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Top 30 Chart: November 20-26, 2022


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    30. Status / Non-Status: Surely Travel (You’ve Changed)
    29. Nuela Charles: Nuela Charles (Independent)
    28. Trampled by Turtles: Alpenglow (Banjodad/Thirty Tigers)
    27. Alvvays: Blue Rev (Polyvinyl)
    26. Weyes Blood: And in the Darkness, Hearts Aglow (Sub Pop)
    25. Kazdoura: Wain EP (Independent)
    24. Ellen Froese: For Each Flower Growing (Victory Pool)
    23. Danielle Ponder: Some Of Us Are Brave (Future Classic)
    22. Skinny Dyck: Palace Waiting (Sound Asleep)
    21. Lee Fields: Sentimental Fool (Daptone)

Debuting on the Top 30 Chart at 24, is Ellen Froese’ For Each Flower Growing. CKUA’s host Dawn Pemberton talks with Ellen about the albums inspiration and influences, breaking out of genre, working with Sam Corbett of The Sheepdogs.

    20. Keith O’Rourke: Imperfect Perfectionist (Chronograph)
    19. The Winston Brothers: Drift (Colemine)
    18. Cynthia Hamar: Joint & Marrow (Neon Moon)
    17. The California Honeydrops: Soft Spot (TubTone)
    16. Bonny Light Horseman: Rolling Golden Holy (37d03d)
    15. Courtney Marie Andrews: Loose Future (Fat Possum)
    14. Larkin Poe: Blood Harmony (Tricki Woo)
    13. Miko Marks & The Resurrectors: Feel Like Going Home (Redtone)
    12. Jason Collett: Head Full Of Wonder (Arts & Crafts)
    11. Dan Mangan: Being Somewhere (Arts & Crafts)

Debuting at #19 is The Winston Brothers with Drfit. CKUA’s Dawn Pemberton speaks with band leader Sebastian Nagel. He introduces us to the Winston Brothers, shares his influences, and talks about the story behind the title track, ‘Drift’.

    10. Roberto López: Ritual (Curura)
    9. Julianna Riolino: All Blue (You’ve Changed)
    8. Mariel Buckley: Everywhere I Used To Be (Birthday Cake)
    7. L’omelette: You Are Here (Independent)
    6. Suzie Vinnick: Fall Back Home (Independent)
    5. Bedouin Soundclash: We Will Meet In A Hurricane (Dine Alone)
    4. Aysanabee: Watin (Ishkode)
    3. First Aid Kit: Palomino (Columbia)
    2. Ezra Collective: Where I’m Meant To Be (Partisan)
    1. Julian Taylor: Beyond The Reservoir (Howling Turtle)

While on tour in Ontairio, Julian Taylor chat’s with CKUA host Dawn Pemberton about Christmas tunes, his upcoming European tour, sharing and spreading love.

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.