Ed Sheeran, Dean Lewis and Daniel Caesar in Top 5 November

Every month’s different and, consequently, so is the top five of most played songs. However, this month, there aren’t that many newcomers. The top lists are being spearheaded by some all-time favorites. Ed Sheeran is still in there with his hit song “Perfect,” in no less than four continents.

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New albums by Mark knopfler, Mumford & Sons, Rosalía and Thomas Azier

A nestor with some new sounds, a group of skillful festival adepts, and two promising newcomers. This month's new releases are by Mark Knoplfer, Mumford & Sons, Rosalía and Thomas Azier.

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And the winner of the Rocktober Rock Star competition is….

Rocktober, the month in which the power chords are starting to fall from the trees, and the colors of the scales are slowly turning a cosy yellow, red, and brown. In honor of Rocktober we asked you who are the living rock legends of our time.

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New albums by Paul McCartney, Lenny Kravitz, Eminem and Iron and Wine

We’re quite sure that Sir Paul McCartney has a lot more on his mind than carpool karaoke. The former Beatle is releasing his long-awaited new album Egypt Station. Lenny Kravitz is also joining the ranks with a fresh batch of compositions, just like Eminem and Iron and Wine.

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Rosalía, Andi Mack and Mickaël Pouvin July’s Top 5

Curious about last month’s most-played summer songs? Read about it here, in July’s Top 5. The Spanish Rosalía - a.k.a Queen of the New Flamenco - appears out of nowhere at number one with her hit “Malamente.

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New albums by Rick Astley, Ariana Grande, Ty Segall and more

Two new marvels from California: all-round instrumentalist Ty Segall is only thirty-one years old, and already has countless album titles to his name. In a collaboration with White Fence he supplements this list with a new paragon in musicality.

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New albums by Lily Allen, Johnny Marr, Snail Mail and Chromeo

Calling all brit-pop lovers! Lily Allen is back and Johnny Marr (The Smiths) is releasing a new record. But maybe the biggest surprise of the moment is the debut album of the American artist Snail Mail. And there’s news from Canada, electro funk duo Chromeo is back with a vengeance.

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Thank you for the music – ABBA’s come back

Just when you think it will never happen again, and you’re at the cusp of abandoning all hope, the legendary four-letter foursome ABBA releases the joyful news, they’re going to make new music.

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New albums by Arctic Monkeys, DMA’s, Beach House and Pennywise

Many fans have been anticipating the new album of the Arctic Monkeys for months. The sixth album of the Sheffield-based rockers was not preceded by a single-release, which possibly heightened expectations even further.   While some bands (Pennywise!

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Covert covers – part one

Have you ever been in a discussion with people who claim that Joe Cocker wrote the song "With a Little Help From My Friends"? Or even better: have you ever seen the expression on the face of a Marilyn Manson fan when he finds out that "Tainted Love" is a cover?

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