Brighton Album Chart Show is a concept music video chart and accompanying podcast.
Out November 2017 chart compiles a top 10 chart of albums based on the buying habits and musical tastes of Brighton inhabitants.

This month on Brighton Album Chart Show we have;
– a dance-off offering from St Vincent
– John Maus gives us an insight into the world of combine harvesting
– Robert Palmer carries fire with The May Queen
– a boxing match with Baxter Dury
+ Beck stays up all night ….
– local pick this month is Young Sahara and there’s lots more..

This chart is based on the best selling physical releases from Brighton UK’s vibrant independent record shop, Resident.

Sponsored by The Prince Albert, Trafalgar Street, Brighton and Plenty Arts + Culture Cafe, Circus Parade, New England Road, Brighton.

Presented by Anthea Clarke
Produced by ThisisB Ltd.

November 2017

Album – Artist – Song/Video – Label

1) Colors – Beck – Up All Night – Virgin EMI
2) Massdeduction – St Vincent – Loss Ageles – Loma Vista
3) Lotta Sea Lice – Courtney Banett & Kurt Vile – Continental Breakfast – Marathon Artists / Milk Records
4) Patterns Harmonics – AK/DK – Lagom – Little Miss Echo Recordings
5) Prince Of Tears – Baxter Dury – Prince Of Tears – Heavenly Recordings
6) Carry Fire – Robert Plant – The May Queen – Nonesuch
7)The Animal Spirits – James Holden & Animal Spirits – The Animal Spirits – Border Community
8) Losing – Bully – Feel The Same – Sub Pop
9) Devolver – Jamie Lenman – Hell In A Fast Car – Big Scary Monsters
10) Screen Memories – John Maus – The Combine – Ribbon Records

Local Pick
Young Sahara (EP) – Young Sahara – Thank You Letter – Self Released