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Chart Analysis October 27, 2015

Independent Chart Wrap: Travis Collins debuts high

Charts & Music Manager
Independent Chart Wrap: Travis Collins debuts high

The Top 3 Singles of the Carlton Dry Independent Music Chartsremains locked this week with Sia’s Elastic Heart holding #1, Chet Faker’s Talk Is Cheap at #2 and Hilltop Hoods’ Cosby Sweater at #3. Hitting a new peak at #6 up from last week’s debut of #13 is Vance Joy’s Georgia which is the only noteworthymovement this week. Two debuts take place in the Top 20 with Vallis Alps’ Young at #14 and Eves The Behavior’s TV at #18.

Airplay wise, Sia also holds on to the top with Elastic Heart. Generik’s The Weekend featuring Nicky Van She moves up to #2 from #6 however. Chet Faker’s Talk Is Cheap hits #8 from #16 followed by Joel Fletcher’s State Of Emergency which is now at # 9 from #17.San Cisco’s Too Much Time Together debuts at #12 while Boo Seeka’s Kingdom Leader enters at #14.

The Albums chart also sees a similar Top 3 with Chet Faker’s Built On Glass sitting at #1, Sia’s 1000 FormsOf Fear at #2 and Hilltop Hoods’ Walking Under Stars at #3. #4 sees a new debut however this time from Travis Collins with Wired.

To view this week’s AMRAP and AIR charts, click here.


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