Charts April 2019 Top 5 Single-Charts
Bad Liar von Imagine Dragons. Nothing Breaks Like A Heart von Mark Ronson feat. Miley Cyrus. Power Over Me von Dermot Kennedy. Walk Me Home von P! nk. Open Up von Matt Simons.
Open Up von Matt Simons. April Höchster Neueinsteiger diese Woche - - in den DANCE-CHARTS TOP ist auf Platz 36 "Sunny Marleen - Dreams Stay. Walk Me Home von P! nk. Geschrieben von: S. Wieso tust du dir das an? Vorheriger 2009 german ozeane stream unsere. Folge hinkelstein operation Lieblingsgenre. Alex Zind Feat. Zahlreiche Neueinsteiger haben es in die Top geschafft. Herz Kraft Werke.
Charts April 2019 - Neueste BeiträgeObststand 2. Distance over Time. Tumult Herbert Grönemeyer. Zudem erreichte Wolke 10 binnen einer Woche 10,8 Millionen Streaming- Abrufe, was bis dato noch keinem Lied zuvor gelang. KC Rebell feat. Sei der Erste, der hier einen Kommentar schreibt.
Charts April 2019 - Mehr chartsAlle weiteren Neueinsteiger findest du unten in der Liste bzw. Avicii Feat. Djane Housekat - No More Dies gelang zuvor noch keiner anderen deutschen Künstlerin. Juju feat.
Blues infused, fuzz laden grooves that touch upon Sabbath worship done the right way. Epic riffs that build and hold the tension until ready to burst into your brain, forcing the head to nod and feet stomp.
This is the good shit! The Heavenly cathartic riffs fueled by interstellar bass runs and beautifully brutal vocals have me forgetting which planet I belong to.
The unrelenting psych suffocates with angular fuzz and gravitational groove. The King of the Empty Aeon is a musical interpretation that can be listened to as one song divided into distinct parts or as an ensemble of diverse songs united to create a great album.
Palace in Thunderland is an alluring album with its heavy-prog vibes; with post-rock, psychedelic, melodic metal, and stoner combining to create something very few groups can.
Short, dense takes where the melodies play and extremely important role. With voices that seem to come straight from 80s, the words dominate the heavy and fuzz-filled instrumental voyage, always with the special dynamic this group gives us.
BUS is offering us a crazy ride through the rabbit hole of doom with their new album. Despite this, BUS have a sound of their own; a sound almost cinematic incorporating progressive elements perfectly blended with the aforementioned styles making it a unique record.
Included within are N. M vibes, some Glen Danzig in the vocals, a touch of Alice in Chains, a little Maiden, and a doomy overtone that adds the perfect sound to these killer tunes!
The way the vocals grate against the sublime riffs and solos makes those little hairs on your neck stand on end then chop them apart with their metallic edge.
Sounds as if these dudes were raised by Dixie Dave and King Diamond in some weird rock and roll fantasia.
Simply stunning new album from Red Eye , Tales From Days Of Yore perfectly blends all of our favorite ingredients into a heady brew of doomy stoner-psych.
Come and get drunk … Favorite track: Waves. This UK based quartet came from nowhere for me. The label has spoiled us many times with many epic releases and this is no exception.
The band has strengthened their sound of fuzzy desert grooves, richly flavored vintage psychedelia, post grunge and the classic hard blues oriented rock a lot.
You will be served influences from a wide palette including Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath but also a little bit of Cream. The album exhibits a truly stunning vocal performance from Josh Gosling both, powerful, with a rich body and grungy at the same time.
This album push the listener into new and uncharted waters. The artwork had me before even listening. I am a sucker for those bronze colors and style of artistry.
There is something truly special going on here. The bluesy licks have a golden sheen shadowed with vintage psych and etched in occult.
SEER would make an excellent vinyl package. This is a band that draws influences from a multitude of sounds with a measured cadence.
With some slow tempos that the listener will love, this EP maintains the rawness of Arnt O. The magic makes these songs, with the spirit of blues coursing through its veins and the psychedelia always present.
A psychotropic tour de force that never delivers bad trips, raw feelings that are never cloying, and a careful execution that puts them at the forefront of some of the most notable bands in this alternative scene.
These attributes that possess an innate form are sure to make Devil and The Almighty Blues one of the greats. These musical druids from British Columbia present to us mere mortals an elixir of sounds guaranteed to induce a euphoric state of mind.
Combining the base elements of Stoner, Doom and Metal, listen in wonder as these aural delights transmute into an album of pure gold.
Brazilian quintet Pesta walk proudly down the pathways of proto-doom yet do so without falling into the obvious trap of Sabbath worship.
A floating, monstrously black eternity of tormenting elation is contained within its aural canvas, all in less than one hour. Heavy riffs but with a groove, carry the tunes along the highway entitled Proto-Metal.
Thick sounding production by Tony Reed combined with a punk snottiness makes this album a killer. With a slew of doom bands emerging every day, it is rare to hear such authentic sounds coming out of your speakers.
Distortion is lovingly used hey kids, you know how much I dig it but all the instruments shine out.
Classic doom and proto metal with a highly grandiose and august atmosphere. There is something regal and proud about the six compositions on the Strangers release.
The opposite is true and it makes the entire release sound serious, perfectly balanced and stunningly executed. What a wonderful release!
The recording itself is spotless, flawlessly rounding up every fuzzed soaked note. A delightful way to spend forty-two minutes of your life.
Like waves crashing upon the shore, it can be tranquil at times and violent at others. All the while never losing focus and remaining grounded and captivating.
Shifting between the psychedelic headiness of Colour Haze and the pummeling doom-blues of Kyuss , vocals that sound like a more melodic version of Jello Biafra , with lyrics that are thought provoking and deep.
Tommy Lee feat. Post Malone by Tyla Yaweh. Rojo by J Balvin. Walk Em Down feat. GO feat. Boss Bitch by Doja Cat.
If the World Was Ending - feat. Julia Michaels by JP Saxe. Favorito by Camilo. Rover feat. DTG by S1mba. Godzilla feat. Physical by Dua Lipa.
Azul by J Balvin. Tak Tiki Tak by Harry Nach. Shallow by Lady Gaga. Tattoo by Rauw Alejandro. Amarillo by J Balvin.
Go Crazy by Chris Brown. Believer by Imagine Dragons. Savage by Megan Thee Stallion. Banana feat. Skechers by DripReport. We Paid feat.
Deep End Freestyle by Sleepy Hallow. Beautiful People feat. Khalid by Ed Sheeran. Young Thug by Gunna.
Say So feat. Nicki Minaj by Doja Cat. This City by Sam Fischer. Ballin' with Roddy Ricch by Mustard. Shape of You by Ed Sheeran.
Morado by J Balvin. Flex feat. Happier by Marshmello. Falling by Harry Styles. Stunnin' feat. Harm Franklin by Curtis Waters.
El Efecto by Rauw Alejandro. Bohemian Rhapsody - Mix by Queen. Perfect by Ed Sheeran. PAM by Justin Quiles. Ignorantes by Bad Bunny.
Yummy by Justin Bieber. Ransom by Lil Tecca. High Fashion feat. Mustard by Roddy Ricch. Daisies by Katy Perry. Salt by Ava Max. Without Me by Halsey.
Diosa by Myke Towers. Emotionally Scarred by Lil Baby. Goodbyes feat. Young Thug by Post Malone. Dior by Pop Smoke. La Curiosidad by Jay Wheeler.
Myron by Lil Uzi Vert. China by Anuel AA. Stay Gold by BTS. Youngblood by 5 Seconds of Summer. Mariposa by Peach Tree Rascals. All of Me by John Legend.
Lalala by Y2K. Higher Love by Kygo. Jangueo by Alex Rose. Sweet but Psycho by Ava Max. BOP by DaBaby. It's You by Ali Gatie.
Airwaves by Pashanim. Bruises by Lewis Capaldi. Are You Bored Yet? Clairo by Wallows. Sucker by Jonas Brothers.When the Music Stopped It is not just musicians who are idled by the Coronavirus. The Shangs - Golden Hits of the Article source Sore Loser. Alida by Robin Schulz. Skechers by DripReport. Mike Edel. Go Crazy by Chris Brown. Said The Whale. Kristin Source.