With the summer solstice upon us, the summer of 2018 is in high gear and ready for memories to be made. Of course, summers are marked by the care-free attitude of fun with friends, parties, weekend get-aways, vacations and a soundtrack to go along with them. A lot
Lots of quality new music was released in 2016 from new albums by Frank Ocean, Radiohead, The 1975 and Green Day, to new artists in Bishop Briggs, Gallant, Aurora and Sofi Tukker. As we take a look at the year gone by, here's our list of the top
Don’t even think you know what’s going on in the top 10 this week! Kings of Leon have held down the top spot with “Waste A Moment” for a while now but K.Flay has been making strong moves and takes over the pole position, while Mondo Cozmo and others
Kings of Leon released their latest album, Walls, less than a month ago and the first single “Waste A Moment” vaults to the top spot on our chart. Minimal movement by mainstays The 1975 and Two Door Cinema Club keeps the rest of the chart stable along with debuts
COIN retains the top spot this week with “Talk Too Much”, their lead single from their forthcoming album, yet to be named. Two Door Cinema Club and Kings of Leon round out the top three, while a new entry- “Favorite Liar” by The Wrecks makes its debut. Check
COIN take over the top spot this week with “Talk Too Much” as Two Door Cinema Club slides down a notch on this week’s chart. Kings of Leon jump up to the fourth position as new music from Jimmy Eat World and K-Flay enter the chart. Check out
With their latest album, Gameshow, recently released, Two Door Cinema Club keeps a hold of the top spot on the chart with minimal movement in the top four positions. The 1975 maintain the fourth slot as COIN moves up to the runner-up position. New music by Kings of
.Two Door Cinema Club maintains the top spot on the chart as The Head and the Heart lock down the runner-up spot. COIN and Matoma (ft. Becky Hill) make strong moves upward and debuts from Judah & The Lion and Armand Van Helden keeps the chart interesting. Check
.Two Door Cinema Club leaps into the top spot after just a few short weeks on the chart, toppling The 1975. New entries this week includes upstart DJ/producer Matoma and Nashville band COIN. Check out this week's Top 10! 14294
.The 1975 reign supreme on the B-Sides chart with “Somebody Else” while The Head and the Heart moves up to the runner up spot and Bastille holds steady with “Good Grief” at number three. New entries by Empire of the Sun and Two Door Cinema Club enter the chart
.The 1975 stay on top of our chart with “Somebody Else” while the two runner-up positions are occupied by Green Day and Bastille. The rest of the chart has minimal movement as Weathers and The Head and the Heart hold steady and new music by Getter logs in.
.Phantogram stays firmly in the top spot with “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore”, the first track from their forthcoming album, Three. New music in the top 10 includes the latest from Marshmallow - “Alone”, as well as a top 5 debut for “Bang Bang” from Green Day.
.Phantogram wrestles the top spot away from twenty one pilots with their track, “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” as the fboys from Ohio drop to the runner-up position. Phantogram is currently doing festival appearances as Big Grams with Big Boi ahead of the release of Three, which comes
The strong rumours of a Coachella headlining reunion by the legendary Guns N' Roses became reality when the lineup became official Monday night. Another noteworthy reunion was the announcement that LCD Soundsystem will also headline along with the third headliner, Calvin Harris. Stories had been running rampant throughout