, really, a big fat liar.
It’s the fun, jaunty-pop we’ve come to know Arcade Fire for.
Looks like this New Orleans band has finally hit its stride.
How to turn a stranger into someone worthy of #bae
On NYC, Panorama Music Festival and Brazillian poetry.
On music, long-distance relationships and supporting local talent.
A fat bunch of hits does not an album make.
An all-out glam rock album.
There's a certain charm about this album.
Musicians are advised to back up their music.
On band mates, women in music and overcoming stage fright.
Talking touring, Netflix and time spent at home.
Easygoing and atmospheric.
Is it wrong to want more?
A debut album four years in the making.
Frankly, not their best work.
A voice for the angry.
The little electro band that could.
The first single off her forthcoming album.
It seriously makes me question the term ‘influencer’.
In an unannounced Australian capital city.
Is it still relevant to rap about gangsta shit?
*By a person who didn't really know her music until now
Migraines and head colds just don't cut it anymore.
Think of it like making better friends with the labels you already love.
Talkin nail polish, EPs and the possibility of a Killing Heidi Reunion.
A little West Coast act doing big things.
The self-awareness sets her apart.
Strangely underwhelming.
If you’re grappling with self-hate, this is my message to you.
"At least I can take really awesome pics of my shoes..."
Clearly a very personal album for frontman, Kele.
I didn't want this to be a hate letter....
That Rihanna reign just don't let up.
There's still nobody out there with a voice like this.
Help because we are freaking out right now.
To those doing Christmas from the other side of the register.
A lush and detailed listen.
Confident and charismatic.
An in-depth look at the woman behind the label.
Does anyone even really like the Yeezy Boost?
That time I tried Tinder for 24 minutes.
The best week of Melbourne's music year is on the horizon.
We heard everything...
Because it’s harder than it looks.
We get to know one of Melbourne's busiest musicians.
A list of the stranger fash collabs out there.
"Luxury activewear gives those who can afford to wear it a sense of moral superiority."
Talking The First Wives Club and GarageBand.
Because you just don't get the credit you deserve.
Madonna will bring her Rebel Heart tour to Australia next year.
Sweden, you’ve done it again.
Australian musicians are taking centre stage.
An album that is somehow both loud and indescribably quiet at the same time.
Who said you have to be good at art to be an artist?
Cronut : [kroh-nuh t, -nuht] def : a brand name for a pastry made from croissant dough that has been deep-fried and shaped into...
With all in- app purchases going to charity.
"The mid-song break down on the title track is still one of my favourite musical moments from recent memory."
Some little known but big shot jobs in the industry.
"Oh, this is what feel good music is."
Dreamy pop tunes coming to you live.
Hoooooooooboy. Get ready to start planning your trip to Byron, the lineup for Splendour In The Grass 2015 is finally here.
One of the smoothest voices in Melbourne.
Returns to Australia for Vivid Live.
The hauntingly beautiful sounds of London Grammar hit Festival Hall.
It may not be groundbreaking, but this is definitely emotional enough.
It's like it's 2012 all over again and in a very good way.
Comfortingly few muscle tees.
See Flanders repping Yeezy and Bart looking steez.
Get ready for your next fave artist Australia.
Because you shouldn't feel out of place, even when you can't afford it.
Take those early high school years and turn them into a bratty pop record.
The Backstreet Boys are coming back, awright.
The singer/songwriter gears up to grace our shores.
Client Liaison are hitting the ground running in 2015.
"Kim, all these furs have to be long enough to be draggin' on the floor."
2014 has been a pretty ripper year for music, seeing the emergence of new (and incredible) artists, the continuing domination of...
Like we needed another reason to <3 her.
Because hanging decorations on Christmas trees is so 2013...
Taylor Swift tells ASOS Magazine the life lessons she’s learnt.
Is there anything more 'Melbourne' than a laneway party?
Absence must make the heart grow fonder, as Chet Faker announces an Australian Tour after a year of worldly adventure
Zoe Kravitz to hit Topshop Sydney this Friday
Nostalgia for the ‘80s and an appreciation of Aussie culture— Client Liaison evoke a corporate narrative, to the point where I...
Gorman is in a constant state of flux - but in a good way.
Actual great vintage tees without the hassle.
We hit up Joey and Rob from ELEVEN Australia for some insider tips, nifty tricks and picked their brains on how they made it in...
We chatted to Kelis about her line of sauces, the Kelis food truck at SXSW, what she loves most about fashion and of course her...
Everyone the world over just amped up their squat regime.
We love the internet, especially the endless hours of shopping fun it provides us.
How can one person have so many talents? I mean, really.
LA born BANKS has been capturing global attention. We caught up with her to chat songwriting, messages from the universe, and why...
We chat to Lily Allen ahead of her Australia tour Splendour in the Grass headline appearance