The Beets’ newest album, Let Your Poison Out, released on Hardly Art, topped our charts for the past week! Find out what else we’ve been playing here!
The DJs at KSPC are loving Mikal Cronin’s S/T LP (rel. on Trouble in Mind). What has your soundtrack for the week been?
Our charts for last week! Coming in at #1 is Neon Indian’s latest, Era Extrana. Read what else KSPC has been spinning here!
The Dum Dum Girls’ newest album, Only in Dreams, released on Sub Pop records, tops our charts this week.
The Horrors’ latest album, Skying (out now on XL Recordings), was the #1 played album last week. This marks the third album from the British post-punk/shoegaze band, and the very first that the band has self-produced. Find out what else was being played on KSPC here!
Hey everyone, #1 this week is the debut album Out of Love by Mister Heavenly, released on Sup Pop. Mister Heavenly is composed of Nick Thorburn (Islands/The Unicorns), Ryan Kattner (Man Man), and Joe Plummer (Modest Mouse). I saw these guys on tour with Passion Pit, and have been waiting for an album ever since! <3
Brooklyn band Woods’ latest LP, Sun and Shade, was last week’s top played album. This album is non-stop psychedelic 60s pop/lo-fi “campfire folk” greatness. Check out the rest of this week’s charts!
Dengue Fever hits #1 this week with their album, Cannibal Courtship. Read the rest of the charts here!
Shannon and the Clams are back at #1 this week with their newest LP, Sleep Talk. Read the rest of last week’s top played albums here!
Coming in at #1 for the week is Ty Segall’s latest album, Goodbye Bread, off Drag City records. On this album, Segall takes a decidedly more subdued approach to the garage pop madness that has come to characterize his solo work. Nonetheless, it makes for great summer listening, particularly those lazy days spent sitting in the shade cursing the sweltering weather. Read the rest of our charts here!
Last week’s top played album is the Cosmonaut’s self-titled LP off of Burger Records. Loud, fuzzy, abrasive garage psych–what more could you ask for? Check out the rest of the charts here!