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Top 30 Chart: July 11 – 17, 2021


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    30. Oxlip: Your Mother Was A Peacock (Garment District)
    29. Deep Dark Woods: Changing Faces (Six Shooter)
    28. Ocie Elliott: Slow Tide (Nettwerk)
    27. Evan Cheadle: Fault Line Serenade (Victory Pool)
    26. Bumarang: Echo Land (Fallen Tree)
    25. Richard Thompson: Serpent’s Tears (Independent)
    24. Crowded House: Dreamers Are Waiting (EMI)
    23. Moby: Reprise (Deutsche Grammophon)
    22. TEEKS: Something To Feel (Sony)
    21. American Aquarium: Slappers, Bangers & Certified Twangers, Vol. 1 (Losing Side / Thirty Tigers)

    20. St. Vincent: Daddy’s Home (Loma Vista)
    19. Anoushka Shankar: Love Letters P.S. (Mercury KX)
    18. Meggie Lennon: Sounds From Your Lips (Mothland)
    17. Charlotte Day Wilson: Alpha (Stone Woman)
    16. Jocelyn Gould: Elegant Traveler (Posi-tone)
    15. Mike Clark: Devil’s Playground (Independent)
    14. Cedric Burnside: I Be Trying (Single Lock)
    13. Allison Russell: Outside Child (Fantasy)
    12. Trevor Tchir: Sun & Moon (Independent)
    11. The Black Keys: Delta Kream (Easy Eye Sound)

    10. Hiss Golden Messenger: Quietly Blowing It (Merge)
    9. Cat Clyde & Jeremie Albino: Blue Blue Blue (Majesticsilk)
    8. Son of Dave: Call Me A Cab (Goddamn)
    7. Alex Cuba: Mendo (Caracol)
    6. Layten Kramer: Dear Apathy (Oscar St)
    5. k.d. lang: Makeover (Nonesuch / Warner)
    4. Lucy Dacus: Home Video (Matador)
    3. Steve Marriner: Hope Dies Last (Stony Plain)
    2. Lydia Ainsworth: Sparkles & Debris (Zombie Cat)
    1. Angelique Kidjo: Mother Nature (Verve)

Tune in to Traffic Jams with Lisa Wilton every Wednesday at 5:30pm MT when she announces the Top Three artists from the Top 30, and plays tracks from each of the three albums!

Will there be a surprise call with an artist? Tune in to find out! Here’s some of our past calls: