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Top 30 10/6/2014

1. Kimbra- The Golden Echo

2. Tennis- Ritual In Repeat

3. Go Back To The Zoo- Zoo

4. La Roux- Trouble in Paradise

5. The Growlers- Chinese Fountain

6. Pale Hands- Spirit Lines

7. Black Taxi- Electroshock Death Grip

8. Garden City Movement- Entertainment/ Bengali Cinema

9. Tiny Victories- Haunts

10. Grace Weber- Refinery

11. The Orwells- Disgraceland

12. Yael Meyer- Warrior Heart

13. Lykke Li- I Never Learn

14. Zella Day- Zella Day

15. Curtis Harding- Soul Power

16. Yelle- Completement Fou

17. Chromeo- White Women

18. Cobalt Cranes- Days in the Sun

19. Aroara- In The Pines

20. Ty Segall- Manipulator

21. Ryan Adams- Ryan Adams

22. Allah Las- Worship The Sun

23. The Drums- Encyclopedia

24. The Left Ready- The Left Ready

25. Simian Ghost- Youth

26. Royal Blood- Royal Blood

27. La Sera- Hour of the Dawn

28. Lotus Effect- Totality

29. King Tuff- Black Moon Spell

30. S – Cool Choices


This week we had to say goodbye to some of our bigger named artists that were previously on our Top 30 such as Lana Del Rey, Coldplay, and Atmosphere. However, we added some great new artists to fill their roles such as Yelle, an electronic French artist, King Tuff, a popular alternative rock band, and The Left Ready a new indie rock band with a bright future ahead of them.

Moving up the list this week we have Go Back to the Zoo who were a top 5 add two weeks ago. Their indie pop rock sound immediately caught our DJ’s attention. Grace Weber, one of our favorites at the station has also moved up chart this week. We had the pleasure of interviewing her this morning and will be posting up a podcast of the interview in the next couple of days. Also moving up we have Pale Hands who have recently become a hit with our DJ’s here at KMSC. What’s not to like about dreamy female vocals over melodic electronic sounds and beats?

Keeping a steady presence on our chart is are two of CMJ’s favorites Ryan Adams and Ty Segall. It’s no surprise to see these two coming out, yet again, with a solid album. Also staying steady at the top of our charts we see Black Taxi and Tennis. I predict these two artists will be staying up at the top for awhile!

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