Independent Chart Wrap: San Cisco see two strong debuts
The Carlton Dry Independent Music Singles Chart (collated with releases through any distribution) sees three debuts in the Top 20. The first comes in at #2 with Jarryd James’ Do You Remember (IND). At #14 is San Cisco’s Too Much Time Together taken from their #2 ARIA charting album Gracetown (MGM). The last debut comes in at #20 from British India’s Suddenly(MUSHROOM). In regards to movement things remain much the same. Sia’s Elastic Heart remains at #1, although #3 is now taken by Vance Joy’s Georgia.
The Radio Play chart see a similar Top 3 with Sia’s Elastic Heart at #1, Vance Joy’s Georgia at #2 and Peking Duk’s Take Me Over featuring Safia at #3. #4 sees the first of six debuts in the chart with Hilltop Hoods’ Live & Let Go featuring Maverick Sabre & Brother Ali. At #8 is a new entry from Courtney Barnett’s Pedestrian At Best. Four other debuts take place in a row starting at #14 with Asta’s Dynamite featuring Allday. At #15 is Twerps’ Back To You, #16 is Miami Horror’s Love Like Mine and #17 sees Dorsal Fin’s Mind Renovation.
The Independent Albums Chart (through any distribution) has two new entries in the Top 2 positions. Coming in at #1 is San Cisco’s Gracetown (Island City Records) followed by Jason Owen’s Friday Night (Social Family Records) at #2.These debuts have pushed Hilltop Hoods’ Walking Under Stars to #3.At #9 is a new debut from James Morrison with A To Z Of Jazz (ABC) and #10 sees Sticky Fingers’ Land Of Pleasureland at #20, which is no doubt boosted from their current Australian tour.
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