#1 Run The Jewels | NACC Charts for the week ending June 30

Note: Our annual week off from charts due to the Canada Day & Independence Day holidays is next week (July 7). NACC Charts will return July 14. Enjoy your holiday!

The #1 spot on the NACC 200 building chart had a game of musical chairs going on between Phoebe Bridgers, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, and Run The Jewels this week. In the end, it was Mike Render (Killer Mike) and Jamie Meline (El-P) of Run The Jewels who came out on top for a second week with RTJ4 (Jewel Runners/RBC/BMG), their fourth LP. They also spend a second week atop the NACC Hip Hop and NACC NEXT Charts. read more…

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Industry Interview with Michelle Feghali, Sub Pop
Industry Interview with Michelle Feghali, Sub Pop

“In college though, I went to RiotFest in Chicago with a photo pass to the festival. I got drunk and went to the photo pit, in front of the crowd, to take photos of Wu Tang Clan. I was so hyped I stopped taking photos and just starting yelling to them that I loved them and they yelled back and brought me on stage after to hang. They were too cool. I’ll never forget that.”

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July MD of the Month | Brynn Griffiths, KBLU Aggie Radio
July MD of the Month | Brynn Griffiths, KBLU Aggie Radio

“I feel like I have a new favorite artist all the time, but I think that Phoebe Bridgers is somebody that I could listen to forever and never get bored. I played her first album “Stranger in the Alps” to death and I still listen to it often and with the same love I had when it was first released. “

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Genre MD of the Month | Linda Fahey, Folk Alley
Genre MD of the Month | Linda Fahey, Folk Alley

“Favorite artists I never get tired of listening to are: Mavis Staples because she makes me feel like everything is going to be okay. To me, she embodies everything that is good about people and what we should strive for; also, John Prine, Bonnie Raitt, and Jerry Garcia. New favorites are Anna Tivel and Jeffrey Martin.”

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