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Charts & Adds: Week of 2/12 – 2/19

Girlpool holds on to their number one spot this week despite some strong competition! Plenty of new albums have made their top 30 debuts this week, and we’ve got some exciting new adds as well. See what’s new below!

 

Top 5 Charts:

1.) Girlpool – What Chaos Is Imaginary

(From previous week) The two amazing songwriters Cleo Tucker and Harmony Trividad are back with a new album, What Chaos Is Imaginary. There aren’t many duos with the ability to harmonize as they can, and this genre spanning album shows the band at their most creative and most ambitious.

 


2.) Toro Y Moi – Outer Peace

“Outer Peace is a cleverly-crafted, pleasantly mid-fi album of melancholy grooves that Toro y Moi uses as a medium to tell us his stellar keys to what it takes to achieve peace on the outside.” Read the full review written by Caroline McCone HERE

 

3.) Cherry Glazerr – Stuffed & Ready

(From previous week) Clementine Creevy of Cherry Glazerr had this to say about the new album, Stuffed & Ready: “I want this album to evoke a freedom, or you could even say a recklessness in people. I want to allow people to let out all of the fear and anger and confusion that all of us carry around. I want to make people dance, and really f*****g mean it.” Catch Cerry Glazerr and Palehound play at recordBar in Kansas City on 2/27.

 

4.) Deerhunter – Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?

(From previous week) Bradford Fox’s philosophical and unpredictable songwriting has had a wide range of sounds and instrumentation backing him over Deerhunter’s 7 previous full length albums, and Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? gives him a clean, well put together environment to express these thoughts clearly.

 

5.) Cass McCombs – Tip of the Iceberg

The ninth studio album from the established songwriter Cass McCombs shows him still pushing himself creatively while maintaining a strong sense of purpose. The unique mix of sounds are matched with equally powerful lyrics & emotion.

 

Top 30 Charts

Rank Artist Record Label
1 Girlpool What Chaos Is Imaginary Anti-
2 Toro Y Moi Outer Peace Carpark
3 Cherry Glazerr Stuffed & Ready Secretly Canadian
4 Deerhunter Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? 4AD/Beggars Group
5 Cass McCombs Tip Of The Sphere Anti-
6 Sneaks Highway Hypnosis Merge
7 James Blake Assume Form Polydor
8 Maggie Rogers Heard It In A Past Life Capitol
9 Beirut Gallipoli 4AD/Beggars Group
10 Panda Bear Buoys Domino
11 Sharon Van Etten Remind Me Tomorrow Jagjaguwar
12 TENDER Fear Of Falling Asleep Partisan
13 Anemone Beat My Distance Luminelle
14 Pedro The Lion Phoenix Polyvinyl
15 Tiny Ruins Olympic Girls Milk!
16 sir_babygirl Crush On Me Father/Daughter
17 Mike Krol Power Chords Merge
18 Deer Tick Mayonnaise Partisan
19 The Twilight Sad It Won/t Be Like This All The Time Rock Action
20 Royal Canoe Waver Paper Bag
21 Abjects Never Give Up Yippee Ki Yay
22 Flat Worms Into The Iris [EP] GOD?
23 Sam Valdez Mirage [EP] Nevado
24 Hajk Drama Jansen
25 Goodbye Gravity Memorial Self-Released
26 Praises In This Year: Ten Of Swords Hand Drawn Dracula
27 Lost Under Heaven Love Hates What You Become Mute
28 Curt Castle If I’m Here At All True Blue
29 Y La Bamba Mujeres Tender Loving Empire
30 Earth Dad Learning Music [EP] Self-Released

 

Some lovely new albums have come our way! Check them out below:


Top 3 Adds


1.) Cartwheel – Best Days

Recommended if you like: Ratboys, Forth Wanderers, Palehound

 

2.) Homeshake – Helium

Recommended if you like: Mild High Club, Mac DeMarco, Gus Daperton

 

3.) Benny Sings –  City Pop

Recommended if you like:  Rex Orange County, Nick Hakim, Mndsgn

 

Top 10 Adds

Rank Artist Record Label
1 Cartwheel Best Days Self-Released
2 Homeshake Helium Sinderlyn
3 Benny Sings City Pop Stones Throw
4 Nov3l Novel [EP] Flemish Eye
5 Methyl Ethel Triage 4AD/Beggars Group
6 Jessica Pratt Quiet Signs Mexican Summer
7 Chain Wallet No Ritual Self-Released
8 And The Kids When This Life Is Over Signature Sounds
9 Ladytron Ladytron !K7
10 Ella Vos Watch & Wait [EP] hwyl/AWAL