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Top 30 Chart: May 30 – June 5, 2021


Check out the top played albums of the week!

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    30. Ariel Posen: Headway (Acoustic) EP (Independent)
    29. St. Vincent: Daddy’s Home (Loma Vista)
    28. The Tragically Hip: Saskadelphia (Universal)
    27. Dione Taylor: Spirits In The Water (Matay)
    26. Yoo Doo Right: Don’t Think You Can Escape Your Purpose (Mothland)
    25. Sunny Jain: Phoenix Rise (Sinj)
    24. Zal Sissokho: Kora Flamenca (Analekta)
    23. Robert Finley: Sharecropper’s Son (Easy Eye Sound / Concord)
    22. Twin Flames: Omen (Independent)
    21. Evan Cheadle: Fault Line Serenade (Victory Pool)

    20. Braden Gates: Greetings from 309 (Independent)
    19. The Black Keys: Delta Kream (Easy Eye Sound)
    18. Lake Street Dive: Obviously (Nonesuch)
    17. Greg Keelor: Share The Love(Warner)
    16. Balkan Taksim: Disko Telegraf (Buda Musique)
    15. Mdou Moctar: Afrique Victime (Matador)
    14. KASHKA: Soft (Independent)
    13. Maria Muldaur with Tuba Skinny: Let’s Get Happy Together (Stony Plain)
    12. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: Déjà Vu (50th Anniversary) (Rhino)
    11. Anchorsong: Mirage (Tru Thoughts)

    10. Alex Cuba: Mendó (Caracol)
    9. Laura Niquay: Waska Matisiwin (Musique nomade)
    8. Cat Clyde & Jeremie Albino: Blue Blue Blue (Majesticsilk)
    7. Son of Dave: Call Me A Cab (Goddamn)
    6. VISSIA: With Pleasure (Hurry Hard)
    5. Dobet Gnahoré: Couleur (Cumbancha)
    4. Allison Russell: Outside Child (Fantasy)
    3. The Bamboos: Hard Up (BMG)
    2. Crowded House: Dreamers Are Waiting (EMI)
    1. k.d. lang: Makeover (Nonesuch / Warner)

Tune in to Traffic Jams with Lisa Wilton every Wednesday at 5:30pm MT when she announces the Top 3 artists from the Top 30, and plays tracks from each of the 3 albums!

Will there be a surprise call with an artist? Tune in to find out! Every Wednesday at 5:30pm MT!

On our most recent episode of Hidden Track, k.d. lang spoke with us about the roots of their love for dance music, which grew out of the queer club scene in Edmonton in the 1980s. They also shared the story behind the album’s arrestingly glamourous cover art!