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33rd of our 40 – Seven Summers’ ‘Way to Be’

Posted in Final 40 on June 13, 2010 by stormthecharts

The newest band through to our final list of 40 to try to take to the charts in 2 weeks time is Seven Summers with ‘Way To Be’.

Seven Summers came through our polls – where, for just 6 more days now, you can still vote for the last few songs that will make our list.

Here’s their YouTube clip. Two more public vote winners to follow tonight, and an announcement about our final guest panelist.

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32nd for our 40, A Band Called Quinn’s ‘DIY’

Posted in Final 40 on June 6, 2010 by stormthecharts

And the last artist for this week through –

We’re going to try to take A Band Called Quinn‘s DIY and 39 other tracks by bands who haven’t charted and aren’t on major labels to the top 40 in the week starting 27th June.

The full list so far is here and you can and should still vote for the songs that will join them on the list!

31st for our 40, Runaround Kids’ ‘Lois Interprets’

Posted in Final 40 on June 6, 2010 by stormthecharts

…and we’re into the last 10.

Runaround Kids‘ ‘Lois Interprets’ is the latest addition to our list of 40 songs to try to take to the top 40 in the week starting 27th June.

Congratulations to them! Check the song out here:

And don’t stop voting in our polls to choose the bands and songs that will join them. Good luck to everyone in them!

29th for our 40, Random Connection Quest’s ‘Acid Natsuiruka’

Posted in Final 40 on June 6, 2010 by stormthecharts

Our guest panelist this week is Adam Brooks, product manager at pioneering independent label Warp Records.

Guest panelists are sent the top of our in-house panel’s shortlist and asked to name two artists from there for our final 40.

Adam’s first pick – and the first instrumental in our list! – is Random Connection Quest‘s ‘Acid Natsuiruka’. Click here to hear it:

Three more picks to come this evening, one of Adam’s and the other two from the public vote!

The list so far

Posted in Final 40 on June 5, 2010 by stormthecharts

To see embedded videos for each of these artists, and for details of how they were chosen, see the ‘BANDS IN OUR FINAL 40‘ link on the right of the main page.

Purchase links: iTunes, Amazon A to M, Amazon N to Z. Use them *before July 3rd!*

You can check out the chosen songs on playlists at Myspace, Youtube and Spotify.

The artists who we’re trying to storm the charts with are –

AC & TerraAir CastlesAlex DingleyArdentjohnThe Banana SessionsA Band Called QuinnDonna MaciociaEmily Barker and the Red Clay HaloFoxes!Gabby Young and Other AnimalsThe Grave ArchitectsHeavy LoadImpInconsiderate ParkingKeston Cobblers’ ClubThe LovedaysMental HealthMiddlemanMissing AndyMiyagiMorton ValenceMy LuminariesOlivia BroadfieldPenny BlackPocket SatelliteThe Portland AuthorityRandom Connection QuestREVERERubikaRunaround KidsShragStephen LangstaffSteven FinnStevelessTom Williams and the BoatToobWoodpigeonYves Klein BlueZoey Van Goey

Glastonbury FM played many of these tracks in their two recent Storm the Charts special shows –

GFM Storm Review 1
GFM Storm Review 2

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iTunes list
Amazon list 1
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Storm the Charts track makes the 6music playlist!

Posted in Final 40, News and media with tags , , , , , , , , , , on June 2, 2010 by stormthecharts

REVERE‘s ‘We Won’t Be Here Tomorrow’ is one of the songs already named in our final 40.

Yesterday it was announced that Revere had also won the vote in the latest Steve Lamacq rebel playlist, which means it will be played in every daytime show on 6music for a week. Great news for the Storm to have one of our tracks played every day!

Another good reason to Save 6 Music, too.

New Missing Andy video

Posted in Final 40 with tags , , , , , , on June 2, 2010 by stormthecharts

Missing Andy, who got through to our final 40 by public vote, have released a new video for their Storm the Charts song ‘The Way We’re Made (Made In England)’