LCTCArtistSong
91CALVIN HARRIS f/ DUA LIPAOne Kiss
12JANELLE MONAEMake Me Feel
383ARIANA GRANDENo Tears Left To Cry
24ZEDD f/ MAREN MORRIS & GREYThe Middle
65SHAWN MENDESIn My Blood
46TAYLOR SWIFTDelicate
37THE WEEKND & KENDRICK LAMARPray For Me
108NIALL HORANOn The Loose
149MEGHAN TRAINORNo Excuses
1110YEARS & YEARSSanctify
811GEORGE EZRAParadise
2212DAVID GUETTA f/ SIAFlames
713KENDRICK LAMAR f/ SZAAll The Stars
1614MARSHMELLO & ANNE-MARIEFriends
2015MUSEThought Contagion
3516PANIC! AT THE DISCOSay Amen (Saturday Night)
1517DUA LIPAIDGAF (I Don't Give A)
2818CHARLIE PUTH f/ KEHLANIDone For Me
1919ALICE MERTONNo Roots
2920FOSTER THE PEOPLESit Next To Me
1321CHVRCHESGet Out
1222KYLIE MINOGUEDancing
3123JAMES BAYPink Lemonade
8924CARRIE UNDERWOODCry Pretty
3325BAZZIMine
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May 24
Kiss your Tears Away

The BR250, May 21 2018

The combo of Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa makes a nice jump from 9-1 displacing 6 week reigner Janelle Monae. Also surging in a big way is Ariana Grande with “No Tears Left To Cry” up 38-3. With that kind of momentum it could displace “One Kiss” on the next chart.

Grande possesses one of seven new titles in the top 25 including Panic At The Disco!, Charlie Puth, Foster The People, James Bay, Carrie Underwood and Bazzi. Underwood sees the biggest increase, moving 89-24 followed by Panic with a 35-16 jump.

With a 22-12 move Sia reaches the top 15 for the 1st time since last October when her collab with Zayn “Dusk Til Dawn” reached #9. It’s been quite a bit longer for David Guetta who hasn’t been at this level for at least 3 years.

Speaking of Zayn he sees the highest new entry in the top 100 with his current single “Let Me”, up 80 points from 128-48. Not far behind is the controversial “This Is America” by Childish Gambino. Billboard’s current Hot 100 #1 enters the list at #59.

Other notable entries to the top 100 include Friendly Fires “Love Like Waves” (292-72), Celine Dion’s “Ashes (736-73) and Florence + The Machine’s “Hunger” (541-76).

     

9          1          CALVIN HARRIS f/ DUA LIPA      One Kiss

1          2          JANELLE MONAE   Make Me Feel

38        3          ARIANA GRANDE  No Tears Left To Cry

2          4          ZEDD f/ MAREN MORRIS & GREY          The Middle

6          5          SHAWN MENDES    In My Blood

4          6          TAYLOR SWIFT       Delicate

3          7          THE WEEKND & KENDRICK LAMAR    Pray For Me

10        8          NIALL HORAN        On The Loose

14        9          MEGHAN TRAINOR           No Excuses

11        10        YEARS & YEARS    Sanctify

8          11        GEORGE EZRA        Paradise

22        12        DAVID GUETTA f/ SIA       Flames

7          13        KENDRICK LAMAR f/ SZA            All The Stars

16        14        MARSHMELLO & ANNE-MARIE Friends

20        15        MUSE Thought Contagion

35        16        PANIC! AT THE DISCO      Say Amen (Saturday Night)

15        17        DUA LIPA     IDGAF (I Don't Give A)

28        18        CHARLIE PUTH f/ KEHLANI        Done For Me

19        19        ALICE MERTON      No Roots

29        20        FOSTER THE PEOPLE        Sit Next To Me

13        21        CHVRCHES  Get Out

12        22        KYLIE MINOGUE    Dancing

31        23        JAMES BAY  Pink Lemonade

89        24        CARRIE UNDERWOOD      Cry Pretty

33        25        BAZZI Mine

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May 14
Leading ladies on the latest Untapped Top 250

The top 10 is ruled by the ladies on this week’s Untapped Resources chart. 2 female led bands rise to the top 2 positions and ironically the singers collaborated on the song “Bury It” from Chvrches previous album “Every Open Eye”.

 

Jesse McCartney started his career on the soap opera “All My Children” and then joined the boy band Dream Street in 1999. “Better With You” prevoews his upcoming 6th studio album.

 

The color pink occupies the next 2 spots with Janelle Monae’s “Pynk” moving 50-4 and Pink’s “Whatever You Want”, already released internationally as her next single and set to impact radio here later this month, rises 37-5.

 

The latest UK single from Paloma Faith, a remake of Mama Cass’ “Make Your Own Kind Of Music” from 1969 jumps 74-6. The original song, surprisingly only peaked at 36 on the Billboard chart and never made the official UK chart.

 

The moves of the top 6 displace Kacey Musgraves and Lorde by 2 positions with Kim Wilde falling from 1-10 mostly due to a surge on the BR250 from 114-68.

 

Rounding out the top 10 is the latest single from Franz Ferdinand, up 237-9 and the first from the album “Always Ascending” to reach the UR top 10. In January the title track reached #17 on the BR250 and the next single “Feel The Love Go” peaked at #50 on the BR250 in February.

 

51      1        CHVRCHES        Never Say Die       429.6 1        3        8

8        2        PARAMORE        Rose-Colored Boy 427.284       2        11      19

187    3        JESSE MCCARTNEY   Better With You   423.05         3        3        10

50      4        JANELLE MONAE f/ GRIMES        Pynk  421.2 4        3        10

37      5        PINK Whatever You Want      419.24         5        21      17

74      6        PALOMA FAITH Make Your Own Kind Of Music        418.365       6        3          12

5        7        KACEY MUSGRAVES High Horse 417.396       5        5        18

6        8        LORDE      Supercut     414.63         6        20      14

237    9        FRANZ FERDINAND   Glimpse Of Love   413.64         9        3        10

1        10      KIM WILDE        Kandy Krush        403.65         1(2)    5        16

207    11      DMA'S        For Now      403.1 11      3        7

26      12      KYLIE MINOGUE        Raining Glitter     394.05         12      5        11

716    13      CHVRCHES        Miracle       392.47         13      1        11

3        14      MNEK        Tongue        389.115       3        5        10

7        15      YOUNG FATHERS       In My View 387    5        11      5

9        16      JESSICA MAUBOY      We Got Love        374.75         9        5        11

12      17      THE CHAINSMOKERS         You Owe Me         371.43         12      9        9

30      18      KYGO f/ MIGUEL        Remind Me To Forget    366.39         18      3        15

13      19      FLORENCE & THE MACHINE      Sky Full Of Song  361.65         13      3          14

18      20      JOHN NEWMAN Fire In Me   360.981       4        5        10

23      21      SLAVES     I'd Rather See Your Star Explode     359.8 14      13      7

147    22      ASYLUMS  When We Wake Up        359.2 22      3        6

15      23      EVERYTHING EVERYTHING       Breadwinner         358.59         9        7          14

20      24      FRATELLIS        Starcrossed Losers         354.09         3        9        11

54      25      VIRTUAL SELF  Ghost Voices         352.65         25      11      6

Apr 30
Ladies leading the roost

The BR250, Apr. 23 2018

Both the BR250 and UR 250 see female artists at the top. Janelle Monae notches a third week atop the BR250, solidifying a strong lead over the competition. The song is on 18 more charts that the next contender, Zedd and Maren Marris’ pop smash “The Middle” at #3. It is important to note that “Make Me Feel” has sadly stagnated at radio, only managing the lower reaches of the top 40 on numerous U.S. airplay charts, top 25 airplay in the UK and only reaching #99 on Billboard’s Hot 100. It’s 80’s Prince influence is unmistakable, and I think good counter programming in a number of formats.

On the UR250 another 80’s sound, new wave pop blasts into the top spot as Kim Wilde’s “Kandy Krush” zooms from 169-1 on this week’s chart

The best moves near the top of the BR250 belong to Taylor Swift (22-8) and Niall Horan (25-14).

Moving up to #5, George Ezra’s “Paradise” has seen similar success in numerous European territories and is currently in the AAA top 15 in the U.S.

1          1          JANELLE MONAE   Make Me Feel

2          2          BRUNO MARS & CARDI B Finesse

6          3          ZEDD f/ MAREN MORRIS & GREY          The Middle

3          4          THE WEEKND & KENDRICK LAMAR    Pray For Me

9          5          GEORGE EZRA        Paradise

4          6          KENDRICK LAMAR f/ SZA            All The Stars

8          7          KYLIE MINOGUE    Dancing

22        8          TAYLOR SWIFT       Delicate

10        9          TROYE SIVAN         My My My!

5          10        JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE f/ CHRIS STAPLETON    Say Something

14        11        MEGHAN TRAINOR           No Excuses

7          12        CHVRCHES  Get Out

12        13        DUA LIPA     IDGAF (I Don't Give A)

25        14        NIALL HORAN        On The Loose

11        15        MUSE Thought Contagion

13        16        ALICE MERTON      No Roots

23        17        YEARS & YEARS    Sanctify

31        18        SHAWN MENDES    In My Blood

20        19        IMAGINE DRAGONS          Whatever It Takes

15        20        LIAM PAYNE & RITA ORA           For You

16        21        BEBE REXHA f/ FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE       Meant To Be

26        22        CAMILA CABELLO Never Be The Same

17        23        MARSHMELLO & ANNE-MARIE Friends

30        24        PEARL JAM  Can't Deny Me

21        25        RUDIMENTAL f/ JESS GLYNNE, MACKLEMORE & DAN CAPLEN  These Days 

The Untapped Resources 250, Apr. 23 2018

Krushing the competition, 80’s new wave pop goddess brings back the early 80’s sound on her latest single. Another retro style, 70’s R&B/Jazz vaults up to #2 and into the AAA radio top 10 bringing Leon Bridges to that same radio space for a second time this year.

Moving from 18-3 is UK singer and producer MNEK’s R&B/Dance-Pop jam “Tongue”. The next 3 titles range from straight forward rock from Foo Fighters, a different direction for country darling Kacey Musgraves (rhythmic country pop) and assumingly spurred by a Alt-Hip Hop remix, Lorde’s “Spercut”.

Rounding out the new titles in the top 10 Paramore’s latest “Rose Colored Boy” moves 51-8 and Australian pop diva Jessica Mauboy’s “We Got Love” is up 56-9. She has placed 15 songs in the Australian top 15 since being’s runner-up on the fourth season of Australian Idol in 2006.

Two songs remain in the top 10 from the last chart with both remaining relatively steady on the BR250 this week, Young Fathers moving 128-130 and Teenage Wrist 117-119.

Just outside the top 15 are a couple of female singers who probably won’t remained untapped for long. Florence Welch is back at #13 with the Machine and a new ballad “Sky Full of Song” released on 7” vinyl to coincide with this year’s Record Store Day. The true follow up to the now ubiquitous “No Roots” one of the longest running songs on the BR250, Alice Merton’s “Lash Out” rises to #14. Interesting that their voices are not that dis-similar.

 

169    1        KIM WILDE        Kandy Krush        480.7 1        3        13

114    2        LEON BRIDGES Bad Bad News      465    2        3        14

18      3        MNEK        Tongue        448.1 3        3        12

15      4        FOO FIGHTERS The Line     447.264       4        15      11

224    5        KACEY MUSGRAVES High Horse 445.848       5        3        14

12      6        LORDE      Supercut     432.28         6        18      12

5        7        YOUNG FATHERS       In My View 431.2 5        9        6

51      8        PARAMORE        Rose-Colored Boy 431.082       8        9        21

56      9        JESSICA MAUBOY      We Got Love        419.9 9        3        12

1        10      TEENAGE WRIST        Dweeb         418.545       1(2)    7        8

28      11      LOUISA f/ 2 CHAINZ   Yes    418.3 11      3        12

38      12      THE CHAINSMOKERS         You Owe Me         415.35         12      7        10

new   13      FLORENCE & THE MACHINE      Sky Full Of Song  415.35         13      1          9

1373  14      ALICE MERTON Lash Out     414.49         14      1        14

9        15      EVERYTHING EVERYTHING       Breadwinner         414.24         9        5          11

33      16      NOT3S f/ MABEL          Fine Line    413.32         3        9        14

20      17      KACEY MUSGRAVES Space Cowboy      410.76         17      7        11

4        18      JOHN NEWMAN Fire In Me   407.826       4        3        12

25      19      CARRIE UNDERWOOD f/ LUDACRIS     The Champion      401.28         1(2)          13      12

3        20      FRATELLIS        Starcrossed Losers         399.24         3        7        13

2        21      EDITORS   Hallelujah (So Low)       398.88         2        7        11

27      22      BECK         Colors         397.08         22      23      11

14      23      SLAVES     I'd Rather See Your Star Explode     386.2 14      11      6

6        24      WE ARE SCIENTISTS  One In, One Out   383.9 6        5        8

92      25      THE WEEKND    Call Out My Name         373.212       25      3        20

Apr 16
Volatility is the name of the game on the UR 250

The Untapped Resources 250, Apr. 9 2018

Lots of upheaval at the top of the chart with only 1 song remaining in the top 10 from the last chart. The top 10 is dominated by the British Isles and even though the band at #1 is from L.A. they owe much to Britain’s Catherine Wheel on the song “Dweeb”. At #2 UK alt-rockers the Editors have had all 6 of their albums reach the UK top 10. Scottish band the Fratellis rose to prominence in the mid-aughts, the same time as the Editors and have had 3 songs from their current album reach the UR top 100.

Making a big jump into the top 5, Uk’s John Newman scores 5 years after his “1 song “Love Me Again” in 2013. Another Scottish outfit, Young Fathers are at the center of the Alternative Hip Hop movement. At #6 , Brooklyn’s We Are Scientists, again emerging a little over a decade ago, have seen their biggest success in England, scoring their biggest hit, “After Hours” in 2008.

Another large mover, Northern Ireland’s Snow Patrol have been absent since 2011 but are receiving out of the box airplay for their new single “Don’t Give In”. Country critical darling Kacey Musgraves is also back, placing 2 new songs in the top 20 this week. Both “Butterflies” and “Space Cowboy” at #20 lean to the more traditional song she is accustomed to. Another new song “High Horse” goes in a very different pop-country direction with a dance undercurrent and could prove to be her biggest radio hit.

Rounding out the new top 10 entries Manchester’s Everything Everything have now amassed 4 top 11 songs since last August.

LC/TC/ARTIST/Song/Peak/Points/Weeks/Charts <

33      1        TEENAGE WRIST        Dweeb         438.95         1        5        7

13      2        EDITORS   Hallelujah (So Low)       411.28         2        5        10

37      3        FRATELLIS        Starcrossed Losers         410.9 3        5        8

1677  4        JOHN NEWMAN Fire In Me   405.7 4        1        11

21      5        YOUNG FATHERS       In My View 405.25         5        7        6

58      6        WE ARE SCIENTISTS  One In, One Out   396.7 6        3        9

1318  7        SNOW PATROL  Don't Give In        396.4 7        1        12

29      8        KACEY MUSGRAVES Butterflies   394.36         8        3        13

183    9        EVERYTHING EVERYTHING       Breadwinner         393.03         9        3          11

3        10      PINK Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken  390.84         3        9        8

22      11      JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE         Supplies      389.6 11      11      12

24      12      LORDE      Supercut     385.72         12      16      11

new   13      DAVID GUETTA f/ SIA Flames        384.7 13      1        14

28      14      SLAVES     I'd Rather See Your Star Explode     383.8 14      9        5

66      15      FOO FIGHTERS The Line     382.635       15      13      13

60      16      BLOSSOMS         I Can't Stand It    380.4 16      3        12

4        17      UNKNOWN MORTAL ORCHESTRA       American Guilt     373.68         4          7        7

301    18      MNEK        Tongue        370.45         18      1        12

34      19      VANCE JOY        We're Going Home         363.75         19      9        8

71      20      KACEY MUSGRAVES Space Cowboy      361.55         20      5        8

115    21      DJANGO DJANGO       Surface To Air      361.45         21      5        8

10      22      KAREN O & MICHAEL KIWANUKA      Yo! My Saint        360    4        7          5

7        23      ALAN JACKSON The Older I Get    355.84         7        15      6

1        24      SAARA AALTO   Monsters     352.824       1(2)    5        12

20      25      CARRIE UNDERWOOD f/ LUDACRIS     The Champion      349.592       1(2)          11      9

Apr 3
Eurovision, Psychedelia and Country dominate the UR top 10 along with a sprinkle of female superstars and punk

The Untapped Resources 250, Mar. 26 2018

It’s Eurovision time again and Finland’s Saara Aalto moves into the top spot with the countries entry “Monsters”.  At #2 is Australia’s Delta Goodrem’s latest single. She has placed 9 songs at #1 in her homeland since 2003. At #4 modern psychedelia is represented by New Zealander’s Unknown Mortal Orchestra. 2 ballads from female superstars round out the top 5 this week.

At #6 Ash, a 25 year old alt band from Northern Ireland score with the punkish comeback “Buzzkill”.  In positions 7-9 are a trio of country artists, 2 veterans (Alan Jackson and Sara Evans) and one newcomer, Jillian Jacqueline. And falling from 4-10, we have Yeah Yeah Yeah’s vocalist Karen O’s collab with AAA artist Michael Kiwanuka. This one also has a decidedly psychedelic sound.

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LC/TC/ARTIST/Song/Peak/Weeks/Charts

7        1        SAARA AALTO   Monsters     479.76         1        3

17      2        DELTA GOODREM      Think About You  447.152       2        3

11      3        PINK Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken  442.08         3        7

9        4        UNKNOWN MORTAL ORCHESTRA       American Guilt     441.85         4          5

10      5        LADY GAGA       Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin?)       438.24          5        7

28      6        ASH  Buzzkill       432.04         6        5

23      7        ALAN JACKSON The Older I Get    418.8 7        13

14      8        SARA EVANS      All The Love You Left Me       415.92         6        9

40      9        JILLIAN JACQUELINE         Reasons       414.9 9        5

4        10      KAREN O & MICHAEL KIWANUKA      Yo! My Saint        411.75         4          5

31      11      LILY ALLEN f/ GIGGS Trigger Bang        410.35         11      13

24      12      PARAMORE        Rose-Colored Boy 402.9 12      5

211    13      EDITORS   Hallelujah (So Low)       401.7 13      3

12      14      SHEPPARD         Coming Home      398.025       4        15

6        15      AXWELL & INGROSSO f/ TREVOR GUTHRIE         Dreamer     392.89          6        13

27      16      SIGALA & PALOMA FAITH Lullaby       392.58         16      3

30      17      FRANK TURNER         1933  392.175       17      3

20      18      DJANGO DJANGO       In Your Beat         385.8 18      13

46      19      THE CHAINSMOKERS         Sick Boy      384.876       19      7

5        20      CARRIE UNDERWOOD f/ LUDACRIS     The Champion      382.04         1(2)          9

13      21      YOUNG FATHERS       In My View 366.1 13      5

15      22      JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE         Supplies      362.925       15      9

26      23      ALAN WALKER f/ NOAH CTRUS & DIGITAL FARM ANIMALS All Falls Down 361.98         4        19

29      24      LORDE      Supercut     361.36         24      14

19      25      KIM WILDE        Pop Don't Stop     360.48         19      5

Country and AAA’s new voice Caitlyn Smith dominates my latest chart with 3 titles in the top 10, “Starfire” currently at #1, former #1 “Contact High” at #3 and the gorgeous “Tacoma” at #6. This artist deserves your attention.

 

Former #1 LCD Soundsystem’s “Tonite” continues to amuse at #2, a former 2 week #1. Love the insistent beat and lyrical content.  

After 28 weeks Smallpools finally reach the top 5 with “Centerfold” clearly a song I have not tired of.  

Rounding out the top 5 is another from Canada’s July Talk who have definitely clicked with me in the past year.  

Another Canadian band that similarly has been doing very well for me is the Arkells. Their brand new song “People’s Champ” should ascend my chart rapidly.

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