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Top 30 Chart: October 6 – 12 2023


Check out the top played albums of the week!

    • ๐ŸŒบย = Albertan
    • ๐Ÿ = Canadian

30. Lydia Loveless: Nothing’s Gonna Stand In My Way Again (Bloodshot)
29. Butcher Brown: Solar Music (Concord)
28.๐ŸPeace Flag Ensemble: Astral Plains (We Are Busy Bodies)
27. Stephen Marley: Old Soul (Tuff Gong / UMe / Ghetto Youths)
26. Daniel Villarreal: Lados B (International Anthem)
25.๐ŸDavid Francey: The Breath Between (Laker)
24.๐ŸColleen Rennison: Persephone (Outlaw Soul)
23.๐ŸPropter Hawk: Propter Hawk (Independent)
22.๐ŸLoryn Taggart: The Lost Art of Pulling Through (Independent)
21.๐ŸRay Bonneville: On The Blind Side (Independent)

20. Hiss Golden Messenger: Jump For Joy (Merge)
19. Margo Cilker: Valley Of Heart’s Delight (Fluff And Gravy)
18. Chris Pierce: Let All Who Will (Friends At Work)
17. Tre Burt: Traffic Fiction (Oh Boy)
16.๐ŸŒบRubim de Toledo: The Drip (Independent)
15.๐ŸTerra Lightfoot: Healing Power (Sonic Unyon)
14.๐ŸRussell Louder: Fair-Weather (Lisbon Lux)
13.๐ŸElisapie: Inuktitut (Bonsound)
12.๐ŸŒบShane Ghostkeeper: Songs For My People (Victory Pool)
11. The Sextones: Love Can’t Be Borrowed (Record Kicks)

CKUA’s Brendan Cross chats with Russell Louder whose new album Fairweather is debuing this week at #14 On The Rise. Russell talks about the challenges of making their new album, and joys of collaborating with others.

10.๐ŸŒบ Wilfred Kozub: The Last Vibrations of Summer (Independent)
9.๐ŸJeremy Dutcher: Motewolonuwok (Secret City)
8. Rhiannon Giddens: You’re The One (Nonesuch / Warner)
7. Buffalo Nichols: The Fatalist (Fat Possum)
6 ๐ŸAriel Posen: Reasons Why (Soundly)
5.๐ŸBahamas: Bootcut (Brushfire / Republic)
4 Bombino: Sahel (Partisan)
3.๐ŸApollo Suns: Departures (Do Right!)
2.๐ŸDominique Fils-Aime: Our Roots Run Deep (Ensoul)
1.๐ŸAllison Russell: The Returner (Fantasy)

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.