KZUU Top 30 – 9/19

Oh my, KZUU. You’ve been doing so well these first few weeks of broadcast! The National came out way ahead of the pack this week, and the top ten was pretty solid following that. I must admit, the David Byrne/Fatboy Slim album came as a bit of a surprise, but I guess people just want more jams like “Funk Soul Brother” and “Burning Down the House” in one package. I don’t judge.

  1. The National – High Violet
  2. Poirier – Running High
  3. Rotary Downs – Cracked Maps and Blue Reports
  4. Cock and Swan – Unrecognize
  5. Woods – At Echo Lake
  6. Poison Control Center – Sad Sour Future
  7. David Byrne and Fatboy Slim – Here Lies Love
  8. The Flaming Lips – Dark Side of the Moon
  9. Everest – On Approach
  10. Born Ruffians – Say It
  11. Flying Lotus – Cosmogramma
  12. Mumford and Sons – s/t
  13. Tracey Thorn – Love and Its Opposite
  14. Pearly Gates Music – s/t
  15. Cuff the Duke – Way Down Here
  16. These United States – What Lasts
  17. Caribou – Swim
  18. Soft Cat – Wildspace
  19. Apples in Stereo – Travellers in Space and Time
  20. Balkan Beat Box – Blue Eyed Black Boy
  21. The Strange Boys – Be Brave
  22. Love is All – Two Thousand and Ten Injuries
  23. Best Coast – Crazy for You
  24. Happy Birthday – s/t
  25. Two Door Cinema Club – Tourist History
  26. The Living Sisters – Love to Live
  27. Philip Selway – Familial
  28. LCD Soundsystem – This is Happening
  29. Minus the Bear – Omni
  30. Goldfinch – s/t

Keep doing a great job, and check the preview rack for some new albums this week!

4 thoughts on “KZUU Top 30 – 9/19

  1. I think my heart grew three sizes today, just seeing Balkan Beat Box on the chart. 🙂
    I love you guys, just want you to know that. Next KZUU shindig, I’m bringing DJ treats for everyone.

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