Going straight in at No.1, in the UK Top 100 Music Chart w/e April 26th 2014, is Kiesza with Hideaway, and it’s okay but nothing more. It has a very early 90s house music vibe, but certainly isn’t No.1 material.
As such, Sigma drops to No.2 with Nobody To Love, and apart from the opening bit which just rips off Squarepusher’s Come On My Selector, it’s so bloody bland that I’ve forgotten the entire thing!
There are is just one other new entry in the Top 10 – Shift K3y with Touch at No.3.
Oh, and The Vamps are clearly on their way out as Last Night drops from No.2 to No.14. Ha!
And here’s that Kiesza track:
There are new entries in the Top 40 for:
Lower entries outside the Top 40 include:
- 1 Kiesza – Hideaway
- 3 Shift K3y – Touch
- 11 Elyar Fox – A Billion Girls
- 13 Meridian Dan Feat. Big H & JME – German Whip
- 29 Showtek & Justin Prime Feat. Matthew Koma – Cannonball (Earthquake)
- 38 (70 RE) DJ Snake & Lil Jon – Turn Down For What
In the album charts, Paolo Nutini goes straight in at No.1 with Caustic Love, knocking Kaiser Chiefs down to No.5 with Education, Education, Education & War. The new entries come from:
- 59 Paolo Nutini – Iron Sky
- 63 Passenger – Heart’s On Fire
- 81 Alicia Keys Feat. Kendrick Lamar – It’s On Again
- 94 Justin Timberlake – Not A Bad Thing
The new release dates for singles and albums can be found HERE and they go up to June 2014.
- 1 Paolo Nutini – Caustic Love
- 2 The Vamps – Meet The Vamps
- 14 Ian Anderson – Homo Erraticus
- 19 Rhydian – One Day Like This
- 40 The Afghan – Whigs Do To The Beast
- 43 (RE) The Stone Roses – The Stone Roses
- 46 Ben Watt – Hendra
- 51 The Piano Guys – The Piano Guys
- 56 Morten Harket – Brother
- 57 NAS – Illmatic XX
- 60 David Garrett – Caprice
- 61 Billy Bragg – Live at the Union Chapel London
- 62 Amazing Skinheads – Amphetamine Ballads
- 70 Smoke Fairies – Smoke Fairies
- 87 Chet Faker – Built on Glass
- 92 Tuomas Holopainen – The Life and Times of Scrooge
- 96 Hoosiers – The News from Nowhere
- 100 Emmylou Harris – Wrecking Ball