WUOG’s 10 Most-Played Recordings, Mar. 22–28

1. Tennis: Yours Conditionally (Mutually Detrimental)

2. Thundercat: Drunk (Brainfeeder)

3. Yucky Duster: Duster’s Lament (Infinity Cat)

4. Jens Lekman: Life Will See You Now (Secretly Canadian)

5. Vagabon: Infinite Worlds (Father/Daughter)

6. Jay Som: Everybody Works (Polyvinyl)

7. Half Waif: form/a (Cascine)

8. Molly Burch: Please Be Mine (Captured Tracks)

9. Sacred Paws: Strike a Match (Rock Action)

10. Homeshake: Fresh Air (Sinderlyn)

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