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Top 30 Chart: January 22 – 28, 2023


Check out the top played albums of the week!

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    30. Roberto López: Ritual (Currie)
    29. Eddie 9V: Capricorn (Ruf)
    28. Aysanabee: Watin (Ishkode)
    27. Maya Youssef: Finding Home (Seven Gates)
    26. Billy Nomates: CACTI (Invada)
    25. Adrian Quesada: Jaguar Sound (ATO)
    24. Brendan Benson: Low Key (Schnitzel)
    23. Up And Over Trio: Up And Over (Bentriver)
    22. Young Gun Silver Fox: Ticket To Shangri-La (Dream Break)
    21. Brooks & Bowskill: Too Many Roads (Ganaraska)

    20. Bedouin Soundclash: We Will Meet In A Hurricane (Dine Alone)
    19. Cinephonic: Visions (Marlow)
    18. Thompson Egbo-Egbo: What Remains (MNRK)
    17. Jewel Brown: Thanks For Good Ole’ Music And Memories (Nic Allen)
    16. Various Artists: For the Birds: The Birdsong Project, Vol. I – V (The Birdsong Project)
    15. Belle And Sebastian: Late Developers (Matador)
    14. Royal Wood: What Tomorrow Brings (Cordova Bay)
    13. The Dip: Sticking With It (Dualtone/MNRK)
    12. The Winston Brothers: Drift (Colemine)
    11. Sammy Volkov: Be Alright! (Independent)

    10. July Talk: Remember Never Before (Six Shooter)
    9. Doug Organ: Quiet In The Library (Independent)
    8. Jesca Hoop: Order of Romance (Memphis Industries)
    7. Jason Collett: Head Full Of Wonder (Arts & Crafts)
    6. Margo Price: Strays (Loma Vista)
    5. Ellen Froese: For Each Flower Growing (Victory Pool)
    4. Natalia Lafourcade: De Todas las Flores (Sony Music Mexico)
    3. Status / Non-Status: January 3rd EP (You’ve Changed)
    2. Mac DeMarco: Five Easy Hot Dogs (Royal Mountain)
    1. Whitehorse: I’m Not Crying, You’re Crying (Six Shooter)

Dawn Pemberton chats with Luke Doucet of Whitehorse about the Americana UK Festival, being cautiously optimistic about the success of the new album, I’m Not Crying, You’re Crying, and the tragicomedy story behind ‘Division 5‘.

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.