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    30. P.J. Perry: No Hugs (Cellar Live)
    29. Michael Kaeshammer: The Warehouse Sessions (Linus)
    28. The Dust Collectors: Filtered Gems (Neon Moon)
    27. The Dip: Sticking With It (Dualtone/MNRK)
    26. Brooks & Bowskill: Too Many Roads (Ganaraska)
    25. Status / Non-Status: January 3rd EP (You’ve Changed)
    24. Carolyn Mark: Off Season (Red Cat)
    23. Brendan Benson: Low Key (Schnitzel)
    22. Billy Nomates: CACTI (Invada)
    21. Jeff Stockton: The Honey Roads (Independent)

Jeff Stockton chats with Dawn Pemberton about his new album, currently sitting at #21 on this weeks chart, The Honey Roads. Jeff shares more about the influence Honey Bees have on his work, including the poetic notion of flying toward beauty. He shares more about his songwriting process, finding melodies – or being found by the melodies – and whether not lyrics will be included.

    20. Belle and Sebastian: Late Developers (Matador)
    19. Jill Barber: Homemaker (Outside)
    18. Whitehorse: I’m Not Crying, You’re Crying (Six Shooter)
    17. Supreme Beings of Leisure: 22 (Leisurephonic)
    16. Margo Price: Strays (Loma Vista)
    15. Andy Shauf: Norm (Arts & Crafts)
    14. Alexis Ffrench: Truth (Sony)
    13. Natalia Lafourcade: De Todas las Flores (Sony Music Mexico)
    12. Ron Sexsmith: The Vivian Line (Warner)
    11. Begonia: Powder Blue (Birthday Cake)

    10. Snarky Puppy: Empire Central (Groundup)
    9. Doug Organ: Quiet In The Library (Independent)
    8. Dana Wylie: How Much Muscle (Independent)
    7. The Allergies: Reconcile EP (Jalapeno)
    6. Amai Kuda et Les Bois: EmUrgency! (Independent)
    5. Joe Louis Walker: Weight of the World (40 Below)
    4. Cat Clyde: Down Rounder (Second Prize)
    3. The Suffers: It Starts With Love (Missing Piece)
    2. Shakura S’Aida: Hold On To Love (Independent)
    1. Sunny War: Anarchist Gospel (New West)

Tune in to On The Rise with Dawn Pemberton and Brendan Cross every Friday from noon-3pm MT when they connect the musical dots, taking a peek at CKUA chart history, chat with great artists, and, of course, count down the Top 30 albums every week.