European Border Breakers Chart 19 January 2018

From last Wednesday through Saturday the ESNS festival takes place in Groningen, the Netherlands. The showcase festival for emerging European bands. During daytime music professionals come together at the ESNS conference to meet colleagues from other countries and to join panel sessions. It’s at the ESNS conference, exactly two years ago, where the European Border Breakers Charts were launched. And it’s also the place, where this week the next step was announced: the addition of streaming data to compile an even more relevant chart. If you want to read more about that, click here.

Meanwhile, the show goes on. And how! One quarter of the EBBChart Top 100 consists of (re)entries this week, 14 of which are first timers. Sigrid (pictured) and Skott seem to benefit most of the fact they won a European Border Breakers Award this year (which was presented to them last Wednesday, here in Groningen). Their tracks Anything Could Happen (an Ellie Goulding cover, played live at the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge) and Stay Off My Mind enter the chart, at #25 and #56, respectively.

The other entries are Bad Sounds – Are You High? (#39), TΓ©mΓ© Tan – Menteur (#47), Hugo Helmig – Eyes Wide Shut (#58), Shame – Concrete (#63), Dadju – Reine (#70), Trobi feat. Boaz van de Beatz & AdΓ―ka – U Don’t Know (#82), Sassy 009 – Are You Leaving (#87), Takagi feat. Ketra, Elisa & Tommaso – Da Sola / In The Night (#94), Ramz – Barking (#95), Octavian – Party Here (#96), Kilnamana – Adios Amigo (#99), and 23 Unofficial – Ain’t Bothered (#100).

For the complete Top 100, click the β€˜EBBChart’ tab in the top menu of this blog (loading of the PDF may take a little while). More charts, like the Tips (ranking the tracks that are on their way to the Top 100), the Airplay Chart and the Streaming Chart, are available at, where you can listen to all of the tracks and watch their videos as well.


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