Updated: 2 days ago
Here are the top 10 most played albums on Inhailer Radio this week! Chosen by real humans and curated just for you.
This week at #1 we have Phoebe Bridgers and her critically acclaimed sophomore album Punisher. How good is "I Know The End"?
At #2, THE NEVERLY BOYS album The Dark Side Of Everything which is the debut album from Dave Sitek of TV On The Radio and singer-songwriter/producer Daniel Ledinsky.
At #3, Australia's jangly indie rock group Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and their sophomore album Sideways To New Italy. How's that for a mouthful?
At #4 Brooklyn's Woods with their unique blend of indie rock and folk on their 11th studio album Strange To Explain.
At #5 we have Montreal based art rock group Braids and their first album in 5 years Shadow Offering.
Taking the #6 spot is Nashville's The Mango Furs and their ripping blend of 60's and 70's psych rock on their late 2019 album Inner Migrations.
At #7 is Perfume Genius and his critically acclaimed album Set My Heart On Fire, Immediately. "On The Floor" is still a dance-floor banger, even if you have to dance alone for 2020.
Taking #8 is Madrid's Hinds and their third album The Prettiest Curse. Taking a poppier direction, Hinds still capture the raw energy that gave them their break.
At #9 is another Brooklyn based group, Nation Of Language. This is their long awaited debut album Introduction, Presence. They expertly blend new wave and the gothic 80's for an inspiring debut.
Rounding it out at #10 is GUM and his new album Out In The World. This is Jay Watson, most notably a member of Australia's psych group Pond as well as a touring member with Tame Impala. This is 5th album and in our opinion, his best so far.
1. Phoebe Bridgers - Punisher
2. THE NEVERLY BOYS - The Dark Side Of Everything
3. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever - Sideways To New Italy
4. Woods - Strange To Explain
5. Braids - Shadow Offering
6. The Mango Furs - Inner Migrations
7. Perfume Genius - Set My Heart On Fire, Immediately
8. Hinds - The Prettiest Curse 9. Nation Of Language - Introduction, Presence
10. Gum - Out In The World