Eagle-eyed readers of this column will notice what is perhaps a first this week… The top three albums are holding tight to their same slots from last week. Given our selectors’ penchants for *eclectically* mixing it up any and every day of the week, this double run is no small feat.
Our reigning number one champ Lil Silva continues to command double digit spins with his long-awaited “Yesterday is Heavy.” Compton’s own Steve Lacy and LA post-punk mavens Automatic stay close on Silva’s heels in their respective second and third spots.
But lest you think we’re here to deliver only familiar news, Joey Bada$$’s surprise “2000” is already making waves. Expect it to continue rising in weeks to come as more of our DJs catch wind of that inspired Men I Trust sample in “Show Me.” Brand new work from St. Panther, Channel Tres, and Billie Eilish are all here as well, all doing their part to keep our list shifting as ever.
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Top 30 Albums (7.26.2022)
|1||Lil Silva||Yesterday Is Heavy|
|2||Steve Lacy||Gemini Rights|
|5||Danielle Ponder||Some of Us Are Brave|
|6||Moon Boots||Come Back Around (Feat. Cherry Glazerr) [Single]|
|8||Say She She||Trouble [Single]|
|9||St. Panther||Not The Way [Single]|
|10||Channel Tres||Real Cultural Shit|
|11||ODESZA||The Last Goodbye|
|12||PawPaw Rod||Message (Better Days) [Single]|
|13||De Lux||Do You Need a Release?|
|14||Jessie Ware||Free Yourself [Single]|
|15||Panda Bear & Sonic Boom||Reset|
|16||Ty Segall||Hello, Hi|
|17||Braxe + Falcon||Step By Step|
|18||Adrian Quesada||Boleros Psicodélicos|
|19||Various Artists||Minions: The Rise of Gru (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)|
|20||Billie Eilish||Guitar Songs|
|21||Sharon Van Etten||We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong|
|22||Hollie Cook||Happy Hour|
|23||Young Fathers||Geronimo [Single]|
|24||Superorganism||World Wide Pop|
|26||Lisa LeBlanc||Chiac Disco|
|28||Joshy Soul||Garden [Single]|
|29||Ondara||Spanish Villager No: 3|