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Music Report – January 14, 2020

by Jay Boeding on January 14, 2020

Beck tops the first Album Chart of 2020. His Hyperspace holds off Big Thief and Wilco to lead the most played albums this week.

New albums start trickling in to DMPulse this time of year. With a smaller group than usual this week, Of Montreal returns with UR Fun. You are already hearing several cuts off that album on the station. Other new albums this week from Field Music and Caveboy.

Topping the song chart this week is “Everlasting Nothing” from Beck. Caroline Polachek is in at #2 with Destroyer, Prism Tats and Japanese Wallpaper rounding out the Top 5 Songs of the week.

Top Ten Albums of the Week
1. Beck – Hyperspace
2. Big Thief – Two Hands
3. Wilco – Ode To Joy
4. Angel Olsen – All Mirrors
5. New Pornographers – In the Morse Code Of Brake Lights
6. Cigarettes After Sex – Cry
7. Omni – Networker
8. Cold War Kids – New Age Norms – Pt. 1
9. Vetiver – Up On High
10. Dayglow – Fuzzybrain

New Albums Added to the Playlist

1. Of Montreal – UR Fun (Polyvinyl)
2. Field Music – Making A New World (Memphis Industries)
3. Caveboy – Night In The Park, Kiss In The Dark (Self-Released)

Top 10 Songs of the Week

1. Beck – Everlasting Nothing
2. Caroline Polachek – So Hot You’re Hurting My Feelings
3. Destroyer – Crimson Tide
4. Prism Tats – Tenderness
5. Japanese Wallpaper – Imaginary Friends
6. Dead Soft – Trimmer
7. Corridor – Topographe
8. Omni – Sincerely Yours
9. Wye Oak – Fortune
10. Temples – Context

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