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Music Report – July 10, 2019

by Jay Boeding on July 9, 2019

Calexico and Iron and Wine tops the Album chart with Years To Burn. The National and Vampire Weekend stand strong in the top 5, going #2 and #3. The Raconteurs crack the top 5 along with Hot Chip.

Thom Yorke drops a surprise new record, which tops the list of new albums added to DMPulse’s playlist this week. The Black Keys return with Let’s Rock.

The National tops the song charts with “Rylan” while Vampire Weekend adds another top 10 song to their impressive collection off Father Of The Bride. The Harmleighs, Black Keys and Flaming Lips go 3-5 in this week’s chart.

Top Ten Albums of the Week
1. Calexico and Iron And Wine – Years To Burn
2. The National – I Am Easy To Find
3. Vampire Weekend – Father Of The Bride
4. The Raconteurs – Help Us Stranger
5. Hot Chip – A Bath Full Of Ecstasy
6. Yeasayer – Erotic Reruns
7. Bear Hands – Fake Tunes
8. Cate Le Bon – Reward
9. Fruit Bats – Gold Past Life
10. Hatchie – Keepsake

New Albums Added to the Playlist

1. Thom Yorke – Anima (XL/Beggars Group)
2. The Black Keys – Let’s Rock (Easy Eye Sound/Nonesuch)
3. Night Moves – Can You Really Find Me (Domino)
4. Jesca Hoop – Stonechild (Memphis Industries)
5. Metz – Automat (Sub Pop)

Top 10 Songs of the Week

1. The National – Rylan
2. Vampire Weekend – Big Blue
3. The Harmaleighs – Sorry, I’m Busy
4. The Black Keys – Go
5. The Flaming Lips – Giant Baby
6. The Raconteurs – Help Me Stranger
7. Cate Le Bon – Daylight Matters
8. Palehound – Worthy
9. Alex Lahey – I Don’t Get Invited To Parties Anymore
10. Middle Kids – Salt Eyes

 

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