'Burn The Pages' and 'Mainline' make the week's highest new entries
Unstoppable Aussie songstress Sia and ubiquitous hip-hop supergroup One Day have made the highest debuts in the Carlton Dry Independent Music Charts for the week, with their singles Burn The Pages and Mainline stepping out at #8 and #9 respectively.
The pair of acts just pip fellow Singles debutants Hilltop Hoods (Pyramid Building) and Vance Joy (My Kind Of Man), who earn themselves solid respective mid-chart placings at #10 and #11, with the final debut spot of the week going to up-and-coming outfit Go Comet! for their track Worlds Apart.
The pointy end of the ladder, however, remains largely unchanged across both the Singles and Albums front, with Sheppard's LP Bombs Away and unkillable single Geronimo, and Sia's full-length 1000 Forms Of Fear and previous single Chandelier holding the top two placings across the charts. Hillsong hang tough at #3 on the Albums chart with No Other Name, holding fast against the resilient Chet Faker and his Built On Glass LP (#4), while Splendour heroes Violent Soho (Hungry Ghost) work their way up to close out the top five, edging out last week's border guard Russell Morris and his acclaimed album Van Diemen's Land, which drops to #7 this week.
Meanwhile, Illy's single Tightrope continues to do great business for the rhymesmith, staying high at #3 on the Singles chart, while its accompanying album, Cinematic, is still a top-ten concern at #8. Vance Joy's recent single Mess Is Mine comes in just behind at #4 (Riptide's not doing too shabbily either, still in the top ten at #7), with the resurgent Hilltop Hoods closing out the top five with their love letter to the life of a touring musician's partner, Won't Let You Down.
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