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Support DMPulse – Fall 2020

by Jay Boeding on November 17, 2020

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Support DMPulse – Fall 2020 – Thank You Gifts

by Jay Boeding on November 16, 2020

Donate $100 and receive:
-”Own The Hour”, one hour where you introduce your favorite DMPulse songs!
-2 sponsor days
-1 year access to the DMPulse Music Meeting
-2 album downloads
-Personal thank you on-air and online

Donate $75 and receive:
-2 sponsor days
-1 year access to the DMPulse Music Meeting
-2 album downloads
-Personal thank you on-air and online

Donate $50:
-1 sponsor day
-1 year access to the DMPulse Music Meeting
-1 album download
-Personal thank you on-air and online

Donate $40:
-1 year access to the DMPulse Music Meeting
-1 album download
-Personal thank you on-air and online

Donate $25:
-1 album download
-Personal thank you on-air and online

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Fall 2020 – Donor Match Announcement

by Jay Boeding on November 16, 2020

Listeners are the reason DMPulse is commercial-free and available to all without a subscription. Today, we are pleased to announce a generous donor match during our Support DMPulse – Fall 2020 fundraising campaign.

Jouko from Finland, a generous supporter of DMPulse is matching new and increased donations up to $1,500! Any listener making their first gift to DMPulse will have their gift matched 1:1 by this special gift. In addition to first-time donations, the match also includes increased gifts amounts over donations made in 2019, thus doubling the impact of any increased gifts to the station.

“Listeners have been so generous to DMPulse. Since 2011, we have been entirely supported by donors, and this matching gift brings focus to the importance of new supporters by increasing the impact of new donations to DMPulse. I challenge current supporters to make a special gift in support of the great new music we share every day on DMPulse,” said Jay Boeding, Executive Director of D.M. Pulse Media.

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Album List – Support DMPulse – Fall 2020

by Jay Boeding on November 16, 2020

Bahamas – Sad Hunk
beabadoobee – Fake It Flowers
The Beths – Jump Rope Gazers
Boy Pablo – Wachito Rico
Bully – Sugaregg
Dream Wife – So When You Gonna
The Flaming Lips – American Head
Future Islands – As Long As You Are
Sufjan Stevens – The Ascension
Sylvan Esso – Free Love

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Music Report – November 11, 2020

by Jay Boeding on November 10, 2020

Beabadoobee dethrones Sylvan Esso and captures the #1 Album of the Week spot on the chart. Bahamas Sad Hunk is up two to #2, with the biggest mover of the week, Future Island following, up six to #3. Sylvan Esso slides down to #4 and Dawes stays parked at #5.

Yukon Blonde tops the list of New Albums Added this week. Eels returns to the playlist along with station debuts from Peel and Sinai Vessel. The Strum & Thrum: The American Jangle Underground 1983-1987 compilation has been enjoyable to go through, as it features mid-1980′s artists in the vein of early R.E.M.

Everything Everything climbs into #1 on the Songs Chart, with Fleet Foxes moving up three spots to #2 with Can I Believe You. Cults leaps seven into #3, and Beabadoobe debuts on the chart at #4 with “Sorry”. Michigander cracks the Top 5.

Top 10 Albums of the Week

1. Beabadoobee – Fake It Flowers
2. Bahamas – Sad Hunk
3. Future Islands – As Long As You Are
4. Sylvan Esso – Free Love
5. Dawes – Good Luck With Whatever
6. Fleet Foxes – Shore
7. Cayucas – Blue SummerThe Flaming Lips – American Head
8. Jeff Tweedy – Love Is The King
9. Slow Pulp – Moveys
10. Boy Pablo – Wachito Rico

New Albums Added to the Playlist

1. Yukon Blonde – Vindicator (Dine Alone)
2. Eels – Earth to Dora (E-works/PIAS)
3. Peel – Peel (Innovative Leisure)
4. Sinai Vessel – Ground Aswim (Single Occupancy)
5. Various Artists – Strum & Thrum: The American Jangle Underground 1983-1987 (Captured Tracks)
6. Love Tractor – Love Tractor (HHBTM)
Top 10 Songs of the Week

1. Everything Everything – Violent Sun
2. Fleet Foxes – Can I Believe You
3. Cults – No Risk
4. Beabadoobe – Sorry
5. Michigander – Let Down
6. The Flaming Lips – Dinosaurs on the Mountain
7. Jeff Tweedy – Love Is The King
8. Sylvan Esso – Rooftop Dancing
9. adrianne lenker – anything
10. Cults – Spit You Out

 

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Music Report – November 4, 2020

November 3, 2020

Sylvan Esso jumps up three to capture the #1 Album of the Week spot on the chart. Beabadoobee’s Fake It Flowers climbs four to #2, with Cayucas up one to #3. Bahamas and Dawes both crack the Top 5. Slow Pulp debuts in the Top 10. Jeff Tweedy returns to the playlist with a new [...]

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Music Report – October 28, 2020

October 28, 2020

Cults leapfrogs up two to capture the top spot on this week’s Album Chart. Fleet Foxes stays at #2 for the third week in a row with Sylvan Esso inching up one to third place. Cayucas and The Flaming Lips round out the Top 5. Bahamas and Beabadoobee have big debuts in the Top 10. [...]

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Music Report – October 21, 2020

October 21, 2020

Flaming Lips maintains the top album on this week’s Album Chart. Holding steady at number two and three are Fleet Foxes and Cults. Sylvan Esso Free Love climbs four to #4 and Cayucas is up two spots to #5. Bahamas leads this week’s new albums added to the playlist. Beabadoobee is getting lots of buzz, [...]

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Music Report – October 14, 2020

October 13, 2020

The Flaming Lips bumps Cults from the top spot on this week’s album chart! Fleet Foxes looks to be a force as it powers up six to second place, as Cults lands at #3 and Bob Mould debuts in the Top 10 at #4. Future Islands leads another group of familiar and new artists to [...]

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Music Report – October 7, 2020

October 6, 2020

Cults holds at #1 on the Album Chart. Flaming Lips moves up three to the runner up spot. Doves climbs one, San Cisco goes from seven to #4 and Bright Eyes remains in the Top 5. Album chart debuts from Sylvan Esso and Cayucas this week. Dawes headlines a big week of new albums added! [...]

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