Stories by Russ Borris

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.

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending March 18

The Magnetic Fields' new album might be at the bottom of the sea, but they soar to the top of the TAS Top 20. Plus debuts from Santigold, White Rabbits and Fanfarlo spring foward on the album chart.

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending March 11

The Mark Lanegan Band's elegiac blues dominate the TAS album chart with upstarts Cloud Nothings and Grimes rounding out the TAS Top 3.

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending March 4

As Cloud Nothings float to the top of the TAS Top 20, both Shearwater and The Magnetic Fields break onto the album chart with new releases.

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending February 26

Contemplative new albums from Sharon Van Etten and Perfume Genius step onto The Alternate Side's album chart while Tennis sails to the very top.

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending February 19

Islands and the Mark Lanegan Band break onto the TAS Top 20 while star-gazing Nada Surf remains at the pinnacle of the album chart.

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending February 12

Nada Surf kickflip to the crest of the TAS Top 20 while Howler paddle onto the album chart for the first time.

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