When I find myself falling behind on new music, which seems to happen more often lately as life continues to push forward, I have a few standbys that never fail to get me reconnected. One of these is the Dusted magazine college chart. The chart is compiled by looking at the playlists of an exclusive group of college radio stations. Each station is given equal weight and those albums with the most spins win. There's no interference from the corporate rock world as college radio is still mostly DJ-driven. This playlist includes a single song from the current top 10 albums as currently ranked by Dusted magazine. This is a must hear list.
Below is the list of radio stations that Dusted includes when compiling this chart.
Asheville FM, CFRU, CFUV, CHIRP, CHUO, CITR, CIUT, CJSF, CJSW, CKUT, CKXU, KALX, KBGA, KBOO, KCPR, KDVS, KJHK, KPSU, KSPC, KTRU, KUCI, KUOI, KUOM, KUSF, KVCU, KVRX, KXLU, KZSU, WCBN, WDCE, WFMU, WIDR, WLUW, WMBR, WNCW, WNYU, WRAS, WRFL, WRRG, WRUV, WTJU, WUNH, WUSB, WVFS, WVUM, WXDU.
Dusted Magazine College Charts - Top 10, March 2011
1. He Gets Me High - Dum Dum Girls
2. You're Lionel Richie - Mogwai
3. Behold a Marvel in the Darkness - Deerhoof
4. Blink and You'll Miss A Revolution - Cut Copy
5. Fuji II (Single Pane) - Akron/Family
6. Bloom - Radiohead
7. How I Know - Toro Y Moi
8. Get Away - Yuck
9. Let England Shake - P.J. Harvey
10. Reptilians - Starf*cker
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