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From Chart HQ: Alt-J Make It Three Weeks At The Top

On Sunday The Amazing Chart kicked off with the then current number one song, Every Other Freckle, which had already spent two weeks at the top of the chart. Thirty eight songs later and it still hadn’t been played again, with only Alt-J and Swim Mountain left in the running for number the one spot.…

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From Chart HQ: Pride of Place

There were only seven new entries on The Amazing Chart this week, quite a lot fewer than most weeks. But while we didn’t have the usual quantity, the quality was definitely there, from the woozy electro pop of Sway by Anna of the North at Number 37, to the latest offering from Ahmed Gallab, a.k.a.…

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From Chart HQ : Still Figuring It Out

After Alvvays were number one on The Amazing Chart for a month it seemed like they might well be at the top of the chart forever, that is until one of our Tips For 2014 Royal Blood, finally toppled them last week after eight weeks steadily climbing the chart. As well as┬ábecoming top of The…

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From Chart HQ : Alvvays still number 1

In our From Chart HQ post last week we jokingly suggested that after spending three weeks at number one, alvvays might well stay there forever. It seems the Amazing Radio listeners and community are keen to prove us right and must have spent the last week clicking away, adding the song to playlists, liking,…

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From Chart HQ: Alvvays and Forever?

After spending six weeks on The Amazing Chart, with three of those in the top spot, it seems not unlikely that Archie, Marry Me might well ‘Alvvays’ be at Number One in the chart. Going into the chart this week it looked like Alt-J were poised to take the top spot, having been at number…

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From Chart HQ: Alvvays On Top

It was the closing ceremony of the Commonwealth Games last night and Scottish synth pop band Prides were probably more than a little nervous about what would happen later on in the evening. They were mostly likely pacing the floor of their dressing room, palms sweating, hearts racing, breathing slightly faster than usual as they…

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From Chart HQ: Prides Reach Top Spot

This week saw Glasgow electro three-piece Prides continue their four week ascent of The Amazing Chart, with Messiah finally reaching Number One on Sunday as previous chart toppers Racing Glaciers fell to number seven, after three weeks at the top. Highest new entry title this week went to Archie Faulk a.k.a Tenterhook, who entered the…

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From Chart HQ: First Light, Second Week

It’s been a good couple of days for our favourite Macclesfield five piece Racing Glaciers. They’ve supported french new wave giants Indochine at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire, they’ve basically starred in the new Transformers film, and now, to put the cherry on their stadium frosted post-rock cake, they’ve retained their number one status in┬áThe Amazing…

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From Chart HQ: Racing To The Summit

Racing Glaciers first appeared on The Amazing Chart at the back end of 2012 with South from their debut EP. We were instantly impressed with the Macclesfield lads, as were the Amazing Radio listeners, as South was Number One on the chart for a couple of weeks that December.

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From Chart HQ: Twin weeks

With regular presenter Scott McGerty away on holiday this week The Amazing Chart was brought to the airwaves on Sunday by Audition presenter (and our first ever chart presenter), Charlie Ashcroft. A stickler for tradition Charlie played the top 40 songs in reverse order ending with the number one song, because it’s a chart, and…


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