LCTCArtistSong
11OLIVIA RODRIGOGood 4 U
152CHVRCHES f/ ROBERT SMITHHow Not To Drown
23COLDPLAYHigher Power
134LORDESolar Power
35GALANTIS f/ DAVID GUETTA & LITTLE MIXHeartbreak Anthem
46JESSIE WAREPlease
817ED SHEERANBad Habits
128DURAN DURANInvisible
239DUA LIPALove Again
2110CALVIN HARRIS f/ TOM GRENNANBy Your Side
511BRUNO MARS, ANDERSON.PAAK & SILK SONICLeave The Door Open
1112MANESKINZitti E Bouni
613DOJA CAT f/ SZAKiss Me More
914REGARD f/ TROYE SIVAN & TATE MCRAEYou
815OLIVIA RODRIGODeja Vu
3016MARSHMELLO f/ JONAS BROTHERSLeave Before You Love Me
3217JESSIE WAREHot N Heavy
1918ELLE KING & MIRANDA LAMBERTDrunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)
1419THE WEEKND f/ ARIANA GRANDESave Your Tears
3620WILLOW f/ TRAVIS BARKERTransparant Soul
7321MANESKINI Wanna Be Your Slave
2922OLIVIA RODRIGOBrutal
1623PINKAll I Know So Far
1024YEARS & YEARSStarstruck
4625JOHN MAYERLast Train Home
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Jul 17
Paradise Trending, The Cure for Drowning in your Bad Habits, and a Podcast

On the Trending 100 the top 4 songs are all in this weeks BR250 top 10. Led by Ed Sheeran's "Bad Habits" which moves up to #7 on the BR250, it's the return of Robert Smith from the seminal alt band The Cure that lands at #2 on both charts. Chvrches' collab "How Not To Drown" has the right ingredients to make a splash, though it is far behind the juggernaut "Good 4 U" at #1 on the BR250. Lorde used her solar power to land at #3 trending and #4 on the main chart. Rounding out the top 4 on the Trending chart is no stranger to the upper reaches of either chart. Dua Lipa's "Love Again" becomes the ninth song from the Moonlight Edition of her powerhouse album "Future Nostalgia" to make the Trending top 5.

On the podcast front the latest episode is called Paradise Theater. In this episode after a 3 month hiatus, and the final in the Podcast-list 006 arc (before our top 10's), we explore a bit of where popular music and theater meet. Artists like the Dear Hunter, Styx and Panic At The Disco all fit into certain aspects of this. We throw a little Sade, Fiona Apple and Beck into the mix and of course a couple of tangents. What seemed, at first, to be a shorter episode, ended up with 2 false endings. In the end, even though Billie Eilish could have killed the party, it all ends on a super cool joyous note. 

 

Beyond Radio’s Trending 100, July 2021

1              ED SHEERAN              Bad Habits

2              CHVRCHES f/ ROBERT SMITH      How Not To Drown

3              LORDE      Solar Power

4              DUA LIPA  Love Again

5              IMAGINE DRAGONS   Wrecked

6              DOJA CAT & THE WEEKEND        You Right

7              MANESKIN I Wanna Be Your Slave

8              BASTILLE   Distorted Light Beam

9              BIG RED MACHINE f/ TAYLOR SWIFT            Renegade

10            BECKY HILL & DAVID GUETTA     Remember

11            GANG OF YOUTHS      The Angel of 8th Ave.

12            POPPY      Her

13            MABEL      Let Them Know

14            NATALIE IMBRUGLIA  Build It Better

15            CALVIN HARRIS f/ TOM GRENNAN               By Your Side

16            AVA MAX  Everytime I Cry

17            MANESKIN Beggin'

18            THE VACCINES           Back In Love City

19            SIGALA & RITA ORA    You For Me

20            TYLER, THE CREATOR  Wusyaname

21            MILEY CYRUS             Nothing Else Matters

22            NOTHING BUT THIEVES              Futureproof

23            JESSIE J     I Want Love

24            INHALER   It Won't Always Be Like This

25            KELSEA BALLERINI f/ LANY          I Quit Drinking

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Jun 21
Typical Summer delays, but it's Good 4 Olivia Rodrigo

As is typical the summer season spreads me thinner than the rest of the year, so it is harder to keep up with Beyond Radio. This year is especially challenging as I started a new job that is taking up a good amount of my time, while I also am leading up to my 60th birthday at the end of July.  With that and the coming out of COVID, there has been more travel, and that will continue through the summer. Also, my annual music party will be back after a detour last year. That will happen on July 31, a few days after my birthday.

The podcast and my writings have taken a temporary back seat in all of this. I’m hoping to have another episode out in the next few weeks.

“Good 4 U” unsurprisingly vaults into the #1 position on the BR250 and #1 Trending on the strength of 44 adds. Olivia Rodrigo places a second song in the Trending top 10 with “Brutal” at #5, while “Déjà Vu" sits at #11 and “Traitor” at #22. Galantis and Maneskin, in the Trending silver and bronze positions, follow “Good 4 U” into the BR250 top 15 on strong early June action. “Heartbreak Anthem” has a great summer song vibe, I’d be shocked if they don’t push this in the States. “Zitti E Bouni” will not see the same action though I love that it won Eurovision.

At #4 Trending, Chvrches collaboration with the Cure’s Robert Smith "How Not To Drown" has had strong out of the box success, landing at #43 on the BR250 this week. This is by far my favorite Chvrches track, none of their songs have cracked my top 25 and this could possibly go to #1 on my list.

Another ‘80s era band, Duran Duran, return at #8 Trending with “Invisible” while ‘70s artist Nile Rodgers of Chic, appears at #19 Trending on the Keith Urban track “Out The Cage”, possibly his least Country song ever. Not that that is unusual for him. He has been a stellar performer on my personal chart since 2002 when “Somebody Like You” went to #1 on my chart. At the time I felt that was a Pop hit waiting to happen. Since then, he has had 17 songs reach #1 on my personal chart and another 13 reach my top 10.

The return of Lorde, 2013’s Olivia Rodrigo or Billie Eilish (you pick), lands her at #25 Trending. “Solar Power” seems like a bright song even though it starts out a bit sluggish. I would expect it to move towards the upper reaches of the BR250 on the June 30 chart.

Trending June 2021

1              OLIVIA RODRIGO              Good 4 U
2              GALANTIS f/ DAVID GUETTA & LITTLE MIX             Heartbreak Anthem
3              MANESKIN         Zitti E Bouni
4              CHVRCHES f/ ROBERT SMITH       How Not To Drown
5              OLIVIA RODRIGO              Brutal
6              COLDPLAY           Higher Power
7              BTS         Butter
8              DURAN DURAN Invisible
9              GO_A    Shum
10           MARSHMELLO f/ JONAS BROTHERS          Leave Before You Love Me
11           OLIVIA RODRIGO              Deja Vu
12           ANNE-MARIE & NIALL HORAN    Our Song
13           CALVIN HARRIS f/ TOM GRENNAN            By Your Side
14           DUA LIPA             Love Again
15           KATY PERRY        Electric
16           JESSIE WARE       Hot N Heavy
17           REGARD f/ TROYE SIVAN & TATE MCRAE You
18           BLEACHERS         Stop Making This Hurt
19           KEITH URBAN f/ BRELAND & NILE RODGERS         Out The Cage
20           SIGRID  Mirror
21           THE VACCINES  Headphones Baby
22           OLIVIA RODRIGO              Traitor
23           VANCE JOY          Missing Piece
24           THE WEEKND f/ ARIANA GRANDE             Save Your Tears
25           LORDE   Solar Power
26           SHARON VAN ETTEN f/ ANGEL OLSEN      Like I Used To
27           JOHN MAYER     Last Train Home
28           MANESKIN         I Wanna Be Your Slave
29           YEARS & YEARS Starstruck
30           CREEPER              Midnight
31           ELLE KING & MIRANDA LAMBERT              Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)
32           WILLOW f/ TRAVIS BARKER          Transparant Soul
33           PINK      All I Know So Far
34           MO        Live To Survive
35           GARBAGE            Wolves
36           ELTON JOHN f/ YEARS & YEARS  It's A Sin
37           DADI FREYR         10 Years
38           LITTLE MIX          Confetti
39           DOJA CAT f/ SZA               Kiss Me More
40           MANIC STREET PREACHERS          Orwellian
41           OLIVIA RODRIGO              Jealousy, Jealousy
42           BLANKENBERGE No Sense
43           OMNIA Beautiful
44           BILLIE EILISH       Lost Cause
45           GREEN DAY         Pollyanna
46           NCT DREAM       Hot Sauce
47           JAKE BUGG         Lost
48           DUA LIPA             Levitating
49           WOLF ALICE        How Can I Make It Okay
50           MADDIE & TAE  Woman Got You
51           MARINA              Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land
52           JESSIE WARE       Please
53           BILLIE EILISH       Your Power
54           POPPY  Fear Of Dying (Jack off Jill)
55           BROTHERS OSBORNE      I'm Not For Everyone
56           LAURA MVULA  Got Me
57           OLIVIA RODRIGO              Favorite Crime
58           MARINA              Venus Fly Trap
59           LONDON GRAMMAR      Lord It's A Feeling
60           OLIVIA RODRIGO              Enough For You
61           LIL NAS X              Sun Goes Down
62           ANGELS & AIRWAVES     Euphoria
63           ONEREPUBLIC   Run
64           BELLA PAORCH  Build A Bitch
65           RINA SAWAYAMA f/ ELTON JOHN             Chosen Family
66           HIGHLIGHT         Not The End
67           JOYWAVE            Every Window Is A Mirror
68           MK         Chemical
69           TWENTY ONE PILOTS      Saturday.
70           AESPA   Next Level
71           PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING              People, Let's Dance
72           ST. VINCENT       Down
73           TINASHE              Pasadena
74           NOTHING BUT THIEVES  Futureproof
75           SLEATER KINNEY               Worry With You
76           SELF ESTEEM      I Do This All The Time
77           ASHLIE AMBER  Open
78           MARTIN GARRIX f/ BONO & THE EDGE    We Are The People
79           BREEZER               Alive
80           JORJA SMITH      Bussdown
81           OLIVIA RODRIGO              1 Step Forward, 3 Steps Back
82           MITCHELL TENPENNY     To Us It Did
83           RYAN HURD & MAREN MORRIS  Chasing After You
84           SAM FELDT f/ SAM FISCHER         Pick me Up
85           CHRIS STAPLETON           Cold
86           KENNYHOOPLA f/ TRAVIS BARKER            Hollywood Sucks
87           RAMKOT              Am I Alright Now
88           CHRIS MALINCHAK          Closer Every Day
89           LEON BRIDGES  Motorbike
90           ARIANA GRANDE             POV
91           COLISION            Hell Will Wait
92           EVERGLOW         First
93           GRIFF    One Foot In Front Of The Other
94           GARBAGE            No Gods No Masters
95           AGNES  24 Hours
96           CHRIS MORENO Shot At Your Heart
97           MAHMOOD        Klan
98           TA TOY BOY        Dark Fantasy
99           OLIVIA RODRIGO              Happier
100         TIX          Fallen Angel
Jun 1
The Door Is Open But Nobody's Entering

While “Leave The Door Open “ lost some points last time out, it rebounds 500 points on this chart, retaining its lead for all of April and May. Coldplay is actually on 1 more chart but is 2000 points behind at #2. They will need a bit more 'higher power' to challenge for the top spot. Jessie Ware matches the peak of her last single as the groove-tastic “Please” inches up 1 position. Years & Years moves into the top 5 with “Starstruck” while also debuting at #72 with his performance with Elton John at the Brit Awards of “It’s A Sin”. Just ahead of that song, debuting at #71 is another heritage artist, Duran Duran with “Invisible”.

The 2 highest debuts belong to the unstoppable Olivia Rodrigo with “Good 4 U” at #41 and Katy Perry at #44 with “Electric”. Rodrigo should see a big bump on the next chart, most likely joining her song “Déjà vu” (at #7) in the top 10. She is proving to be an interesting artist, not staying in one sonic lane, even if her music is total teenage girl angst. "Brutal", the lead song on her debut album “Sour”, is starting to impact at Alternative radio (“Déjà Vu” could as well).  “Electric” will be featured on the fall release of the “Pokemon 25” album that also will include Post Malone’s version of the Hootie & the Blowfish song “Only Wanna Be With You”.

Moving 35-14, DJ Regard joins forces with Australian Troye Sivan and Canadian Tate McRae on “You”, a song that just entered the U.S. Pop top 20 and UK top 40. At #18, up from 70, is the latest single from Pink, “All I Know So Far”. It is already top 5 in airplay in the UK while surprisingly it hasn’t yet hit the Hot AC chart in the States.

2 female artists that are trying to follow up monster songs also reach the top 25 this week. Elle King scored with “X’s and O’s” in 2014 and her fun top 25 Hot AC collaboration with Miranda Lambert, “Drunk (And I Don’t Want To Go Home”), rises 44-24. Alice Merton made her splash in 2016 with the ubiquitous “No Roots”. Her latest, “Vertigo”, moves 38-25 though it is faltering at radio.

The end of May usually sees a number of Eurovision entries impact the BR250. This year’s chart winner is Malta’s “Je Me Casse” From Destiny at #82 but the actual winner of the contest is the rocking “Zitti E Bouni” from Italy’s Maneskin at #233. This one should do quite well on my chart.

May 14
There's A Lot of Power Trending in May

These are the top 100 songs that are making gains at mid-month

Beyond Radio’s Trending 100, May 2021

POS/ARTIST/SONG/BR250

1              JESSIE WARE       Please   4

The songstress wasted no time replacing herself in the top 5 on the BR250. This new single will be included on the deluxe version of the album “What’s Your Pleasure?” in June called “Platinum Pleasure”. All of the top 3 trending songs have debuted in the top 25 on the BR250 this week. “Your Power” is Eilish’s third preview into her upcoming second album, “Happier Than Ever”, scheduled for a late July release. While Eilish talks about personal power, Coldplay is looking outward with their latest single.

2              BILLIE EILISH       Your Power        20

3              COLDPLAY           Higher Power    23

4              CHVRCHES          He Said She Said               12

The next 3 songs come from different areas of the Alternative universe. Chvrches delivers reliable synth-pop, Wolf Alice return to the harder side of their sound with “Smile” and 26 years in, the Chemical Brothers continue to burn up the dancefloor on this simmering track. Their pinnacle for me was “Galvanize” in 2005, peaking at #3.

5              WOLF ALICE        Smile     25

6              THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS            The Darkness That You Fear         49

7              LITTLE MIX          Confetti               56

Hit worthy Brits, both emanating from music competition shows, hold the next 2 spots. Since the release of the #1 “Cannonball” in 2011, the girl group Little Mix has churned out 26 top 20 singles in the UK. They were crowned the winners of the inaugural X Factor. Similarly in 2002, Will Young won the first Pop Idol crown and has laned 12 titles in the UK top 20, the last one was “Jealousy” in 2011.

8              WILL YOUNG      Daniel   64

9              PINK      All I Know So Far               70

Though the former 2 artists have had impressive careers in the UK, Pink is truly an international superstar. Her profile has been front and center over the past 6 months with collaborations with Keith Urban, Rag ‘n Bone Man and her daughter. On May 21 the documentary film “All I Know So Far” and the corresponding live album will be released. Her song that performed the best on my chart was my #2 song of the 2013/14 cycle, the ever so fun “Walk Of Shame”. It spent 8 weeks at #2 on my hcart, though both “Raise Your Glass’ and “Glitter in the Air” made it to #1.

10           LITTLE SIMZ        Introvert              41

The British rapper and singer makes a nice splash onto the BR250, moving 276-41 this week, increasing her chart totals from 5 to 15. The instrumentation on this song has the feel of a James Bond theme.

11           GARBAGE            No Gods No Masters      78

The seventh album of the same name by the ‘90s era Alt kingpins, will be released next month. The title song is their second to reach the top 100 with the lead track “The Men Who Rule The World” moving into the top 30 at #28. From Wikipedia, "This is our seventh record, the significant numerology of which affected the DNA of its content: the seven virtues, the seven sorrows, and the seven deadly sins," singer Shirley Manson explained, describing No Gods No Masters as "a critique of the rise of capitalist short-sightedness, racism, sexism and misogyny across the world."[

12           DOJA CAT f/ SZA               Kiss Me More    8

This song supposedly interpolates Olivia Newton-John’s “Physical”, but I have a hard time hearing it. Dua Lipa’s “Physical” also interpolates that song.

13           RINA SAWAYAMA f/ ELTON JOHN             Chosen Family   50

Elton John is an unabashed fan of Sawayama and lends his pipes to this heartfelt ballad about finding your tribe, a true LGBTQ anthem.

14           NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING BIRDS We're On Our Way Now 112

The former Oasis brother has a compilation album coming out next month, celebrating this band’s 10th anniversary. In 2015 their song “The Ballad Of The Mighty I” was my #1 song of the year.

15           AFROJACK & DAVID GUETTA       Hero      139

This collaboration between the Dutch and French producers sounds very 2012 to me, not necessarily a bad place to be.

16           ONEREPUBLIC   Run        140

17           WILLOW f/ TRAVIS BARKER          Transparant Soul              167

18           MACHINE GUN KELLY f/ KELLIN QUINN   Love Race            176

19           KYLIE MINOGUE               Dance Floor Darling         75

20           JAKE BUGG         Lost        181

21           KINGS OF CONVENIENCE              Rocky Trail           182

22           JACK SAVORETTI f/ NILE RODGERS            Who's Hurting Who         189

23           THE WEEKND f/ ARIANA GRANDE             Save Your Tears 5

24           TEXAS   Mr. Haze              42

25           COUNTING CROWS         Elevator Boots   174

Apr 30
The Earth and Mars, Remember Where You Are and Let's Have a Boilermaker, This is the BR250 for April 30

Bruno Mars et al have strengthened their lead against the pack, almost 2900 points over Wolf Alice’s #2 “The Last Man On Earth”. To put in perspective “Leave The Door Open” is on 65 charts and Wolf Alice has 40 charts. Speaking of ‘Earth’, I had been scratching my head about that song at first, but I obviously wasn’t really paying attention to it. Now that it is firmly in my brain, I can absolutely see the allure. It reminds me a bit of “Breathe Me” by Sia which spent 4 weeks at #1 on my chart in 2005! Can it be that long? That song is just breathtaking. Earth makes another appearance in the top 25 as Beabadoobee’s “Last Day On Earth” moves 28-17.

“Bed Head” moves up to #3 and has a good chance of reaching the top on my chart. That would surpass the #2 peak on my chart of “I’ve Got Friends” in 2009. Time is just speeding by me. Lil Nas X moves 12-4 with “Montero” which has the second most chart entries, on 44 overall. Jessie Ware has had some staying power with “Remember Where You Are” The song has been in the top 10 for 5 frames, since the Feb. 28 chart, peaking at #3 and the third in a row at #5.

Year & Years makes a nice jump from 51-10 with “Starstruck”. The song is currently #1 in airplay in the UK yet on the official UK chart it is only #56, quite a discrepancy. Alt-Pop fuels 2 other entries to the top 25. Japanese Breakfast’s “Be Sweet” lands at #19 and “Shy Away” by Twenty-One Pilots comes in at #23.

This chart we welcome another compilation chart to the mix, a Netherlands-based Facebook group called Chartfreaks. That chart definitely helped Wolf Alice achieve the runner-up position and aided other titles in the top 25 like Rag ‘N Bone Man” and London Grammar’s “How Does It Feel” up 20-14. Another song that was helped by that chart is the debut of Royal Blood’s “Boilermaker” at #40. That song is on 17 charts, with a debut at #1 on one of our contributors, another Facebook group Byrdbored, and 5 additional top 10 placements.

The highest debut in the top 100 belongs to Twenty-One Pilots but Doja Cat and Sza at #29 (up from 485) with “Kiss Me More”, has a much bigger increase. Other notable debuts in the top 100 are Marina at #51 with “Purge the Poison” and the return of Alice Merton at #61 with “Vertigo”. Another top 100 debut at #44 is “Keep Moving” by British electronic duo Jungle. One of the great things about Beyond Radio IMO, is that it does not correspond completely to official chart trends. “Keep Moving” (on 22 charts) has supposedly only charted in Belgium (at #56) and on the U.S. Dance chart (at #31). More interesting is that Wolf Alice (according to Wikipedia) has only reached the Mexican Airplay chart peaking at #23. It did not make the official UK chart though I imagine it has gotten Alternative radio airplay there.

**"Chosen Family" by Rina Sawayama & Elton John somehow got deleted from the mix. It should be #232.

 

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Beyond Radio Tim’s Top 150, May 2, 2021

LW/TW/ARTIST/SONG/PEAK/WEEKS
2 1 MANCHESTER ORCHESTRA Bed Head 1 9
The Atlanta band just released their 6th album since 2006, “The Million Masks Of God” on April 30.
1 2 THE LICKERISH QUARTET Sovereignty Blues 1(3) 15
The former Jellyfish members achieved their 2nd #1 on my chart, after last year’s “Lighthouse Spaceship”, both spending 3 weeks at #1. “Do You Feel Better” just slipped from 9-12 this week. Member Roger Manning Jr. recently also spent 3 weeks at #1 with “The Quickening” and is currently moving up with the very Partridge Family “Love’s Never Half As Good” moving 117-75, an almost assured top 10.
3 3 ONR f/ SARAH BARTHEL Must Stop 3(2) 10
Something about this song from Scotsman Robert David Shields just infiltrates my brain. The song reached the top 25 at Alternative radio earlier this year.
4 4 KEITH URBAN Forever 1(2) 14
I wasn’t sure if Urban would get a #1 song on my chart from his current album but here it is. I do enjoy it when he jams out on the guitar. His latest single, “Out The Cage”, reached #9 on my chart in December while “One Too Many” only made it to #37. ‘Cage’ is his most non-country song to date so we will see how it performs on radio.
5 5 1927 Tell Me A Story 3(3) 12
I resisted having this song hit #1 only because it is 30 years old. It totally brings me back to the INXS/Icehouse era.
7 6 LUCAS HAMMING Falling 5 13
I can’t remember how I came across this song from the Dutch singer and actor. It probably came on as a Spotify suggestion which I am certainly happy about. A nice slice of upbeat pop/rock.
10 7 BOSTON MANOR Brand New Kids 7 15
This is the 3rd song by the British pop/punk band to reach my top 10 in the last year, following “Ratking” and “Plasticine Dreams”.
13 8 FOO FIGHTERS Making A Fire 8 11
The Foos may have simultaneous top 10’s in the next few weeks as “Medicine At Midnight” moves up to #17 this week.
8 9 ALLIE X Glam! 7 12
The Canadian pop singer only reached my top 100 one other time, #62 in 2016 with “All The Rage”. In retrospect, that song should have gone much higher.
12 10 ONE NIGHT ONLY Say You Don't Want It 10 9
Another Spotify discovery, this band had a top 10 hit in the UK in 2008 with “Just For Tonight”. This single from 2010 reached #23.
6 11 YOU ME AT SIX Suckapunch 4 17
This Brit band just scored their highest charter on my chart with this. In 2014 they reached #10 with “Room To Breathe”.
9 12 THE LICKERISH QUARTET Do You Feel Better 9 16
16 13 THE CHAIN GANG OF 1974 Fall Into Me 13 8
This band is the synth-pop side of California native Kamtin Mohager. It will go top 10 next week. He has also been a member of Teenage Wrist and formed a new grungey band Heavenward last year. Teenage Wrist has had 9 songs on my chart, the highest chart “Taste Of Gasoline” at #50. Heavenward’s “Hole” reached #67 last November.
18 14 KYLE FALCONER Stress Ball 14 9
Another Scotsman, this is his first appearance on my chart. He was a member of the band The View that placed 3 songs in the UK top 20 in 2006/07, “Same Jeans” peaking at #3. Funny if you go to One Night Only’s Spotify page the View is a suggested similar band.
15 15 JESSIE WARE Remember Where You Are 15 10
The long-standing BR250 top 10 song gives Ware a 2nd song in my top 15. Last June “Spotlight” reached #10.
11 16 KAMERON MARLOWE Burn 'Em All 8 15
Singing competitions are fuel for a couple of up-and-coming Country artists on my chart. Marlowe was on “The Voice” in 2018 and at #19, Casey Barnes was on “Australian Idol” in 2009. Marlowe was on team Blake Shelton originally (Shelton’s “Minimum Wage” is a former 2 week #1 falling to #20 this week) but was ultimately stolen by Adam Levine.
21 17 FOO FIGHTERS Medicine At Midnight 17 10
22 18 ROOSEVELT Easy Way Out 18 8
26 19 CASEY BARNES Come Turn Me On 19 5
14 20 BLAKE SHELTON Minimum Wage 1(2) 14
27 21 MAMMOTH WVH You're To Blame 21 5
25 22 YOUNG RISING SONS Happy 22 9
23 23 THE SUNSET KIDS I Wanna Be 23 10
17 24 ROYAL BLOOD Typhoons 4(2) 15
32 25 CHAZ CARDIGAN Middle Of The Road 25 10
19 26 MAGIC GANG Somebody Like You 16 14
28 27 MARISHA WALLACE Faith 27 8
34 28 TONIC To Be Loved 28 7
20 29 MILLINGTON Snow Miser/Heat Miser 13 12
36 30 ESKIMO JOE 99 Ways 30 8
31 31 SON MIEUX 1992 30 12
37 32 ROOSEVELT Strangers 32 10
24 33 BARRY GIBB f/KEITH URBAN I've Gotta Get A Message To You 17 13
35 34 REZZ & GRABBITZ Someone Else 33 14
46 35 PANDAS & PEOPLE Bad Honey 35 6
56 36 ART D'ECCO Head Rush 36 5
60 37 DI-RECT Wild Hearts 37 3
29 38 FEE WAYBILL Faker 1(5) 18
41 39 IAN MOORE How Does It Feel 39 10
52 40 ELLE KING & MIRANDA LAMBERT Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home) 40 6
30 41 SMITH & BURROWS Parliament Hill 22 13
44 42 JIMMIE ALLEN f/ BRAD PAISLEY Freedom Was A Highway 42 11
45 43 THE NEW DIVISION Broken 43 8
42 44 AJR Way Less Sad 39 8
48 45 THE REYTONS Jealous Type 45 7
49 46 TOBYMAC Help Is On The Way 46 6
33 47 HUNTER HAYES The One That Got Away 20 13
43 48 DUA LIPA We're Good 40 8
47 49 EELKE I'm A Man 47 12
38 50 HONORARY ASTRONAUT Gold 32 16
50 51 I DON'T KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME New Invention 50 11
53 52 THE HOLY Museum Of Modern Hearts 52 5
96 53 WOLF ALICE The Last Man On Earth 53 2
39 54 KYLIE MINOGUE Real Groove 31 12
51 55 KINGS OF LEON The Bandit 51 9
55 56 MATT SIMONS Better Tomorrow 55 8
59 57 NICK JONAS This Is Heaven 5 6
79 58 LINCOLN BREWSTER Move 58 3
62 59 BRUNO MARS, ANDERSON.PAAK & SILK SONIC Leave The Door Open 59 6
58 60 BLACK VEIL BRIDES Scarlet Cross 58 12
65 61 THE ELECTRIC SOFT PARADE Left Behind 61 6
71 62 JAKE HOOT f/ KELLY CLARKSON I Would've Loved You 62 4
40 63 GIANT Don't Leave Me In Love 26 14
75 64 LADY A Like A Lady 64 4
54 65 RAG'N'BONE MAN All You Ever Wanted 52 10
69 66 BROTHERS OSBORNE Skeletons 66 7
85 67 YEARS & YEARS Starstruck 67 3
68 68 RED RUM CLUB Ballerino 68 7
64 69 KEHLI Hypnotized 64 11
66 70 THE MAYFIELD FOUR Eden (Turn The Page) 61 14
70 71 SMALLPOOLS Simulation 68 14
84 72 YOUNG RISING SONS Sunday Sunshine 72 3
77 73 CONAN GRAY Overdrive 73 5
61 74 TEENAGE WRIST Yellowbelly 57 12
117 75 ROGER MANNING JR. Love's Never Half As Good 75 2
74 76 QUANTIC Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five 71 11
76 77 HONEYMOON SUITE Find What You're Looking For 76 9
78 78 MOLLY AND THE KRELLS Expectations 78 13
80 79 CHEVELLE Self Destructor 79 10
89 80 JAMES NEWMAN Embers 80 5
93 81 FEE WAYBILL Meant To Be Alone 81 5
57 82 MERCYME Say I Won't 7 16
86 83 HANSON Got A Hold On Me 83 8
95 84 BABY STRANGE Club Sabbath 84 3
82 85 LAKE STREET DIVE Hypotheticals 82 8
94 86 NORMANDIE Babylon 86 4
111 87 LIFEHOUSE Cut & Run 87 2
87 88 PUSH BABY Holding On Is Holding You Back 85 9
98 89 GHOST Life Eternal 89 3
90 90 RADKEY Seize 90 11
100 91 PHIL WICKHAM Battle Belongs 91 3
63 92 ERIC CHURCH Hell Of A View 29 21
92 93 BIFFY CLYRO Space 91 13
67 94 RED CITY RADIO Apocalypse, Please! 65 10
105 95 ALMOST MONDAY Live Forever 95 4
99 96 GARY ALLAN Waste Of A Whiskey Drink 96 5
141 97 THE SHERLOCKS End Of The Earth 97 2
109 98 THE BAND CAMINO 1 Last Cigarette 98 3
97 99 JASON ISBELL & THE 400 UNIT Overseas 97 9
148 100 PENDULUM Come Alive 100 2
73 101 THE TEMPER TRAP Thick As Thieves 3 21
139 102 SEMISONIC Don't Make Up Your Mind 102 2
101 103 ZOLAS I Feel The Transition 101 6
124 104 THE NIGHT GAME Beautiful Stranger 104 2
72 105 BLACK PUMAS Colors 30 22
106 106 TYLER JOE MILLER Fighting 106 5
127 107 IMAGINE DRAGONS Follow You 107 2
165 108 ROOSEVELT Closer To My Heart 108 1
108 109 FOREST BLAKK If You Love Her 104 9
181 110 TWENTY ONE PILOTS Shy Away 110 1
147 111 BROTHERS OSBORNE I'm Not For Everyone 111 2
126 112 WEEZER It's Always Sunny In Bikini Bottom 112 4
121 113 WILD YOUTH Champagne Butterflies 113 4
133 114 ROOSEVELT Lovers 114 3
81 115 THE SEAHORSES Blinded By The Sun 63 15
123 116 JUDE COLE Taking Away My Home 116 3
114 117 LILHUDDY The Eulogy Of You And Me 114 5
119 118 CHRIS CORNELL Showdown 118 4
188 119 ST. VINCENT Pay Your Way In Pain 119 1
83 120 PAUL MIDDLETON When Love Takes Over 67 14
118 121 KID BLOOM Wounded/Surrounded 117 9
130 122 BEAR GHOST Big Town Banky Blaine's Rockabilly BBQ 122 4
new 123 MERCYME Whiplash 123 1
91 124 THE SNUTS Fatboy Slim 41 17
131 125 GHOST OF VROOM f/ MIKE DOUGHTY I Hear The Ax Swinging 125 4
88 126 ALL AMERICAN REJECTS Me Vs. The World 84 10
143 127 ROGER MANNING JR. Funhouse 127 2
164 128 DAUGHTRY Heavy Is The Crown 128 1
129 129 SPORTS TEAM Camel Crew 121 8
150 130 TEENAGE WRIST New Emotion 130 2
116 131 YUNGBLUD Mars 106 6
136 132 MID CITY Good For It 128 6
102 133 THE KNOCKS f/ FOSTER THE PEOPLE All About You 38 17
137 134 TOAD THE WET SPROCKET Starting Now 130 6
138 135 SAM THE ASTRONAUT Monster Squad (Love So Crazy) 135 5
110 136 THE SNUTS Somebody Loves You 103 7
120 137 RADKEY Underground 113 9
162 138 PAERISH Archives 138 1
193 139 THE BLUE STONES One By One 139 1
197 140 FEE WAYBILL How Dare You 140 1
149 141 PETRIC Kids 141 3
196 142 THE TREWS I Wanna Play 142 1
104 143 TEN TONNES Girl Are You Lonely Like Me? 98 13
140 144 YUKON BLONDE YGTT 140 4
153 145 JUSTIN BIEBER Hold On 145 1
145 146 CITIZEN I Want To Kill You 133 5
180 147 CORY WONG & CODY FRY Coming Back Around 147 1
146 148 MAXIMO PARK All Of Me 142 4
161 149 MIKE SHINODA, IANN DIOR & UPSAHL Happy Endings 149 1
128 150 COCO & THE BUTTERFIELDS Night Avenue 72 13
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Hot Ac Monthly Ranking  

LCTCArtistSong
21COLDPLAYHigher Power
NEW 2OLIVIA RODRIGOGood 4 U
133DURAN DURANInvisible
14BRUNO MARS, ANDERSON.PAAK & SILK SONICLeave The Door Open
35PINKAll I Know So Far
86KATY PERRYElectric
207DOJA CAT f/ SZAKiss Me More
738MARSHMELLO f/ JONAS BROTHERSLeave Before You Love Me
69ELLE KING & MIRANDA LAMBERTDrunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)
410YEARS & YEARSStarstruck

Monthly Pop  

LCTCArtistSong
121OLIVIA RODRIGOGood 4 U
352GALANTIS f/ DAVID GUETTA & LITTLE MIXHeartbreak Anthem
53REGARD f/ TROYE SIVAN & TATE MCRAEYou
44DOJA CAT f/ SZAKiss Me More
25YEARS & YEARSStarstruck
36OLIVIA RODRIGODeja Vu
17BRUNO MARS, ANDERSON.PAAK & SILK SONICLeave The Door Open
88THE WEEKND f/ ARIANA GRANDESave Your Tears
NEW 9CALVIN HARRIS f/ TOM GRENNANBy Your Side
710BILLIE EILISHYour Power

Monthly Dance  

LCTCArtistSong
NEW 1JESSIE WAREHot N Heavy
382GALANTIS f/ DAVID GUETTA & LITTLE MIXHeartbreak Anthem
53YEARS & YEARSStarstruck
14REGARD f/ TROYE SIVAN & TATE MCRAEYou
25THE CHEMICAL BROTHERSThe Darkness That You Fear
86DADI FREYR10 Years
607AGNES24 Hours
128AFROJACK & DAVID GUETTAHero
NEW 9CALVIN HARRIS f/ TOM GRENNANBy Your Side
38010DUA LIPALove Again

Monthly Urban  

LCTCArtistSong
21LITTLE SIMZIntrovert
12BRUNO MARS, ANDERSON.PAAK & SILK SONICLeave The Door Open
43DOJA CAT f/ SZAKiss Me More
64THE WEEKND f/ ARIANA GRANDESave Your Tears
255LIL NAS XSun Goes Down
56LIL NAS XMontero (Call Me By Your Name)
37MASKED WOLFAstronaut in The Ocean
118JUSTIN BIEBER f/ DANIEL CAESAR & GIVEONPeaches
5610JORJA SMITHBussdown

Rock Monthly Ranking  

LCTCArtistSong
641MANESKINZitti E Bouni
172FOO FIGHTERSMaking A Fire
253GREEN DAYPollyanna
14ROYAL BLOODTyphoons
NEW 5VOLBEATWait A Minute My Girl
116WOLF ALICESmile
97MAMMOTH WVHDon't Back Down
38DAUGHTRYHeavy Is The Crown
29ROYAL BLOODBoilermaker
1010GRETA VAN FLEETHeat Above

Country Monthly Ranking  

LCTCArtistSong
21ELLE KING & MIRANDA LAMBERTDrunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)
12KELSEA BALLERINI f/ KENNY CHESNEYHalf Of My Hometown
43RYAN HURD & MAREN MORRISChasing After You
104MADDIE & TAEWoman Got You
35CHRIS YOUNG f/ KANE BROWNFamous Friends
286THOMAS RHETTCountry Again
87LAUREN ALAINA f/ JON PARDIGetting Over Him
338BRETT YOUNGNot Yet
59MIRANDA LAMBERTSettling Down
7710BROTHERS OSBORNEI'm Not For Everyone

Ac Monthly Ranking  

LCTCArtistSong
11JESSIE WAREPlease
22BRUNO MARS, ANDERSON.PAAK & SILK SONICLeave The Door Open
33RINA SAWAYAMA f/ ELTON JOHNChosen Family
NEW 4JESSIE WAREHot N Heavy
85ELTON JOHN f/ YEARS & YEARSIt's A Sin
NEW 6PINKAll I Know So Far
57WILL YOUNGDaniel
NEW 8LAURA MVULAGot Me
109TEXASMr. Haze
1410BARBARA PRAVIVoila

Alternative Monthly Ranking  

LCTCArtistSong
NEW 1CHVRCHES f/ ROBERT SMITHHow Not To Drown
12BILLIE EILISHYour Power
1023MANESKINZitti E Bouni
85JAPANESE BREAKFASTBe Sweet
26CHVRCHESHe Said She Said
67WOLF ALICESmile
48TWENTY ONE PILOTSShy Away
239JAKE BUGGLost
42310OLIVIA RODRIGOBrutal

Aaa Monthly Ranking  

LCTCArtistSong
11COLDPLAYHigher Power
22MANCHESTER ORCHESTRABed Head
74JAPANESE BREAKFASTBe Sweet
405BLEACHERSStop Making This Hurt
106MODEST MOUSEWe Are Between
37ALICE MERTONVertigo
398MANIC STREET PREACHERSOrwellian
259JAKE BUGGLost
8910SHARON VAN ETTEN f/ ANGEL OLSENLike I Used To