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Nialler9 Weekly Chart


fuck-buttons-tarot-sport Remember those times when you picked up a music magazine and read a playlist of what the writers were playing in the office that week? Here is my nod to that publication staple. No great fanfare, just ten of the best song around right now I’ve been playing lots of.

Fuck Buttons new’ album Tarot Sport is out now and it’s amazing. If Street Horrrsing was a lethargic rush of euphoria, Tarot Sport is a kick in the balls at a rave at 6am, Full of sounds that would be at home on Aphex Twin’s Druqs. It reminds me more of Holy Fuck in parts too. The 10 minute full version of ‘Surf Solar’ is something else.

Also this week: two of the chart-featuring artists will be playing here soon. Miike Snow is joining Marina and the Diamonds and Digitalism for that Heineken Green Spheres gig in Carlow (more info here) and Ou Est Le Swimming Pool will be joining Annie Mac and Benga on November 12th in The Academy (tickets here).

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Nialler9 Weekly Chart

  1. Fuck ButtonsRough SteezTarot Sport
  2. Ellie Goulding – Under the SheetsBuy 7″
  3. Ou Est Le Swimming Pool – Dance The Way I FeeliTunes
  4. Miike SnowBurial (DJ Mehdi remix)
  5. JoggerNapping CaptainThis Great Pressure
  6. PhoenixLove Like A SunsetWolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
  7. Dire Straits – Money for Nothing (Giant Dubstep remix)Giant Myspace
  8. Silver Columns – Brow Beaten
  9. Chromeo – Night by Night (Skream remix)
  10. Grizzly Bear feat. Victoria of Beach HouseSlow Life

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