Thursday, August 18, 2016

Aussie Sweep: August 18, 2016...


Let's take another trip Down Under to check out the songs making their way on to the local artists charts in Australia this week...

On the Australian Artists Singles chart, rapper Illy stays put yet again at #1 with "Paper Cuts" with Vera Blue, as the Chainsmokers and Halsey rule the all-inclusive chart with "Closer"...

Aussie hip-hop artist Ta-Ku (aka Regan Matthews) collaborates with singer/songwriter Wafia on "Love Somebody" which enters at #11...


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Meanwhile, on the local-grown albums chart, Bernard Fanning from Brisbane tops the chart in his first week with his third solo album Civil Dusk. The former lead singer of Powderfinger also topped the main albums chart with his first two sets (this week the soundtrack to Suicide Squad beat him out)...


Montaigne, the moniker of Sydney singer/songwriter Jessica Cerro, lands at #3 with her first full-length album Glorious Heights...


Indie-pop musician Dustin Tebbutt, also from Sydney, drops in at #6 with First Light...


The iconic Australian childrens television show Play School celebrates its 50th year on the air, and the commemorative album Famous Friends makes the chart at #14...


Melbourne's Storm The Sky fly in at #16 with Sin Will Find You...


Alternative rock singer Jack Carty, from the town of Bellingen in New South Wales, slips in at #19 with his Home State album...




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