Or this page http://hypem.com/popular
Bloggers seem to have such sway with the rest of the media, and I was somewhat flabberghasted to discover a post-EDM grave-rave chill-bro remix of The Shins at the top of the chart this morning (it's actually surprisingly alright, but is it the best track in the world right this minute? Surprised anyone is remixing 'New Slang' in 2012, let alone all these hip young bros posting about it... I thought The Shins were the devil in snob circles, far too popular and emotional and, like, James Mercer writes actual songs...and it was one that movie...)
If you don't know how the Hype Machine works, basically the site feeds in music from various blogs (894 to be precise http://hypem.com/blogs/ which is about 1000 less than a few years ago, I think) and then it presents the audio in a playable fashion, and works out what the most popular tracks are. Basically, Anthony who set it up, wanted to be able to hit play on his RSS feed.
Tune in at some point, flick through it, see if you can discover anything good, bad or fugly. Then report back...
p.s. things to consider... Should we be trusting the collective mind of the blogosphere to help set the mainstream musical agenda? Do bloggers have much influence any more? Does it sound weirdly bland? Why so many remixes?