Stories by Russ Borris

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending May 6

After a five-year gap, Chromatics finally return with Kill For Love and take on the TAS top 20 while Santigold remains queen of the album chart for a second week.

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending April 29

Bear in Heaven, Spiritualized and rock's holy man Jack White make up the celestial trio debuting on this week's TAS Top 20.

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending April 22

It's a study in contrasts as the Mark Lanegan Band's Blues Funeral darkly possesses the peak of the TAS Top 20 while Miike Snow debuts at the bottom of the album chart with Happy To You.

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending April 15

Gayngs-born Poliça and Zeus, which moonlights as Jason Collett's backing band, break into the TAS Top 20 while the Mark Lanegan Band makes a bluesy run back to No. 1.

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending April 8

While Lost in the Trees find their way onto the TAS album chart, The Shins drop anchor at the top spot with Port of Morrow.

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending April 1

As Sleigh Bells ring in their reign atop the TAS Top 20, British newcomers Django Django make their own jangling debut on this week's album chart.

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending March 25

Brooklyn's own Tanlines and a new lineup of The Shins break into the TAS Top 20 while The Magnetic Fields keep Sleigh Bells at bay to retain their number 1 position.

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