22DUA LIPABreak My Heart
113HARRY STYLESWatermelon Sugar
34THE 1975If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know)
45THE WEEKNDIn Your Eyes
497THE KILLERSMy Own Soul's Warning
1015KATY PERRYDaisies
4116MICKEY GUYTONBlack Like Me
1418SAINT JHNRoses
1219THE ROLLING STONESLiving In A Ghost Town
1820THE WEEKNDBlinding Lights
2021FIONA APPLEShameika
2122TOPIC & A7SBreaking Me
1923KIM PETRASMalibu
2825REGARD f/ RAYESecrets
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Jul 15
Trending July, the Sound and Taste of Summer, Dance Beats, Industrial Sounds and Social Commentary; Alt Sub-Genres

These are the top 100 songs that are making gains at mid-month. To see the entire top 100 click the link above.

July 2020

Pos./ARTIST/song/BR250 Pos./Points

1              HARRY STYLES    Watermelon Sugar          3              1399.9

Appropriately a song that sounds like a breezy summer wind is the #1 trending song of July. The latest single from Styles that is showing up in top 10’s around the world was already a Beyond Radio hit when the album “Fine Line” was 1st released. It reached #22 in December of last year and is now at #3 on the BR250.

2              THE KILLERS        My Own Soul's Warning 7              1391.75

The 2nd official radio single from the Las Vegas band is already in the BR250 top 10 at #7 and top 15 at Alternative radio. It has that epic Killers sound, awash in synths and a driving beat.

3              BRING ME THE HORIZON              Parasite Eve        52           1318.15

You never know what to expect from this UK band. This song starts with African inspired chanting then goes into a sinister half-rap half-sung verse backed by ominous industrial flourishes and then an explosive chorus. In September 2018 they reached #24 on the BR250 with “Mantra”.

4              JOEL CORRY f/ MNEK      Head & Heart     69           1129.4

Corry rose to fame on an MTV reality series in the UK that was a spin-off of “Jersey Shore”. In 2019 he reached the UK top 10 with “Sorry” after it was featured in another UK reality series “Love Island”. This is his third single to reach the UK top 20.

5              BLACKPINK         How You Like That           62           975.4

The K-Pop girl group have received a number of Guinness World Records for this new single including the most viewed video on YouTube in a 24-hour period. Haha, How you like that?

6              CAMELPHAT f/ YANNIS      Hypercolour       76           965.4

This UK duo first appeared on Beyond Radio in late 2017 with “Cola” that peaked at #37 on the BR250 and made the top 20 in England. They have since reached the top 100 at Beyond Radio 6 times and just missed with a seventh, “Breathe” a #104 peak. This pulsating dance track )with Yannis, the vocalist from Foals) will be the first to reach my personal chart.

7              DOVES  Carousels            26           888.8

This ethereal indie rock trio from the UK had a #1 song on my personal chart in 2002 with “Caught By The River” and look to make their first appearance in my weekly top 150 since 2009 with the latest release “Prisoners” This moody percussive track should also follow suit.

8              NOTHING BUT THIEVES  Real Love Song  60           868.4

The second song to preview their upcoming album “Moral Panic” is a sweeping, synth-y mid-tempo ballad that reminds me of the Cure and other late 80’s bands. Once again the soaring vocals of lead singer Conor Mason take it to another level.

9              JESSIE WARE       Save A Kiss          8              834.45

Her fourth album “What’s Your Pleasure?” just debuted on the UK album chart at #3 and this week 5 songs appear in the BR250. Ware has eclipsed the #9 peak of “Spolight” earlier this year by moving to #8 with this breathy disco nugget. The synths evoke a more subdued Moroder feel than Donna Summer’s “I Feel Love”.

10           ERIC CHURCH     Stick That In Your Country Song 136         777.55

On an almost opposite end of the spectrum, the most adventurous artist in country music previews an upcoming album with a socially conscious and relevant single. Co-written by prolific songwriter Jeffrey Steele, this undoubtedly with bring him back to my top 10, marking his seventh appearance (including 3 #1’s). It is a true rocker that I’m sure has already stirred up controversy at Country radio. Hard to believe this was written prior to the pandemic and racial tensions of late. And in an unusual turn, he did not assist in the writing of this.

11           RASCAL FLATTS How They Remember You            104         711.25

Jeffrey Steele is responsible for a number of this band’s big hits. They just recently cancelled their farewell tour for obvious reasons. A new EP is coming out at the end of July with a possible album to follow.

12           KANYE WEST f/ TRAVIS SCOTT    Wash Us In The Blood    133         700.6

The latest presidential candidate preview’s his 10th studio album “God’s Country” with the second song here with industrial influence. And like #10, plenty of social commentary.

13           BECKY HILL & SIGALA     Heaven On My Mind       111         653.6

14           VICTORIA MONET            Experience         77           638.3

15           AJ TRACEY f/ MABEL       West Ten             176         628.6

16           KATY J PEARSON              Take Back The Radio       184         610

17           FONTAINES DC  Televised Mind 188         600

18           THE BETHS          Out Of Sight        189         599.4

19           SUFJAN STEVENS             America               194         594.4

20           MICKEY GUYTON              Black Like Me    16           555.7


Beyond Radio Alternative Sub-Genre Charts--July 15, 2020

Each of these charts (top 100’s) now have their own page found on the Monthly Genre Charts menu

Alt Pop/Electro

1              1              THE 1975              If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know) 12

2              2              TWENTY ONE PILOTS      Level Of Concern              14

10           3              PERFUME GENIUS           On The Floor      17

3              4              POWFU f/ BEABADOOBEE            Death Bed (Coffee For Your Head)            19

4              5              BENEE f/ GUS DAPPERTON          Supalonely          18

8              6              GLASS ANIMALS               Your Love (Deja Vu)        20

88           7              ERASURE             Hey Now (Think I Got A Feeling)                 5

9              8              RINA SAWAYAMA            XS           19

7              9              TAME IMPALA   Lost In Yesterday             28

17           10           THE STROKES     Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus           15

Retro Soul (R&B, Soul Pop, Jazz Pop, Disco, Throwback Hip Hop)

4              1              JESSIE WARE       Save A Kiss

1              2              DOJA CAT            Say So

new       3              VICTORIA MONET            Experience

9              4              ARLO PARKS       Black Dog

5              5              U.S. GIRLS           4 American Dollars

2              6              JESSIE WARE       Spotlight

new       7              JESSIE WARE       What's Your Pleasure?

3              8              THE MAMAS      Move

8              9              KIESZA  All Of The Feelings

14           10           SURFACES           Sunday Best


Adult Leaning Alternative

1              1              THE KILLERS        Caution

new       2              THE KILLERS        My Own Soul's Warning

2              3              FIONA APPLE     Shameika

5              4              PERFUME GENIUS           On The Floor

new       5              DOVES  Carousels

12           6              TRAVIS A Ghost

18           7              PHOEBE BRIDGERS          Kyoto

4              8              GLASS ANIMALS               Your Love (Deja Vu)

3              9              TAME IMPALA   Lost In Yesterday

10           10           THE STROKES     Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus


Alternative Hip Hop

1              1              TERRACE MARTIN & DENZEL CURRY         Pig Feet 6

6              2              RUN THE JEWELS f/ PHARRELL WILLIAMS & ZACK DE LA ROCHA   Ju$t        5

3              3              ROSALIA & TRAVIS SCOTT             TKN        6

17           4              FREDDIE GIBBS & THE ALCHEMIST            Something To Rap About              5

2              5              THE WEEKND     After Hours         21

40           6              YVES TUMOR     Romanticist        10

5              7              AJ TRACEY           Dinner Guest     11

8              8              RUN THE JEWELS              Ooh LA LA           15

37           9              JPEGMAFIA        Cutie Pie              5

10           10           24KGOLDN          City Of Angels    17



Alt Rock

3              1              WEEZER                Hero      10

2              2              KENNYHOOPLA How Will I Rest In Peace If I'm Buried by A Highway          21

6              3              BIFFY CLYRO       Tiny Indoor Fireworks    9

1              4              NOTHING BUT THIEVES  Is Everybody Going Crazy?           18

new       5              BRING ME THE HORIZON              Parasite Eve        2

new       6              NOTHING BUT THIEVES  Real Love Song  3

9              7              PEARL JAM         Retrograde         15

4              8              THE STROKES     Bad Decisions    21

new       9              IDLES     Grounds              3

10           10           BILLY TALENT     I Beg To Differ (This Will Get Better)        15



1              1              FIONA APPLE     Shameika            13

7              2              PHOEBE BRIDGERS          Kyoto    13

5              3              EVERYTHING EVERYTHING           Arch Enemy        8

new       4              IDLES     Grounds              3

4              5              IDLES     Mr. Motivator   8

3              6              EVERYTHING EVERYTHING           In Birdsong         11

2              7              FONTAINES DC  A Hero's Death  11

new       8              FONTAINES DC  Televised Mind 2

16           9              THE RADIO DEPT.             You Fear The Wrong Thing, Baby               15

122         10           FONTAINES DC  I Don't Belong    5


Roots AAA (Roots Rock, Americana, Folk, Heritage Pop)

1              1              THE ROLLING STONES    Living In A Ghost Town

7              2              HAIM    Don't Wanna

3              3              ALANIS MORISETTE         Diagnosis

8              4              KATIE PRUITT     Expectations

new       5              SEMISONIC         You're Not Alone

18           6              MATT MAESON Hallucinogenics

2              7              ALANIS MORISETTE         Smiling

4              8              MAREN MORRIS f/ HOZIER           The Bones

13           9              LAURA MARLING             Held Down

69           10           THE PRETENDERS             Didn't Want To Be This Lonely


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Jul 7
Party Like It's July 1970

Learn more about an era of music and the connections behind the songs. Interwoven with personal anecdotes, commentary and artist history. A unique way to tap into music nostalgia and discovery.

My Personal Chart Blog, July 1970


See my July 1970 chart here

The companion Spotify playlist has all the songs discussed in the blog that are available. Individual playlists for each blog entry are available on My YouTube Channel.


**Underlined songs were on my top 100 this month in 1970 & the number in parentheses is its position on the chart.


Part 1, Superstar Beginnings and Endings

Elton John/Take Me To The Pilot (1)

As was the case with the January 1970 chart Elton John claims the #1 slot. While he had released his 1st album “Empty Sky” in the UK in 1969 it was his self-titled 2nd album that brought him to the States and started his illustrious 5-decade career. Music researcher Joel Whitburn, who has chronicled the U.S. music charts for 50 years through a series of books, places John as the #3 artist of all-time. “Border Song (Holy Moses)” (15) was the 1st song released when the album hit in April and in the last verse (written by John instead of his songwriting partner Bernie Taupin) he speaks to matters that are almost more pertinent today than ever. "Holy Moses, let us live in peace/let us strive to find a way to make all hatred cease/there's a man over there. What's his colour I don't care/he's my brother let us live in peace."

While this was the 1st song that made a chart in any country for Elton (nothing from “Empty Sky” charted in the UK), it was the cover version of this song that performed better on the Billboard charts. His version reached #92 (#34 in Canada), while Aretha Franklin took it to #37 late in the year. The gospel-tinged song was certainly a perfect fit for.

The 2nd single released was “Rock and Roll Madonna” (9), a rollicking piano boogie stomper that was only released in the UK and again, did not make the official chart there. The b-side was an early version of “Grey Seal” (62) that re-surfaced in a more upbeat version on the 1973 album “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”. I do prefer that later version, coming in at #11 for the year in ’73. Soon after ‘Madonna’ a song called “From Denver To L.A.” was released. Not on the album, it was featured in the movie “The Games”. It was erroneously credited to Elton Johns and the single was withdrawn quickly because he and his record label objected to its release. It is now quite the collector’s item.

“Take Me To The Pilot”, certainly my favorite song from this album, was slated as the a-side of the next release with “Your Song” as the b-side. We all know how that played out. ‘Pilot’ received airplay mostly on FM album rock radio while “Your Song” became the pop standout earning him his 1st top 10 in the U.S. and 1st chart entry in England ever. I charted a live version of ‘Pilot’ from the 1987 album “Live In Australia with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra” and it again peaked at #1. In 2002 Ewan Macgregor’s version of “Your Song” from the movie “Moulin Rouge” went to #2 on my chart and it is now my preferred version. We’ll see how the original “Your Song” fares when we re-visit 1970 in December. In total I would chart 10 songs form John’s album including “The King Must Die” (72-debut), “Bad Side Of The Moon”, “I Need You To Turn To”, “Sixty Years On” and “The Cage”.

While his career was starting to escalate Joel Whitburn’s #2 artist of all-time, The Beatles, had just released their last studio album “Let It Be”.  The album was far from their strongest, especially after the previous “Abbey Road”. Interestingly this album was recorded prior to “Abbey Road”. Only 3 songs from this would make my chart. The Billboard #1 “Let It Be” (26) had made it to #5 on my chart in May and “The Long And Winding Road” (5) (their last #1 in the States) was, for a brief time in the late 70’s when I was truly absorbing all the Beatles catalog, my #1 song of all-time. “Across The Universe” was just outside my top 100 in July and would enter the following month.   

Read the rest here

Jun 30
A Milestone for the Beyond Radio Presents Podcast and Site Update

I've just expanded the monthly Genre, Hybrid, and Untapped charts from only 50 positions to the full charts. I have posted all the June charts. You no longer need to subscribe to the website to access additional content but I would ask that if you enjoy the charts, podcast, playlists, and blog that you consider contributing  via the member link or through Paypal (found to the right) so I can continue to keep these elements updated in a timely manner. This will also help me to make the pitches I am working on to gain more exposure for what I do here.

This is a really fun episode 2 years in the making. Wake up your music discovery genes and learn what we do on our podcasts. There is always laughter, there's always nostalgia, and there's always discovery. And this one features a lot of great under the radar artists. Watch the video to get an overview.


Beyond Radio Presents - Castlist 003 - Ep. 10 - Our Top 10's

The corresponding Spotify playlist for this Castlist now sports 150 songs that we talked about or used in these episodes.

Jun 22
Down the Rabbit Hole We Go, 2010 Part 3 and New Music Picks

Learn more about an era of music and the connections behind the songs. Interwoven with personal anecdotes, commentary and artist history. A unique way to tap into music nostalgia and discovery.

My Personal Chart, June 1, 2010

See my June 1, 2010 chart here

The companion Spotify playlist has all the songs discussed in the blog that are available. Individual playlists for each blog entry are available on My YouTube Channel.


My Personal Chart Blog, June 1, 2010

Part 3, Pop Got Punked and There Will Be Fall Out, Party Music and the Orbit Around Mars

Boys Like Girls/Heart Heart Heartbreak (3)


YouTube playlist with the songs from Part 3 (a total of 93 songs on this one, there's a lot of history here)


Aah, the aughts, and early 2010s saw a lot of boy bands under the Punk-Pop moniker and it certainly had an impact on me. This song had just dropped from #1 2 weeks earlier. The Boston area band emerged in 2007 with the top 10 Pop single “The Great Escape” and scored a couple of other top 25 hits in the following 2 years. Taylor Swift (I may get into my overall dislike of her at some point) helped bring them back to the Pop top 10 in late 2009 with “Two Is Better Than One”. Up to this point, the band did not register to a great degree, though they did make my 60 in 2009 with “Love Drunk”, another moderate Pop hit.

“Heart Heart Heartbreak” was their moment to shine on my chart with its huge hook. This one really never lets up the energy from beginning to end. It was their last Pop charter, reaching #31. It is a common occurrence that my favorite songs by an artist tend to not be their biggest hits. The song did make the music party top 40 at #36 the summer of 2010. For those uninformed, my annual music party, started in 1984, features a countdown of the top songs of the prior 12-month period, so June through May. The participants are mostly friends and usually in the 20-25 range so a song that is well-liked by a few people can make the lower reaches of the top 40.

The band released a final album in 2012 and made my chart 1 last time with “Be Your Everything”. Lead singer Martin Johnson re-surfaced in 2017 as the Night Game, a name he took from a Paul Simon song. His first single was “The Outfield” with backing vocals from Gotye, the artist who had the biggest song in the world in 2012, “Somebody That I Used To Know” (and also the #1 song at the summer 2012 party). It’s as if Gotye vanished after the success of that song, he never released another album. The funny thing about “The Outfield” is that it totally reminds me of the 80’s band of the same name, especially their song “Your Love”.

It was the more interesting song, “Once In A Lifetime” that would make it to #3 on my personal chart in December 2017. This one starts with a subdued, almost mysterious vocal style. It has a quality that is unlike any other song I can remember though I could hear Crowded House doing this song. His guitarist is from Australia (as is Gotye) so maybe that makes sense. Also, though sounding different, I can relate this to the late 80’s song “Welcome To The Boomtown” by David & David (the #3 song at the 1987 party). The Night Game just released a song on May 29 of this year called “Magic Trick”.

What is interesting to me is that Johnson co-wrote and produced songs for a lot of Pop artists over the last decade. These include Jason Derulo (“The Other Side”), Avril Lavigne (“Here’s To Never Growing Up”) and Elle King (“America’s Sweetheart”). He also is partially responsible for 2 other top 5 songs on my weekly chart, Lavigne’s “Rock N Roll” and Country artist Hunter Hayes’ “Yesterday’s Song”.

2 Canadian Punk-Pop bands from British Columbia were making some waves north of the border at the time. Faber Drive was discovered by Chad Kroeger of Nickelback (and husband of Avril Lavigne) in 2007. They were enjoying their biggest hit in 2009 with “G-Get Up And Dance”. 2 songs from 2007 made my top 20; “When I’m With You” and “Second Chance”.  

Hedley has had the more prosperous career though mired in some scandal. All 7 of their albums have made the Canadian top 10 and they have had 10 top singles as well. They splashed on the Canadian charts at #1 in 2005 with their first song “On My Own”. This was right after lead vocalist Jacob Hoggard’s third-place showing in 2004 on “Canadian Idol”. In 2009-10 they were riding high with “Cha-Ching” and “Perfect”. It wasn’t until 2014-15 that they reached my top 10 with “Crazy For You” and “Hello”. In recent years Hoggard and the band have been involved in sexual assault accusations which led to their management company dropping them and the band going on indefinite hiatus.

The Tallahassee band Mayday Parade joins the conversation with 3 connections to the Night Game and Johnson...Read the rest here


New Music to check out

Groovin' to some new funky blues from Fantastic Negrito.

Just about to start writing the next blog entry that will include Needtobreathe and here they are with a new song.

I'm liking this and "Fire in Bone" more than "Caution".


The fun little ditty reached #7 on my personal chart last December. It's just been sent to radio. It's also on the "Fun In The Country Music Therapy" playlist.

More fun in the country with the Brothers Osborne.

Jun 15
Gaga Nation is Trending in June

June 2020

1              LADY GAGA & ARIANA GRANDE Rain On Me        1              4814.45

With the debut of “Chromatica”, 12 of those songs make the Trending Top 100 for mid-June, including the top 2. The album also debuts at #1 on the Billboard 200, with Jimmy Buffet’s latest release coming in at #2! The strength of ‘Rain’ catapults it into the top position on the BR250 as well. Her collaborations don’t hurt either.

2              LADY GAGA f/ BLACKPINK            Sour Candy         28           1555

3              KATY PERRY        Daisies  11           1206.85

It’s an all-female trending top 5. It’s been a year since Perry was in the BR250 top 10 (#1 with “Never Really Over”) and she just misses it at #11 this week on the main chart.

4              MICKEY GUYTON              Black Like Me    71           1080.5

The Country singer debuts the timely “Black Like Me” and its release helps her other current single, “What Are You Gonna Tell Her?” move into the top 100 on the BR250 just behind at #75.

5              ELLIE GOULDING              Power   42           1035.7

The English songstress interpolates Dua Lipa’s “Be The One” on the 5th single to precede her July album “Brightest Blue”. David Paich of Toto gets a songwriting credit on this one.

6              BIFFY CLYRO       Tiny Indoor Fireworks    52           956.3

This is the third song in the last 4 months by the Brit band to make the trending top 10 and to reach the BR250’s top 60.

7              WEEZER                Hero      15           921.65

COVID songs abound and this is one of them. A second preview into the upcoming “Van Weezer” album, after last year’s “End of The Game”.

8              TOPIC & A7S       Breaking Me      27           916.7

This is currently the #3 song on the European airplay chart. It’s driving me crazy, part of the song sounds like another I can’t place.

9              HARRY STYLES    Watermelon Sugar          24           900.05

With its release as a radio single this song moves back into the top 25 on the main chart. It peaked at #22 in December an should surpass that on the next chart. This one sounds like a summer song.

10           LADY GAGA        Babylon                114         805.8

11           TRAVIS A Ghost 116         798.6

Back after 4 years, strummy as ever, but that leads to an effervescent chorus. Not a bad return at all.

12           SHINEDOWN      Atlas Falls            41           790

This uplifting rock ballad was originally recorded during the sessions for the 2012 “Amaryllis”. It was released in March to raise money for COVID relief and has so far raised 300K.

13           TERRACE MARTIN f/ DENZEL CURRY, DAYLYT, KAMASI WASHINGTON & G PERICO               Pig Feet 129         750.2

Producer and oft collaborator with Kendrick Lamar released this song (like Mickey Guyton) in response to police brutality.

14           KIM PETRAS        Malibu  50           739.1

15           ROSALIA & TRAVIS SCOTT             TKN        135         724.8

16           FOXES   Love Not Loving You       136         722.6

17           HAIM    Don't Wanna      123         690.8

18           MELANIE C          Blame It On Me 149         676.6

19           IDLES     Mr. Motivator   84           656

20           DADI FREYR         Think About Things          64           645.8

21           EVERYTHING EVERYTHING           Arch Enemy        121         634.2

22           LADY GAGA        Alice      161         627.5

23           MACHINE GUN KELLY     Bloody Valentine             77           605.1

24           LADY GAGA & ELTON JOHN          Sine From Above              174         595.9

25           JAKE BUGG         Rabbit Hole         182         582.2

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Beyond Radio Tim’s Top 150, June 14

1              1              HARRY STYLES   Falling  1(2)        12
The former 1D old soul reaches the #1 position for the2nd time after “Sign Of The Times”. He just missed the top 10 earlier this year with “Adore You” reaching #11 and “Treat People With Kindness” made it to #21 in March.
2              2              5 SECONDS OF SUMMER              Wildflower        1(3)        8
The boys have spent the last 6 weeks in the top 2. So much better than the stateside single “Old Me”, a non-starter for me. “No Shame” peaked at #12 last month.
5              3              LOTTERY WINNERS         Love Will Keep Us Together        3              5
The UK newcomers have placed 10 songs in my top 150 this year and this is looking like their third #1. Their album debuted on the UK chart at #23 in March but as of yet none of their singles have reached the top 100 there.
3              4              HANSON             In The City          3(3)        8
In doing my 2000 blog last month I re-discovered this song from the album “This Time Around”. A true rocker from the brothers that still sounds fantastic. The flute recalls Jethro Tull and John Popper of Blues Traveler on harmonica gives it a great energy. Will it be denied a #1 peak? Not necessarily. OK Go re-surface as well because of the current 2010 blog.
4              5              NOTHING BUT THIEVES Is Everybody Going Crazy?           4(3)        11
Another UK band. This is their seventh visit to my top 10, 5 of those reaching the top 5
7              6              EVANESCENCE  Wasted On You 6              6
Like an old friend, I love Amy Lee’s voice. Their first appearance on my chart since 2012.  A nice contrast between verse and chorus.
8              7              THE SIDE DEAL  Ghosts  7              7
What happens when you team former members of Train and Sugar with 2 brothers whose music is steeped in roots music. A 90’s era pop-rock toe-tapper with rootsy undertones. Grandmaster Flash gets a shout out.
6              8              CREEPER              Cyanide               5              11
A second top 10 in a row for the horror-punk band. In this mid-tempo sort-of ballad Christina Applegate gets a shout out (“she’s my cyanide”). This season of “Dead To Me” went by too fast.
9              9              CAITLYN SMITH Rare Bird             8              14
Caitlyn Smith’s second album “Supernova” is an up and down affair but when it shines, it shines. This simple song highlight’s that voice.
11           10           JESSIE WARE      Spotlight             10           11
It has taken me a while to find the right song from this sultry vocalist. The light disco pulse of this one brings to mind Lisa Stansfield.
10           11           ARKELLS               Years In The Making       9              14
12           12           THE MAKEMAKES            Heyo     12           17
15           13           LIVE LOUNGE ALLSTARS                Times Like These             13           7
One of the better COVID related songs. This one a remake of the Foo Fighters song from 2003. I recently discovered a Glen Campbell cover as well along with a cover of Guided By Voices “Hold On Hope”, a beautiful song (also through doing blog research).
22           14           STUCK ON PLANET EARTH            Higher Than The Drugs  14           7
18           15           HANDS LIKE HOUSES      Through Glass   15           9
23           16           ADELITAS WAY Habit     16           9
13           17           KINGSWOOD     Bittersweet        2              17
25           18           SAINT MOTEL    A Good Song Never Dies               18           9
27           19           ALL TIME LOW  Wake Up, Sunshine        19           6
16           20           ROB DICKINSON               End Of The World            1(3)        16
17           21           LOTTERY WINNERS         18 To 30's            17           12
31           22           GORD BAMFORD             Just Let Go          22           5
14           23           KID BLOOM        Lemonhead        6              16
19           24           BT f/ ROB DICKINSON    Always 19           13
20           25           KENSINGTON    Island    20           13
29           26           SHRED KELLY      Dead Leaves      26           10
26           27           ALL TIME LOW  Getaway Green 26           9
21           28           WHITE REAPER  Headwind           1(2)        20
52           29           MAGIC GANG    Take Back The Track       29           4
24           30           CREEPER              Annabelle           7              17
38           31           LUCIA & THE BEST BOYS               City of Angels    31           5
34           32           THE WEEKND     In Your Eyes       32           9
32           33           YOLA     I Don't Wanna Lie            32           11
36           34           WYN STARKS     Circles  34           8
40           35           THE STROKES     Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus          35           7
37           36           LOTTERY WINNERS         Hawaii  36           10
28           37           LOTTERY WINNERS         I Don't Love You               25           12
35           38           FRATELLIS            Six Days In June                35           12
51           39           POETS OF THE FALL         Moments Before The Storm        39           8
41           40           JIMMY EAT WORLD        Criminal Energy 40           15
48           41           JANE HOLIDAY  All Yours              41           9
55           42           THE KILLERS        Fire In Bone        42           4
47           43           DUA LIPA             Break My Heart 43           9
46           44           ASYLUMS            Catalogue Kids  37           10
30           45           BIFFY CLYRO      Instant History  20           15
45           46           CAITLYN SMITH Fly Away              45           9
57           47           THE ALLERGIES  Felony  47           4
49           48           BILLIE JOE            I Think We're Alone Now             48           8
53           49           LOTTERY WINNERS         I Know  49           7
60           50           THE MAKEMAKES            Million Euro Smile          50           5
96           51           SHINEDOWN     Atlas Falls           51           2
33           52           DUA LIPA             Physical               17           18
42           53           ELEPHANT STONE            Hollow World   42           17
54           54           AWOLNATION  Mayday!!! Fiesta Fever 54           8
56           55           LOTTERY WINNERS         Elizabeth             55           7
39           56           MORRISSEY        Bobby, Don't You Think They Know?      1              23
65           57           U.S. GIRLS           4 American Dollars          57           7
68           58           NIALL HORAN    Small Talk           58           6
63           59           TIM HICKS           No Truck Song   59           11
74           60           CHILD OF THE PARISH    Relic Of The Past              60           7
66           61           SWIM DEEP        World I Share    61           8
70           62           WEEZER               Hero      62           5
43           63           STEREOPHONICS              Don't Let The Devil Take Another Day    30           18
64           64           ADAM LAMBERT f/ NILE RODGERS          Roses    64           13
84           65           JACK GARRATT  Better   65           3
73           66           FRIENDLY FIRES Offline 66           6
50           67           LOTTERY WINNERS         Little Things       1(5)        21
101         68           ST. PAUL & THE BROKEN BONES               Call Me 68           2
67           69           SISTER HAZEL    Memphis Rain   67           14
71           70           THE SHERLOCKS               One Day               70           7
78           71           NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING BIRDS               Come On Outside            71           5
44           72           BADLY DRAWN BOY       Is This A Dream 27           16
69           73           BEN KWELLER    Heart Attack Kid               69           14
77           74           THE GO SET        Mixed Tapes      74           5
81           75           RECLAIM VIENNA            Change The Echo              75           5
95           76           THE ALLERGIES  Since You've Been Gone               76           3
62           77           ECHOSMITH       Diamonds           45           13
61           78           CAITLYN SMITH Long Time Coming          1(2)        23
new       79           BROTHERS OSBORNE     All Night              79           1
59           80           LADY GAGA        Stupid Love        24           15
88           81           TWIN ATLANTIC                Oh! Euphoria!   81           10
90           82           BOSTON MANOR             Plasticine Dreams            82           5
58           83           5 SECONDS OF SUMMER              No Shame           12           17
113         84           THE JACKS           Threw It All Away            84           3
100         85           MARTHAGUNN We Don't Need Each Other         85           4
87           86           TYLER FARR        Only Truck In Town         86           8
111         87           TENNIS Need Your Love 87           5
89           88           RHEA     Stuck In The Middle       88           12
92           89           JJ WILDE              The Rush             89           8
132         90           BROTHER FIRETRIBE       Bring On The Rain            90           3
86           91           NADA SURF        So Much Love    86           10
79           92           KEITH URBAN    Higher Love        19           8
107         93           THE 1975              If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know)               93           2
new       94           THE LUKA STATE               Feel It   94           1
128         95           MORRISSEY        Jim Jim Falls       95           2
97           96           THE GLORIOUS SONS     Spirit To Break  96           6
75           97           TENILLE TOWNES             White Horse      38           21
98           98           TAME IMPALA   Lost In Yesterday             98           6
106         99           THE BLACK MOODS         Sunshine             99           3
110         100         MOBS   Big World            100         5
115         101         SPITFIRES            Tear This Place Right Down!       101         4
76           102         ALMOST MONDAY          Broken People  51           14
112         103         RINA SAWAYAMA           XS           103         3
105         104         LELAND BLUE     Lying To Myself 104         10
109         105         ROACHFORD      High On Love     105         4
80           106         BLUE OCTOBER Oh My My           73           9
103         107         ALGIERS               Dispossession   102         9
120         108         MOBS   I'll Be Back          108         6
72           109         THE BLACK MOODS         Whatcha Got     32           22
118         110         TRUE TIDES         Survive 110         3
82           111         TWENTY ONE PILOTS     Level Of Concern             78           8
122         112         JOYWAVE           Coming Apart    112         3
127         113         DMA'S  The Glow            113         4
137         114         BRETT ELDREDGE             Gabrielle             114         2
142         115         BEN HAZLEWOOD           Collateral            115         2
94           116         KAKKMADDAFAKKA       Baby      91           9
new       117         OK GO  I Won't Let You Down    117         1
125         118         HIGH SOUTH     All We Need      118         3
126         119         BILLY TALENT     I Beg To Differ (This Will Get Better)       119         3
130         120         SHAWN HOOK  I Don't Wanna Dance     120         4
121         121         PEARL JAM         Retrograde         121         5
83           122         SARAH AND THE SAFE WORD     You're All Scotch, No Soda           61           14
117         123         MORRISSEY        Knockabout World          111         5
148         124         THE BIRTHDAY MASSACRE          The Last Goodbye           124         2
149         125         NOVASTAR         Word's Out         125         2
85           126         PETE YORN         I Wanna Be The One      62           15
99           127         ADAM LAMBERT              Velvet  94           9
91           128         LESLIE ODOM JR.              Go Crazy              48           13
141         129         ASYLUMS            A Perfect Life In A Perfect World              129         2
93           130         LOTTERY WINNERS         That's Not Entertainment            1(2)        19
new       131         OK GO  The One Moment            131         1
123         132         ANYWAY GANG               Eyes Of Green   119         8
new       133         FLYING COLORS Mask Machine  133         1
119         134         GUSTER                Don't Go              107         8
104         135         CHILD OF THE PARISH    Before The Moment's Gone       64           11
143         136         ELISA     Soul       136         2
114         137         SEA GIRLS            Why Won't You Admit  110         6
102         138         ROACHFORD      Love Remedy    5              22
136         139         RETRO VIDEO CLUB         Youth    132         4
133         140         BLACK PUMAS  Fire        131         5
new       141         THE EXPLORERS CLUB    One Drop Of Rain            141         1
139         142         THE HOWL & THE HUM Hall of Fame      139         3
new       143         MERCYME           Hurry Up And Wait         143         1
144         144         AWOLNATION f/ RIVERS CUOMO            Pacific Coast Highway In The Movies      144         3
169         145         ALANIS MORISETTE         Smiling 145         1
147         146         SEA GIRLS            Do You Really Wanna Know        146         2
108         147         BLACK PUMAS  Old Man              81           15
new       148         TOTO     Fearful Heart     148         1
129         149         THE STRANGLERS             Sweet Smell Of Success 111         7
146         150         GROUPLOVE      Deleter 143         4
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Hot Ac Monthly Ranking  

41DUA LIPABreak My Heart
152THE WEEKNDIn Your Eyes
13LADY GAGAStupid Love
216BILLIE JOEI Think We're Alone Now
27THE WEEKNDBlinding Lights

Monthly Pop  

31DUA LIPABreak My Heart
22LADY GAGAStupid Love
53THE WEEKNDIn Your Eyes
15DUA LIPAPhysical
46THE WEEKNDBlinding Lights
1895 SECONDS OF SUMMERWildflower
1210SAINT JHNRoses

Monthly Dance  

21DUA LIPABreak My Heart
73JESSIE WARESpotlight
576TIESTO & BECKY HILLNothing Really Matters
17LADY GAGAStupid Love
319KYGO f/ ZAK ABELFreedom
510DUA LIPAPhysical

Monthly Urban  

43THE WEEKNDAfter Hours
54DRAKEToosie Slide
25THE WEEKNDBlinding Lights
NEW 7AJ TRACEYDinner Guest
39THE WEEKNDIn Your Eyes
1110SAINT JHNRoses

Rock Monthly Ranking  

311THE ROLLING STONESLiving In A Ghost Town
1072EVANESCENCEWasted On You
13PEARL JAMSuperblood Wolfmoon
664BILLY TALENTI Beg To Differ (This Will Get Better)
55NOTHING BUT THIEVESIs Everybody Going Crazy?
26BUSHFlowers On A Grave
107THE USEDParadise Lost, A Poem By
228SHINEDOWNAtlas Falls
1310DEEP PURPLEThrow My Bones

Country Monthly Ranking  

11SAM HUNTHard To Forget
34CAMTill There's Nothing Left
158SARA EVANSIf I Can't Have You
610ASHLEY MCBRYDEOne Night Standards

Ac Monthly Ranking  

11JESSIE WARESpotlight
47LADY GAGAStupid Love

Alternative Monthly Ranking  

612THE 1975If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know)
33NOTHING BUT THIEVESIs Everybody Going Crazy?
65GLASS ANIMALSYour Love (Deja Vu)
26TAME IMPALALost In Yesterday
98POWFU f/ BEABADOOBEEDeath Bed (Coffee For Your Head)
139KENNYHOOPLAHow Will I Rest In Peace If I'm Buried by A Highway

Aaa Monthly Ranking  

271THE ROLLING STONESLiving In A Ghost Town
23DIXIE CHICKSGaslighter
74THE STROKESBrooklyn Bridge To Chorus
45THE STROKESBad Decisions
66TAME IMPALALost In Yesterday
87COLDPLAYChampion Of The World
588FIONA APPLEShameika
59HAIMThe Steps
310PEARL JAMDance Of The Clairvoyants