Thursday, April 20, 2017

Aussie Sweep: April 20, 2017...


It's time to take a trip Down Under to check out the songs and albums from local artists that made the charts this week in Australia...

On the Australian Artists Singles Chart, Dean Lewis climbs to #1 with "Waves"...

Sydney-based female trio Beatz, who were finalists on the most recent season of X Factor Australia, land their first hit at #10 with "Ain't Your Girl"...


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Meg Mac, an indie-pop artist from Melbourne, slips in at #16 with "Low Blows"...


Meanwhile, on the albums chart from local artists in the country,  Tina Arena enters at the top with her Tina Arena (Greatest Hits and Interpretations) collection. It's a 2-CD set, the first being her biggest hits, while the second have other people covering her songs as well as Tina covering a few songs from other people herself...


Melbourne-based folk rock act The Smith Street Band enter at #2 with their fourth studio release More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me...


Another alum of singing competition shows is Rachael Leahcar from the southern city of Adelaide, who got third place on the first season of that country's version of The Voice. Her fourth album, Shadows, arrives at 10...


Australian pop-opera act the Ten Tenors stroll in at #9 with Wish You Were Here. It includes covers of Michael Jackson, Queen, and David Bowie among others...


Deez Nuts, a hardcore outfit from Melbourne, drop in at #13 with Binge & Purgatory...




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