NEWS

The War On Drugs rise 2-1 on the NACC 200 with their fifth LP

Round 2 of the battle for the NACC 200 crown took place this week between, La Luz (who have enjoyed the last two weeks at #1) and The War On Drugs, who has been waiting patiently at #2 these last two weeks. The War On Drugs' patience has paid off this week with a 2-1...

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La Luz maintains a second week at #1

Los Angeles-based trio, La Luz, holds roughly the same lead they had last week over their closest rival, The War On Drugs. Their eponymous LP (Hardly Art) and fourth studio album collects the second-most points of any #1 album has had dating back to early August. Only...

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La Luz leaps 7-1 with their self-titled fourth studio album

The top of the NACC 200 is bursting with new music as two albums soar from outside the Top 5 into the Top 3 this week. Los Angeles-based trio, La Luz, in just their third week on the chart, leaps 7-1 with their self-titled fourth studio album (Hardly Art). The band...

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Andy Shauf Lands the Thirteenth #1 of the Year

Landing the 13th #1 of the year on the NACC 200 this week is Regina, SK singer/songwriter Andy Shauf. Shauf is no stranger to the chart's penthouse. He topped the NACC 200 with his band Foxwarren in 2019. Early last year he reached #1 with his sixth solo full-length,...

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Low look to score the 2nd longest #1 run of 2021

The Duluth, MN duo of Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker, who have recorded as Low dating back to 1993, spends a fifth straight week at #1 on the NACC 200 (as well as a first on NACC Canadian) with their 13th LP, HEY WHAT (Sub Pop). That ties them with Japanese Breakfast...

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Low nails down a second week at #1 with their 13th LP

It was a nail-biter last week with the two highest-ranking albums on the NACC 200 (from Low and Amyl & The Sniffers) separated by mere points. This week Duluth, MN duo Low finds slightly more breathing room and nails down a second week at #1 with their 13th LP,...

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Low takes the top spot with their 13th LP, HEY WHAT

A trio of new albums raced up behind Shannon & The Clams last week, lining up at #2, #3, and #4. All three of those albums push past our NACC 200 #1 these past two weeks. It was a thrilling neck-and-neck battle with #1 changing hands numerous times in the last...

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