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Music Report – Sept. 18, 2018

by Jay Boeding on September 20, 2018

Death Cab for Cutie continues its run at the top this week. Free Cake For Every Creature and Interpol’s Marauder round out the top three.

New records from Slothrust, Low, and My Morning Jacket’s Carl Broemel highlight a list of 10 new records added to our playlist this week. DMPulse debuts this week from DREAMS, The Goon Sax, Shortly and Black Belt Eagle Scout. We also welcome new albums from We Were Promised Jetpacks, Ron Gallo and Future Generations this week. Tons of new music coming to the playlist!

Father John Misty tops the singles chart with “Please Don’t Die” off his God’s Favorite Customer record. Moving up two spots to #2 is Santigold, and The Record Company round out the top three most-played songs of the week. Goon, Yuno, Tunng debut on the top 10, going 6-9, with another tune from Rolling Blackouts CF making our chart with “The Hammer”.

Top Ten Albums of the Week

1. Death Cab For Cutie – Thank You For Today
2. Free Cake For Every Creature – The Bluest Star
3. Interpol – Marauder – Matador
4. The Beths – Future Me Hates Me – Carpark
5. Thin Lips – Chosen Family
6. Dizzy – Baby Teeth
7. White Denim – Performance
8. Hotel Mira – Hotel Mira (EP)
9. Rubblebucket – Sun Machine – Grand Jury
10. Jim James – Uniform Distortion

New Albums Added to the Playlist

1.  SLOTHRUST – The Pact
2.  LOW – Double Negative
3.  CARL BROEMEL – Wished Out
4.  DREAMS – No One Defeats Us
5.  WE WERE PROMISED JETPACKS – The More I Sleep The Less I Dream
6.  GOON SAX, THE – We’re Not Talking
7.  RON GALLO – Stardust Birthday Party
8.  BLACK BELT EAGLE SCOUT – Mother Of My Children
9.  FUTURE GENERATIONS – Landscape
10.  SHORTLY – Richmond

Top Ten Songs of the Week

1. Father John Misty – Please Don’t Die
2. Santigold – Run The Road
3. The Record Company – Life to Fix
4. Snail Mail – Pristine
5. White Denim – It Might Get Dark
6. Courtney Barnett – Charity
7. Goon – Dizzy
8. Yuno – Why For
9. Tunng – Dark Heart
10. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – The Hammer

 

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