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THE A LIST (2.16.24)

Yard Act continues to dominate with more than one track this week while female standouts Molly Sullivan and Suki Waterhouse enter our Top 10.

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10. "Still Tryin'" - Molly Sullivan

Local Cincy folk fave Molly Sullivan enters the list with an account on enduring the daily grind with her new song, "Still Tryin'".

 #9   "Right Back to It" (feat. MJ Lenderman) - Waxahatchee

Magical wanderess queen Waxahatchee consistently returns on the list with her collab with MJ Lenderman on this dreamy swimmy swamp folk ballad.

  #8 "Peace Sign" - Ride

Ride's "Peace Sign," continues to grab a spot this week - a culmination of reverberating, buzzy guitar melodies and layered vocals that make for great driving music. Ride formed in Oxford, UK in 1988. It is the first single off the 90's shoegaze pioneers' upcoming album "Interplay," out March 29th on Wichita/PIAS. 

 #7  "SPRINTS" - Adore Adore Adore

"Do you adore me?

Am i everything you wish you had?"


Sprints graces the chart with their in-your-face sonic scape of rebellious guitars that recount the tumultuous dynamic of obsession that makes us want to mosh pit in a basement.

#6  "OMG" - Suki Waterhouse

Suki Waterhouse has made a name for herself in more than one industry, leveraging her acting career to garner a unique audience that leans towards her edgy pop rock aesthetic (also extra points for being pregnant and performing?!)

 #5  "A Love International" - Khruangbin

Sultry and smooth Khruangbin remain at #5 as they deliver a beautiful sweeping arrangement from their upcoming album ‘A LA SALA', out April 5th on Dead Oceans.

 #4  "Everything's Beautiful" - Hiatus Kaiyote

Soul funk group Hiatus Kaiyote grace us with sultry vocals and killer bass lines in this track off their full length on Brainfeeder Records, out now.

 #3  "Tiny Moves" – Bleachers

Jack Antonoff collabs with classically trained dancer (and actress) wife Margaret Qualley for the music video on this track off Bleachers' new self titled album out March 8th. Classic throwback 80's pop, purely channeled - it's Bleachers at their best.

 #2  "We Make Hits" - Yard Act

Continuing to take a spot on our list with this banger is Yard Act's newest single, "We Make Hits." It stays true to their sound whilst producing a catchy dance hit that is sure to be stuck in your head after first listen. Yard Acts has consistently been making moves on our Top 10. Their satirical delivery is refreshing and the bass slap heavy production is sure to make you bop.

#1 "Neon Pill" - Cage the Elephant

Grabbing the #1 spot this week is Cage the Elephant's "Neon Pill," up from #9 last week. Cage The Elephant's signature sound speaks for itself. They are true indie pop veterans.

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