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HITS LIST:
HOME RUN DERBY
Going yard (7/11a)
NEAR TRUTHS: A TOUR OF THE LANDSCAPE
I.B. will be your guide. (7/15a)
GRAMMY PRE-CHEW:
THREE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE BIG 4
On your Marks, get set, go. (7/8a)
ON THE COVER:
CHAPPELL ROAN
Half of Island's one-two punch (7/15a)
AUSTIN NEAL STICKS THE LANDING
These two are tight. (7/15a)
THE GRAMMY SHORT LIST
Who's already a lock?
COUNTRY'S NEWEST DISRUPTOR
Three chords and some truth you may not be ready for.
AI IS ALREADY EATING YOUR LUNCH
The kids can tell the difference... for now.
INDIE DISTRIBUTION'S RISE TO GLORY
The discovery engine is revving higher.
Blighty Beat
U.K. CHARTS: A LOTTERY WIN
5/5/23

The Lottery Winners have their first U.K. Official Albums #1 while “Miracle” (Columbia) claims a fourth week on top at singles.

Anxiety Replacement Therapy (Modern Sky), the Manchester band’s fifth set, is the biggest release this week on both physical formats and digital downloads.

At #2, rapper Nines nets his fourth Top 5 with Crop Circle 2 (Warner Records). Jessie Ware’s That! Feels Good! (EMI) is also new at #3.

At #4, The National’s First Two Pages of Frankenstein (4AD) is their fifth U.K. Top 10. Heatwave in the Cold North (Distiller) by Reverend and the Makers enters at #6, while Blood Orange (Good Soldier) by Freya Ridings charts at #7.

The Damned’s Darkadelic (earMUSIC) rounds out this week’s new Top 10 entries at #9.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles chart, Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding remain at #1 with “Miracle.” The track is the most-streamed song this week with 5.4m plays.

“Daylight” (Miserable Music) by David Kushner holds tight at #2, while Libianca’s “People” (5K Records) rebounds one to #3. “React” (Relentless) by Switch Disco f/Ella Henderson reaches a new peak at #7. FIFTY FIFTY are the first K-pop girl group to enter the Top 10 as “Cupid” (ATTRAKT) rises to #9.

Following the release of his fourth album, Nines also has his first Top 10 as “Tony Soprano” lifts one to #10.