Top 30 Charts

CFBX Top 30 Charts to April 8, 2021

* indicates Canadian Content
** indicates a local artist

Artist – Album (Label)

1) futureVolt* – The futureVolt is Now! (Independent)
2) Nova Scotiables* – We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat (Independent)
3) Deep Covers* – Dark World (Independent)
4) Teenanger* – Good Time (Telephone Explosion)
5) David Rotundo Band* – So Much Trouble (Independent)
6) Kiwi Jr.* – Cooler Returns (Mint)
7) Anthea Feaver* – Play it Back EP (Independent)
8) The Weather Station* – Ignorance (Next Door)
9) Bill Bourne* – A Love Fandango (Twelve Point)
10) Sing Leaf* – Not Earth (Tin Angel)
11) Quinsin Nachoff* – Pivotal Arc (Whirlwind)
12) Bike Club* – Find Romance (We Are Busy Bodies)
13) Vandel Dool* – The View from Here (Independent)
14) Jordana – Something to Say to You (Grand Jury)
15) Sunset Arcade* – A Never Ending Summer (Independent)
16) Jihee Heo – Are You Ready? (OA2)
17) Bad Hoo* – Right as Rain (Independent)
18) New Fries* – The Idea of Us (Telephone Explosion)
19) Ian Hendrickson-Smith – The Lockdown (Cellar Live)
20) Red Hot Hayseeds* – Red Hot Hayseeds EP (Independent)
21) Al Qahwa* – African Routes (Independent)
22) Ternimal Station* – Brotherhood (Independent)
23) Doxas Brothers* – The Circle (Justin Time)
24) Rick Fines* – Solar Powered Too (Independent)
25) Itchy Self* – Here’s the Rub (Celluloid Lunch)
26) Mike Edel* – En Masse (Pennant)
27) Wanda Gronhovd* – Pieces of the Heart (Independent)
28) Jennifer Castle* – Monarch Season (Idee Fixe)
29) Graham Lindsey* – The Next Best Thing (Independent)
30) Howard Gladstone* – The Promise (Sonicpeach)

Specialty Charts for Early April 2021

Top 10 Jazz Albums
1) Fawn Fritzen* – How to Say Sorry and Other Lessons (Chronograph)
2) Doxas Broathers* – The Circle (Justin Time)
3) Quinsin Nachoff* – Pivotal Arc (Whirlwind)
4) Brandi Disterheft* – Surfboard (Justin Time)
5) Jihee Heo – Are You Ready? (OA2)
6) Ian Hendrickson-Smith – The Lockdown (Cellar Live)
7) Mario Romano* – The Journey So Far (Modica)
8) David Friesen – Testimony (Origin)
9) Bill Frisell – Valentine (Blue Note)
10) Countermeasure* – Guest Sessions (Independent)

Top 10 Metal/Loud/Punk Albums
1) Bad Hoo* – Right as Rain (Independent)
2) Teenanger* – Good Time (Telephone Explosion)
3) Trench* – Blossom (Independent)
4) Hero’s Last Rite* – Beyond the Darkest Days (Independent)
5) New Fries* – The Idea of Us (Telephone Explosion)
6) PUP* – This Place Sucks Ass (Little Dipper)
7) METZ* – Atlas Vending (Sub Pop)
8) The Night Watch* – An Embarrasement of Riches (Independent)
9) Hex Beat* – A Series of Kicks (Independent)
10) Wet Cigarette* – Uncut (Independent)

Top 10 Roots Albums
1) Rick Fines* – Solar Powered Too (Independent)
2) Wanda Gronhovd* – Pieces of the Heart (Independent)
3) Nova Scotiables* – We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat (Independent)
4) Rube and Rake* – Leaving with Nothing (LHM)
5) Kyra and Tully* – Time (Sounds for Change)
6) Red Hot Hayseeds* – Red Hot Hayseeds EP (Independent)
7) Graham Lindsey* – The Next Best Thing (Independent)
8) Howard Gladstone* – The Promise (Sonicpeach)
9) Doc and Merle Watson – Songs Doc Didn’t Sing (Fli)
10) The North Sound* – As the Stars Explode (Independent)

Top 10 Blues Albums
1) David Rotunto Band* – So Much Trouble (Independent)
2) Dione Taylor* – Spirits in the Water (Matay)
3) Jack de Keyzer* – Tribute (Blue Star)
4) Terminal Station* – Brotherhood (Independent)
5) Bill Bourne* – A Love Fandango (Twelve Point)
6) Kirk Fletcher – My Blues Pathway (Independent)
7) Beauwater* – Who Works for Who? (Independent)
8) Cathy Grier and the Troublemakers – I’m All Burn (Independent)
9) Alistair Greene – The New World Blues (Whiskey Bayou)
10) Eric Johanson – Below Sea Level (Nola Blue)

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