Girlpool’s impressive three week streak comes to an end as Cherry Glazerr moves into the #1 spot with their album Stuffed & Ready. See what else we’ve had on heavy rotation below:
Top 5 Charts:
1.) Cherry Glazerr – Stuffed & Ready
“Compared to their second most recent album, Apocalypstick (2017, Secretly Canadian), Stuffed & Ready shows a back-to-basics approach, evoking the vengeful spirit of Dolores Haze in the process.” Read the full review written by Sasha Arteaga HERE
2.) 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.
3.) Cartwheel – Best Days
Best Days is the debut EP from the Wichita three-piece, Cartwheel. Kristyn Chapman’s emotive lyricism & vocal abilities are pieced together perfectly by mixtures of gentle and fervent instrumentation. The six songs come together naturally to explore a narrative packed with personal and interpersonal reflections.
4.) FEELS – Post Earth
“Punk” is a wide ranging umbrella term, but most fans of almost any related sub-genre should find something to love throughout the 11 tracks that make up Post Earth. The album features a variety of themes surrounding infectious combinations of melodic noise and post-punk, and strikes a perfect balance between the two.
5.) HOMESHAKE – Helium
“Some of the greatest ideas are results of introversion and boredom. The Montreal-native returns after two years since his latest release, assuring his fans that he was busy doing “nothing.” HOMESHAKE reminds listeners that solitude is a virtue through their limp beat, experimental R&B album, Helium.” Read the full review written by Caroline McCone HERE