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iGEN by Ted Volk
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5/24/24

Warner’s Rob Goldklang and Crush Music’s Garrett Capone get a sixth week at #1 with Green Day’s “Dilemma.” ICLG’s Robbie Lloyd rises to #2 with Imagine Dragons’ “Eyes Closed” (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope) and sees a huge move on Billie Eilish’s “LUNCH” (Darkroom/Interscope), which rockets 34*-21* with a 500-spin increase. AWAL’s Dave Lombardi hits the Top 3 with Royel Otis’ “Murder on the Dancefloor” (Royel Otis/Triple J/ABC), while Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin enters the Top 5 with Hozier’s smash “Too Sweet.” Hollywood’s Buddy Deal gets a nice chart debut with Joywave’s “Scared,” as does REPUBLIC CORPSAmanda Dobbins with Dayglow’s “Every Little Thing I Say I Do.”

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5/21/24

ICLG’s Robbie Lloyd has a dominating first week with Billie Eilish’s “LUNCH” (Darkroom/Interscope), which easily takes Most Added honors. REPUBLIC CORPS Amanda Dobbins remains hot with Dayglow’s “Everything Little Thing I Say I Do” (Mercury), which enjoys another strong week, and The Last Dinner Party’s “Sinner” (Island/Republic). Other winners include Warner’s Rob Goldklang with The Black Keys’ “On the Game” and Virgin’s Marisa DiFrisco with St.Vincent’s “Broken Man.” Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin has a good close-out week with Hozier’s “Too Sweet.” It was also a nice week for Spinefarm’s Dead Poet Society’s with “My Condition.”

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5/17/24

Warner’s Rob Goldklang and Crush Music’s Garrett Capone comfortably remain at #1 with Green Day’s “Dilemma.” The rest of the Top 10 remains unchanged. Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin sees Hozier’s smash “Too Sweet” rise to #11, up 300x, while Warner/Nonesuch’s The Black Keys enter the Top 20 with “On the Game” and Island/Republic’s Amanda Dobbins hits the Top 25 with The Last Dinner Party’s “Sinner.” And in its first day of airplay, look for ICLG’s Robbie Lloyd to have a nice debut with Billie Eilish’s “LUNCH” (Darkroom/Interscope).

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5/10/24

Warner’s Rob Goldklang and Crush Music’s Garrett Capone enjoy another week at #1 with Green Day’s “Dilemma.” The rest of the Top 10 remains the same, as does most of the Top 25. Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin sees Hozier’s global smash “Too Sweet” move to #12, up 300 spins, and Spinefarm’s Dead Poet Society makes its chart debut with “My Condition.”

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5/7/24

Congrats to Republic’s Amanda Dobbins for earning Most Added honors this week with Pearl Jam’s “Wreckage” (Monkeywrench). Other winners include Dead Poets Society’s “My Condition” (Spinefarm), Hozier’s “Too Sweet” (Columbia), Joywave’s “Scared” (Hollywood) and Love Fame Tragedy’s “Don’t You Want to Sleep With….” (Bright Antenna).

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5/3/24

Warner’s Rob Goldklang and Crush’s Garrett Capone return to #1 next week with Green Day’s “Dilemma.” ICLG’s Robbie Lloyd jumps inside the Top 5 with Imagine Dragons’ “Eyes Closed” (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope). AWAL’s Dave Lombardi is up next to the Top 5 with Royel Otis’ hit “Murder on the Dance Floor” (Royel Otis/Triple J/ABC). Warner’s also got Michael Marcagi’s “Scared to Start” quickly moving to #11, while New Noize/ADA’s Papa Roachfollows at #12 with their viral hit “Leave a Light On” and Dirty Hit’s Bleachers hit the Top 15 with “Tiny Moves.” REPUBLIC CORPS Amanda Dobbins maneuvers Pearl Jam’s “Wreckage” to the Top 20, as does Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin with Hozier’s global smash “Too Sweet.” Bright Antenna’s Love Fame Tragedy makes its chart debut with “Don’t You Want to Sleep With…”

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4/30/24

Republic Corps Amanda Dobbins gets Most Added honors for a second consecutive week with Pearl Jam’s “Wreckage” (Monkeywrench/Republic). Warner’s Rob Goldklang has a nice week with Black Keys’ “On the Game” and Michael Marcagi’s “Scared to Start,” while Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin scored with Hozier’s smash “Too Sweet.” Big Loud Rock’s Dave Barbis also has a real nice week with Letdown.’s “Hate Myself.” Other winners include Dirty Hit’s Bleachers with “Tiny Moves.” And on the rock side, kudos to Red Bull Records/The Orchard’s Beartooth for hitting #1 this week with their latest single, “I Was Alive,” which is the band’s second chart topper!

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4/26/24

RCA’s Gary Gorman hits the Top 5 with Foo Fighters’ “The Glass.” AWAL’s Dave Lombardi enters the Top 10 with Djo’s “End of Beginning,” while Dirty Hit’s Bleachers arrives in the Top 15 with “Tiny Moves.” Republic’sAmanda Dobbins has some impressive debuts, including Pearl Jam’s “Wreckage” and The Last Dinner Party’s “Sinner” (Island/Republic). Also making its chart debut is Warner’s Rob Goldklang with The Black Keys’ “On the Game.”