Here you’ll find all the latest news from this week’s UK Indie Album and Singles Charts, as well as Live4ever’s highlights taken from some of our featured tours going on in a major city near you over the next 7 days.
British rapper Example retains the top spot on both the UK Indie Album and Singles chart for another week, with acclaimed musician M.I.A entering at #2 in the Album chart with her new record ‘Maya‘. Young Guns’ debut album ‘All Our Kids Are Dead‘ enters at no.3. Outside the top ten, School Of Seven Bells land at #16 with their new LP ‘Disconnect From Desire‘.
UK Indie Album Chart:
1/ Example – Won’t Go Quietly
2/ M.I.A – Maya
3/ Young Guns – All Our Kings Are Dead
4/ The xx – xx
5/ Vampire Weekend – Contra
6/ Dizzee Rascal – Tongue N Cheek
7/ Feeder – Renegades
8/ Faithless – The Dance
9/ Katie Melua – The House
10/ The Temper Trap – Conditions
UK Indie Singles Chart:
1/ Example – Kickstarts
2/ M.I.A – XXXO
3/ The Temper Trap – Sweet Disposition
4/ Katie Price – Free To Love Again
5/ Dizzee Rascal – Dirtee Disco
6/ Example – Won’t Go Quietly
7/ Dizzee Rascal – Bonkers
8/ All Time Low – Weightless
9/ M.I.A – Paper Planes
10/ Example – Watch The Sun Come Up
If you’re wanting to get out to a gig this week find out where tickets are still available for some of the best shows currently going on across Britain with our latest UK Gig Guide. Click on the featured bands to view their full tour details, and if your city or favourite band isn’t featured this week, you can search any event and browse all the featured tours over on our dedicated tickets page.
Tickets remain available for this weekend’s Splendour event which is due to take place at Wollaton Park. Pet Shop Boys top a line up on the main stage which also features the likes of Noisettes, Ok Go and Athlete, while acts appearing on the Rightfield Stage include Shed Seven, Terrorvision and Fyfe Dangerfield.
(all gigs listed have tickets still available as of 19th July 2010)