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rock nyc Top 10 Songs Week of June 16th, 2014

The Front Bottoms Are Tops

The Front Bottoms Are Tops

1. Be Nice To Me – The Front Bottoms

2. Fake I.D. –Cerebral Ballzy

3. Turn Da Beat Up – Big Freedia

4. Whenever You Come Around – Willie Nelson

5. Minuet – Rob Moose, Chris Thile

6. Teenage Wasteland – Wussy

7. Drown With The Monster – White Lung

8. Shalala – Ian McLagan And The Bump Band

9. Back In The world – David Gray

10. Maps – Maroon 5

Comment: Notice anything a little different this week? Gwan, take another look… yep, six of these artists are rockers. The Front Bottoms, Cerebral Ballzy and White Lung are relatively (WL dates from 2006) young bands, Wussy has been around since 2001, when Ian was, ahem, a spritely 56 year old. David Gray is a singer songwriter (I mean essentially, right?). So, yeah, for one week only rock makes a comeback.

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