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Music Report – March 31, 2021

by Jay Boeding on March 30, 2021

Julien Baker holds at #1 on the Album Chart with Little Oblivions. Cloud Nothings makes a nice move, up three to #2. Katy Kirby peaked at #2 last week and moves down one. Grouplove moves up three and Ian Sweet cracks the Top 5.

The Antlers and Alice Phoebe Lou lead a group of new albums added to DMPulse’s playlist this week. Real Estate and Citizen also return to our airwaves with new releases.

Julien Baker “Hardline” tops the Songs Chart with Alice Phoebe Lou at runner-up. Katy Kirby, Valley Maker and Kiwi Jr. round out the Top 5 songs on the Songs Chart for the week.

Top 10 Albums of the Week

1. Julien Baker – Little Oblivions
2. Cloud Nothings – The Shadow I Remember
3. Katy Kirby – Cool Dry Place
4. Grouplove – This Is This
5. Ian Sweet – Show Me How You Disappear
6. Fruit Bats – The Pet Parade
7. Sydney Sprague – Maybe I Will See You At The End Of The World
8. Kiwi Jr. – Cooler Returns
9. Tigers Jaw – I Won’t Care How You Remember Me
10. Middle Kids – Today We’re The Greatest

New Albums Added to the Playlist

1. The Antlers – Green To Gold (Anti-)
2. Alice Phoebe Lou – Glow (Self-Released)
3. Real Estate – Half A Human [EP] (Domino)
4. Citizen – Life In Your Glass World (Run For Cover)
5. Ben Howard – Collections From The Whiteout (Republic)
6. Antonioni – Antonioni (Lauren)
7. Skegss  – Rehearsal (Loma Vista)
8. Graybill – High Tide/Low Tide (Self-Released)

Top 10 Songs of the Week

1. Julien Baker – Hardline
2. Alice Phoebe Lou – Dirty Mouth
3. Katy Kirby – Cool Dry Place
4. Valley Maker – On a Revelation
5. Kiwi Jr. – Waiting In Line
6. Citizen – Blue Sunday
7. Dry Cleaning – Strong Feelings
8. Small Sins – I Used To Be a Better Man
9. Real Estate – Half a Human
10. Middle Kids – Cellophane (Brain)

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