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Top 30 Chart: September 26 – October 2, 2021


Check out the top played albums of the week!

  • = Albertan
  • = Canadian

    30. Lizzie Loveless: You Don’t Know (Egghunt)
    29. Steve Gunn: Other You (Matador)
    28. Andino Suns: 9-11 (Independent)
    27. Mariel Buckley: 97 Riverdale (EP) (Birthday Cake)
    26. Shaela Miller: Big Hair Small City (Independent)
    25. Del Barber: Stray Dogs (Acronym)
    24. Field Guide: Make Peace With That (Birthday Cake)
    23. Son Volt: Electro Melodier (Transmit Sound/Thirty Tigers)
    22. Jessica McMann: Incandescent Tales (Independent)
    21. Charley Crockett: Music City USA (Son of Davy / Thirty Tigers)

    20. Colin Linden: bLow (Highway 20/Thirty Tigers)
    19. Shawnee Kish: Shawnee Kish (EP) (Independent)
    18. Charles Spearin: My City Of Starlings (Arts & Crafts)
    17. Adrian Sutherland: When The Magic Hits (Independent)
    16. John Wort Hannam: Long Haul (Black Hen)
    15. Yola: Stand For Myself (Easy Eye Sound)
    14. Von Bieker: Long For This World (Small Enough)
    13. Elvis Costello: Spanish Model (Universal)
    12. The Weather Station: Ignorance (Deluxe Edition) (Next Door)
    11. Marisa Anderson & William Tyler: Lost Futures (Thrill Jockey)

    10. Dori Freeman: Ten Thousand Roses (Independent)
    9. Colin James: Open Road (Stony Plain)
    8. Lindsay Beaver & Brad Stivers: Lindsay Beaver & Brad Stivers (Vizztone)
    7. Phyllis Sinclair: Ghost Bones (Independent)
    6. Electric Religious: Tragic Lover (Crystal Baby)
    5. Whitehorse: Strike Me Down (Six Shooter / Universal)
    4. David Myles: That Tall Distance (Tiny Little)
    3. Sue Foley: Pinky’s Blues (Stony Plain)
    2. Slow Leaves: Holiday (Birthday Cake)
    1. Daniel Romano: Cobra Poems (You’ve Changed)

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 this weeks call, with Daniel Romano, celebrating Cobra Poems: