The Chart Show: Alt-J peak again

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The Chart Show for October 24, 2013
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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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ArtistSong
12
8
Alt-J
Matilda

26
5
Arcade Fire
Reflektor

39
3
Janelle Monae feat. Prince
Givin Them What They Love

411
6
CHVRCHES
The Mother We Share

5X
1
Jeremy Messersmith
Tourniquet

613
8
Dessa
Skeleton Key

73
11
The National
Graceless

817
6
HAIM
The Wire

919
2
Lissie
Further Away (Romance Police)

105
12
Jake Bugg
Lightening Bolt

11X
1
Pearl Jam
Sirens

1214
8
Polica
Chain My Name

137
9
NONONO
Pumpin Blood

1410
4
The Head and the Heart
Shake

1520
2
Cage The Elephant
Come A Little Closer

16X
1
The Preatures
Is This How You Feel

17X
1
Mason Jennings
Lonely Street

18X
1
Caroline Smith
Magazine

1916
3
The Avett Brothers
Another Is Waiting

2018
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 Thursday 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.