Sonic Diet

Top of the Charts From the Week of February 17 – 23, 2013

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Every week, WMSE reports its weekly charts to CMJ (the College Music Journal); and because WMSE has a free-form format, our DJs can spin whatever they choose on each of their weekly three-hour programs. Here are the top five most-spun albums for the past week out of those free-form programs in the respective genres of: alternative/radio 200 (rock, pop, hip hop), adds (new stuff!), rpm (electronic), new world, jazz and blues (reported, monthly). Seek out more info on each top five artist via the hyperlinks and view the complete list of weekly charts, here.

Radio 200

1., Thao and the Get Down Stay Down, We the Common, Ribbon Music
2., Unknown Mortal Orchestra, II, Jagjaguwar
3., P*ssed Jeans, Honeys, Sub Pop
4., Yo La Tengo, Fade, Matador
5., Tegan and Sara, Heartthrob, Warner Brothers

Adds

1., Robyn Hitchock, Love From London, Yep Roc
2., Mount Moriah, Miracle Temple, Merge
3., Cave Singers, Naomi, Jagjaguwar
4., Grave Babies, Crusher, Hardly Art
5., Atoms For Peace, Amok, XL

RPM

1., Bjork, Bastards, One Little Indian
2., Javelin, Hi Beams, Luaka Bop
3., Toro Y Moi, Anything In Return, Carpark
4., Crystal Castles, III, Universal
5., Jamie Lidell, Jamie Lidell, Warp

New World

1., Domenico, Cine Prive, Plug Research
2., Jimmy Cliff, Rebirth, Trojan
3., Tim Maia, World Psychedelic Classics 4: Nobody Can Live Forever: The Existential Soul Of Tim Maia, Luaka Bop
4., Rupa and the April Fishes, Build, Electric Gumbo Radio Music
5., Eljuri, Fuerte, Manovill

Jazz

1., Patricia Barber, Smash, Concord
2., Mimi Fox, Standards Old and New, self-released
3., Kurt Elling, 1619 Broadway: The Brill Building Project, Concord
4., Chris Potter, The Sirens, ECM
5., Wayne Shorter Quartet, Without a Net, Blue Note

Blues (updated monthly)

1.; Ben Harper With Charlie Musselwhite, Get Up!, Stax
2.; The Slide Brothers, Robert Randolph Presents the Slide Brothers, Concord
3.; Jesse Dee, On My Mind In My Heart, Alligator
4.; Julian Fauth, Everybody Ought to Treat a Stranger Right, Electro-Fi
5.; The James Hunter Six, Minute By Minute, Fantasy

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