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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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