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The most popular surf bands

Here is the countdown for the most viewed surf bands week ending 9th November 2014.

At number 5 Mexican surf monsters Los Atascados, at number 4 De Surfures, still at number 3... California surf punk institution Monsters From Mars, at number 2 a re-entry for The 427's and at number 1.. yeehaw it's  Swedish spaghetti-western surf outfit The Five Outsiders.

1.  The Five Outsiders

2.  The 427's

3.  Monsters From Mars

4.  De Surfures

5.  Los Atascados

Last week's most viewed surf albums

It was very close in the album chart this week.

1. The Telestons {showalbum 148}

2. One Million Dollar Surf Band {showalbum 157}

3. Tidal Wave {showalbum 101}

4. The Huaraches Steal Second {showalbum 149}

5. Le Roxy Pro {showalbum 112}

All bands are currently in rotation on www.surfrockradio.com.  If you would like to have your band featured on the station, or if popular enough place on the charts send us your music in mp3 format to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

The most popular surf bands

Here is the countdown for the most viewed surf bands week ending 2nd November 2014.

At number 5 it's the English / French-Canadian surf duo The Gamma Lords with their raw and original surf instrumentals, at number 4 returning from bbeing lost in time and space The Coconauts, number 3... California surf punk institution Monsters from Mars, at number 2 stompin' Swedish spaghetti-western surf outfit The Five Outsiders, and at number 1 ... hailing from Mexico and producing great surf tunes since 2004, its the most elegant Los Oxidados!

1.  Los Oxidados

2.  The Five Outsiders

3.  Monsters From Mars

4.  The Coconauts

5.  The Gamma Lords

Last week's most viewed surf albums

It was very close in the album chart this week.

1. Le Roxy Pro {showalbum 112}

2. The Telestons {showalbum 148}

3. The Bali'Haians {showalbum 124}

4. Endless Summer {showalbum 198}

5. The Huaraches Steal Second {showalbum 149}

If you don't have these albums in your collection - go buy them now.  All bands are currently in rotation on www.surfrockradio.com.  If you would like to have your band featured on the station, or if popular enough place on the charts send us your music in mp3 format to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Most Popular Surf Bands

Last week's most viewed surf bands -

Twannngggg!!!! These are the most viewed surf bands on Surf Rock Radio last week.  Here's the countdown... slipping one point into 5th place is De Surfures. The Bali'Haians enter the artist chart at number 4. The Alder Kings still in the number 3 position. UK swamp-rock favourite The Terrorsaurs remain in number 2 position and the number 1 position goes to.... The Catamounts!

1. The Catamounts

2. The Terrorsaurs

3. The Alder Kings

4. Bali'Haians

5. De Surfers

Last week's most viewed surf albums

On the album chart this week, crypt kicking' horror surf punk Who Goes There by The Alder Kings. The incredibly beautiful, incredibly "surfy" (maybe that should be a genre in itself) debut album, Le Roxy Pro by Boston-based Le Roxy Pro is at 4th place.  Killing It by Succulent Thing debuts at number 3 - loads of interest in this band.

Climbing to Number 2 on the album chart goes to Boston Beans by Australia-based surf band Marshall and the Martins. . And number one place goes to... The Catamounts - Here's The Catamounts! 

1. The Catamounts - Here's The Catamounts {showalbum 122}

2. Marshall and the Martins - Boston Beans {showalbum 105}

3. Succulent Thing - Killing It {showalbum 123}

4. Le Roxy Pro - Le Roxy Pro {showalbum 112}

5. The Alder Kings - Who Goes There {showalbum 120}

All tracks are currently in rotation on SurfRockRadio.com.  The charts are user-generated depending on a special algorithm which tracks the interest in each artist. If you would like to have your band place on the chart, or even make the top five, you need to send us music to feature on the station.

Most Popular Surf Bands

Last week's most viewed surf bands -

Whoa, what an exciting week on the Surf Rock Charts. Those space-faring reverb addicted atomic space lizards The Zillatones are the longest running band on the Surf Rock Charts, still maintaining a place in the top 5. The supremely slick Australian surf band Marshall and the Martins dropped to 4th place, narrowly behind the Alder Kings. Go buy their album! Horror-surf supremos The Alder Kings benefitted from their updated profile and discography so shot into 3rd place. We know they are working on a new album so we expect to hear a lot more from these supernatural masked beings soon. Australian surf legends Slingshot Dragster continue to celebrate their 10th year anniversary but just slipped to second place. And finally taking the top spot, the number one band on the Surf Rock Charts - the mysterious Gamma Lords, even though we don't know much about them. All we know is that they are currently in Ireland and about to release some new tracks.  

1. The Gamma Lords,

2. Slingshot Dragster,

3. The Alder Kings,

4. Marshall and the Martins,

5. The Zillatones

Last week's most viewed surf albums

Similarly brilliant album chart this week, with lots of great albums which should be in your collection. Still massive interest in the live recording of Man Or Astro-man at the Doug Fir Lounge (this is freely available on www.archive.org). Australian reform-school escapees The Reprobettes self-titled debut album slams into 4th place. Yep we are playing music with singing! And this is an incredible vocal performance that actually adds to the surf-vibe. Think Kate Pearson from early B-52s. Number 3 on the album chart goes to Boston beans by Marshall and the Martins. Possibly the funkiest surf album I have ever heard. Number 2 is the incredibly surfy, Le Roxy Pro - more vocal surf from the Boston-based project of the Wandas frontman. And number one place goes to... The Alder Kings! Must include this on your Halloween party playlists.

1. The Alder Kings - Who Goes There {showalbum 120}

2. Le Roxy Pro - Le Roxy Pro

3. Marshall and the Martins - Boston Beans

4. The Reprobettes - The Reprobettes

5. Man or Astro-man? - Live at the Doug Fir Lounge

All tracks are currently in rotation on SurfRockRadio.com.  The charts are user-generated depending on a special algorithm which tracks the interest in each artist. If you would like to have your band place on the chart, or even make the top five, you need to send us music to feature on the station.