The Chart Show: Alt-J peak again

by David Safar

Alt-J take their fourth song off <em>An Awesome Wave</em> to the #1 spot this week on the Chart Show after Arctic Monkeys retire to the Hall of Fame.
Alt-J take their fourth song off An Awesome Wave to the #1 spot this week on the Chart Show after Arctic Monkeys retire to the Hall of Fame. (Courtesy of the artist)
  1. Listen The Chart Show for October 24, 2013

    Oct 24, 2013 The Chart Show

Alt-J retake the top of the chart this week as NONONO continue to slide.

Jake Bugg enters the Chart Show Hall of Fame, and it's a big week for local debuts from Jeremy Messersmith, Mason Jennings, and Caroline Smith.

Aussie indie rockers The Preatures land a spot this week with the title track from their new EP.

Submit your Chart Show ballot this week for a chance to see Mazzy Star perform at Mill City Nights on Nov. 12!

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The Current Chart Show



Artist Song
1 2
8
Alt-J
Matilda
2 6
5
Arcade Fire
Reflektor
3 9
3
Janelle Monae feat. Prince
Givin Them What They Love
4 11
6
CHVRCHES
The Mother We Share
5 X
1
Jeremy Messersmith
Tourniquet
6 13
8
Dessa
Skeleton Key
7 3
11
The National
Graceless
8 17
6
HAIM
The Wire
9 19
2
Lissie
Further Away (Romance Police)
10 5
12
Jake Bugg
Lightening Bolt
11 X
1
Pearl Jam
Sirens
12 14
8
Polica
Chain My Name
13 7
9
NONONO
Pumpin Blood
14 10
4
The Head and the Heart
Shake
15 20
2
Cage The Elephant
Come A Little Closer
16 X
1
The Preatures
Is This How You Feel
17 X
1
Mason Jennings
Lonely Street
18 X
1
Caroline Smith
Magazine
19 16
3
The Avett Brothers
Another Is Waiting
20 18
5
Phosphorescent
Ride On / Right On

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  • The Chart Show Ballot Mark Wheat hosts this weekly countdown of your favorite songs currently in rotation on 89.3 The Current. Vote every week for your top 5 songs (and enter our weekly ticket giveaway while you're at it), and then tune in Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. to see if your favorites make the chart!
  • The Chart Show Hall of Fame When a song stays on The Chart Show's chart for more than 12 weeks, we retire it from the poll and it enters the very prestigious Chart Show Hall of Fame.