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Music Report – July 31, 2019

by Jay Boeding on July 30, 2019

Calexico and Iron & Wine continue to maintain the top spot on our album chart. JR JR moves up two places to #2 and Thom Yorke, Hatchie and The Black Keys go #3-#5.

Dude York returns to DMPulse with a new record Falling, which debuts on the Added Albums chart this week. Hibou, The Rocket Summer and Violent Femmes round out our adds.

Bon Iver jumps from #4 to take over the top spot on our Top 10 songs chart. Palehound is up five spots to #2, with Tacocat moving from #10 to #3. Generationals debuts in the fourth place with The National at #5.

Top Ten Albums of the Week

1. Calexico and Iron And Wine – Years To Burn
2. JR JR – Invocations/Conversations
3. Thom Yorke – Anima
4. Hatchie – Keepsake
5. The Black Keys – Let’s Rock
6. Mannequin Pussy – Patience
7. Palehound – Black Friday
8. Crumb – Jinx
9. Bleached – Don’t You Think You’ve Had Enough?
10. Generationals – Reader As Detective

New Albums Added to the Playlist

1. Dude York – Falling (Hardly Art)
2. Hibou – Halve (Barsuk)
3. The Rocket Summer – Sweet Shivers (Aviate)
4. Violent Femmes – Hotel Last Resort (PIAS)

Top 10 Songs of the Week

1. Bon Iver – Hey, Ma
2. Palehound – Aaron
3. Tacocat – New World
4. Generationals – I Turned My Back on the Written Word
5. The National – I Am Easy To Find
6. Crystal Cities – Under The Cold Light Of The Moon
7. The Beaches – Want What You Got
8. Albert Hammond Jr – More to Life
9. Phantogram – Into Happiness
10. The National – Rylan

 

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