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Charts & Adds: Week of 11/12 – 11/19

Things are starting to wind down for the semester here at KJHK, but never fear! We have plenty more exciting things on the horizon, even before the semester (and the DECADE) ends. For now, check out this week’s charts and adds.

Top 5 Charts:

1.) Angel Olsen – All Mirrors

Compared to the brash, bold attitude Olsen has taken toward many of her previous albums, All Mirrors displays a softer, more hesitant side to the artist. The record contains pieces Olsen created in isolation in Anacortes, Washington, many re-imagined with a stunning 12-piece string arrangement.

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2.) Men I Trust – Oncle Jazz

After nearly two years of teasers for the album, Men I Trust finally released Oncle Jazz earlier this fall. The record in full lasts an entire 71 minutes, and, as the title suggests, it’s as smooth and funky as it is an indie staple.

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3.) Danny Brown – uknowwhatimsayin¿

Even though Danny Brown is nearing 40 and uknowwhatimsayin¿ marks his fifth studio album, the record is anything but routine. This new release is executive produced by Q-Tip, yielding an interesting mixture of old-school charm and innovative weirdness.

4.) DIIV – Deceiver

This third record from shoegaze group DIIV (pronounced “dive”) is a soaring, lush collection of ten songs. Deceiver studies the harsh realities of addiction, following the struggles of recovering frontman Zachary Cole Smith.

5.) BROCKHAMPTON – Ginger

BROCKHAMPTON’s Ginger is somehow both raw and mature, a bit more melancholy than many of their previous works. The record is vulnerable, painting a picture of many of the very real issues the band’s members have personally experienced.

Top 30 Charts

RankArtistRecordLabel
1Angel OlsenAll MirrorsJagjaguwar/Secretly Group
2Men I TrustOncle JazzSelf-released
3Danny BrownUknowhatimsayin¿Warp
4DIIVDeceiverCaptured Tracks
5BROCKHAMPTONGingerQuestion Everything/RCA
6Blood OrangeAngel’s PulseDomino
7Lisa PrankPerfect Love SongFather/Daughter
8FKA TwigsMAGDALENEYoung Turks/Beggars
9Big ThiefTwo Hands4AD/Beggars Group
10ClairoImmunityFader
11VagabonVagabonNonesuch
12Rex Orange CountyPonyRCA
13HovvdyHeavy LifterDouble Double Whammy
14Mount Eerie and Julie DoironLost Wisdom Pt. 2P.w. Elverum & Sun
15Electric GuestKinAtlantic
16The MenzingersHello ExileEpitaph
17CorridorJuniorBonsound/Sub Pop
18No VacationPhasing [EP]Topshelf
19WilcoOde To JoyDbpm
20Aquarian BloodA Love That Leads To WarGoner
21Freddie Gibbs and MadlibBandanaKeep Cool/RCA/Madlib Invazion/ESGN
22SomosPrison on a HillTiny Engines
23HermitudePollyanarchyNettwerk
24Common HollyWhen I Say To You Black LightningBarsuk/Solitaire
25clipping.There Existed An Addiction To BloodSub Pop
26(Sandy) Alex GHouse Of SugarDomino
27Dear BoyThe Strawberry [EP]Easy Hell
28The SheltersJupiter SidecarWarner
29Future CribFriendsSelf-released
30Hana VuNicole Kidman/Anne HathawayLuminelle

Top 3 Adds:

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1.) Telemarket – you deserve a hard day’s work after a long night’s rest.

Recommended if you like: Omni, Heaters, Froth, Corridor

2.) Varsity – The Basement Takes

Recommended if you like: Tennis, No Vacation, Alvvays, Cults, Fazerdaze

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3.) Cousin Tony’s Brand New Firebird – New Romancer

Recommended if you like: Future Islands, Magnetic Fields, CHRVCHES

Top 10 Adds

RankArtistRecordLabel
1Telemarketyou deserve a hard day’s work after a long night’s rest.Avenue Noise & Sound
2VarsityThe Basement TakesRun For Cover
3Cousin Tony’s Brand New FirebirdNew RomancerDouble Drummer
4Cherry AmesBailey [EP]Self-released
5No SwoonNo SwoonSubstitute Scene
6Suggested FriendsTurtle TaxiHappy Happy Birthday To Me
7Josienne ClarkeIn All WeatherRough Trade/beggars
8Milky ChanceMind The MoonBmg
9Wilsen“Ruiner” [Single]Secret City
10Weird Milk“Time Machine” [Single]Big Indie