April 17th, 2012 | Ruth Brown Music | Posted In: PDX Charts

PDX Charts

Top Selling Songs and Albums in Portland for April 9-15

pdxcharts
Every Tuesday, we list the top selling albums from local record stores Music Millennium, Jackpot Records and Everyday Music for the previous week.

This week, we're super excited to add a new section to PDX Charts: Rhapsody's top streamed tracks for Portland. Very exciting.

Also exciting is that this week's in-store guide includes Record Store Day events.  

Rhapsody

1. Gotye — "Somebody That I Used To Know" featuring Kimbra
2. Matisyahu — "King Without A Crown"
3. Fun. — "We Are Young" (feat. Janelle Monáe)
4. Jennifer Lopez — "Dance Again"
5. Depeche Mode — "Never Let Me Down Again" [Digitalism Remix]

Jackpot Records

1. Lotus Plaza — Spooky Action At A Distance
2. Chromatics — Kill For Love
3. Alabama Shakes — Boys and Girls
4. M.Ward — A Wasteland Companion
5. Rocket Juice and The Moon — Rocket Juice and The Moon

Music Millennium


1. Curtis Salgado – Soul Shot 
2. Bonnie Raitt – Slipstream 
3. Alabama Shakes — Boys & Girls
4. M.Ward — A Wasteland Companion
5. Esperanza Spalding — Radio Music Society

Everyday Music

1. Gotye — Making Mirrors
2. The Shins — Port Of Morrow
3. Alabama Shakes — Boys & Girls
4. Adele — 21
5. Of Monsters & Men — My Head Is An Animal

THIS WEEK'S IN-STORES

Tuesday, April 17
Dry the River @ Music Millennium (3158 E Burnside St., 231-8926), 5 pm

Saturday, April 21

Record Store Day!

Music Millennium
opens at 8 am, with coffee and doughnuts for the early birds starting at 7 am. There will be free gift bags, contests and coupon books, as well as an early-morning listening party for the new Jack White album. 

Jackpot Records’ downtown location opens at 10 am with Mudhoney’s Steve Turner and Talkdemonic’s Kevin O’Connor providing special DJ sets. The store’s Hawthorne location also opens at 10 am and will be giving out free vinyl and gift bags. 

Everyday Music’s downtown store opens at 8 am, with DJ sets from the Thermals (11 am) and Radiation City (1 pm) before moving on to live music from the Lower 48, John Heart Jackie and Evan Way of the Parson Red Heads later in the day. The Northeast Sandy Boulevard location opens at 8 am and will feature Mudhoney’s Steve Turner (busy man!) DJ-ing at noon and Mike Scheidt of Yob playing a rare solo set at 5 pm. 

The Record Room opens at noon and hosts a free, all-day bash with bands like Death Songs, Orca Team, the Shivas and Hooded Hags headlining (minors are welcome until 7 pm). There will also be tacos. 

Other stores are participating, so keep your eyes peeled: Record Store Day comes but once a year!
 
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
comments powered by Disqus
 

Web Design for magazines

Close
Close
Close