This Week In The Charts – 6 November 2023
This week in the charts we have debuts from Closure In Moscow, Sly Withers, Angie McMahon, The Owens Guns, Carla Geneve, Scott Darlow Alien Nosejob, Simone Keane, Saving Face, Kylie Minogue, Katie Brooke, Vanessa Perica Orchestra, Lewis Coleman, Meghan Maike, Mia Wray, Margret Roadknight, Anubis and Happy Axe.
Sly Withers debuted at #1 on both the 100% Independent Singles charts and Independent Label Singles charts with ‘Closer/Google Maps’.
Debuting at #1 on the 100% Independent Album charts and #3 on the Independent Label Album charts was Closure In Moscow with ‘Soft Hell’,
Angie McMahon secured #2 on the Independent Label Album charts with ‘Light,Dark, Light Again’. Carla Geneve secured #5 with ‘Hertz’ and Scott Darlow took out #6 with ‘Deadly Heart’.
The Owen Guns secured #4 on the 100% Independent Album charts and #12 on the Independent Label Albums charts with ‘Monks In Sexyland’. Alien Nosejob debuted at #5 and #15 with ‘The Derivative Sounds of… Or… A Dog Always Returns to its Vomit’.Simone Keane secured #6 and #18 with ‘Graced By Leaves’; and Saving Face took out #7 and #19 with ‘Comfort In The Grey’.
Vanessa Perica Orchestra secured #8 on the 100% Independent Albums charts with ‘The Eye is the First Circle’; Lewis Coleman debuted at #9 with ‘Offline’, Meghan Maike debuted at #10 with ‘Dead Horse Creek’, Anubis secured #13 with ‘Sirens from Afar (Live in Katoomba 2021) and Happy Axe secured #16 with The Tiger Dream.
Kylie Minogue debuted at #7 on the 100% Independent Singles charts and #11 on the Independent Label Singles charts with ‘Hold On To Now’; Katie Brooke took out #9 and #13 with ‘Too Far Down’.
Mia Wray debuted at #15 on the 100% Independent Singles charts with ‘Tell Her’ and Angie McMahon secured #20 on the Independent Label Singles charts with ‘Letting Go’.< Back to news