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THE A LIST (02.03.23)

It's another hot week for music here at Inhailer Radio, check out who hit the radar with this week's top 10, "The A List!"

Our Music Director, Nils Illokken, is keeping the good vibes rolling in each week with fresh hits. You can tune in with Nils 11a – 3p EST Thursday's and Friday's right here at Inhailer.com, or you can take us mobile with our new App!



#10 “Crown Shyness” – Anna B Savage


Anna B Savage; and Anna be making great music! This London musician has a new album on the way this month (yes, it's February!). in|FLUX is out 2/17 via City Slang.




#9 “Lights Light Up” – Fenne Lily


UK-born, NYC-based songwriter Fenne Lily has a new album on the way, as well as a UK/US tour this Spring. We really love this one, off of Big Picture, out 4/14




#8 “LayerUponLayer” – Gruff Rhys


Welsh musician (and lead of Super Furry Animals) Gruff Rhys did the score for The Almond & The Seahorse, a film starring Rebel Wilson, Trine Dyrholm, and Charlotte Gainsbourg which also featured some original songs, one of them being our #8, LayerUponLayer




#7 “Oceans Niagara” – M83


We can't get enough of the full fledged return of M83 with the lead single from their upcoming album Fantasy. “I wanted this record to be very impactful live,” says Anthony Gonzalez.




#6 “Temples” – Gamma Rays


After a week away last week, UK psych rockers are back on the Top 10 with the lead single from their upcoming 4th album Exocito out 4/14 and produced by Sean Ono Lennon and mixed by Dave Fridmann.




#5 “The Weakness” – Ruston Kelly


Ruston Kelly also moved up one spot this week with the larger than life arena ready title track The Weakness. "I wanted it to sound like a storm brewing in a big empty field" says Kelly.




#4 “Evolution” – Braids


Braids moved up this week to #4 with their dreamy and building Evolution. Euphoric Recall is out 4/28




#3 “$20” – boygenius


phot credit: Lera Pentelute


boygenius are holding down the #3 spot for a second week in a row with the upbeat Julien Baker-led track $20. the record is out 3/31




#2 “Tropic Morning News” – The National


Cincinnati's own The National staying on the Inhailer Top 10 for a second week in a row, even if they were dethroned by Clark this week. Tropic Morning News is "a song about having a hard time expressing yourself, and trying to connect with someone when the noise of the world is drowning out any potential for conversation.”




#1 “Town Crank” – Clark.



UK producer Clark has a new album on the way, Sus Dog (out 5/26) and it's produced by and features contributions by the man himself, Thom Yorke. Lead single Town Crank is a driving exciting taste of what's to come!



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