Top 30 Charts

CFBX Top 30 Charts to September 16, 2021

* indicates Canadian Content
** indicates a local artist

Artist – Album (Label)

1) Steve Marriner* – Hope Dies Last (Stony Plain)
2) Allison Russell* – Outside Child (Fantasy)
3) Robert Billard and the Cold Calls* – Stop (Independent)
4) Murray McLachlan* – Hourglass (True North)
5) THNDR* – Is it OK? (Independent)
6) Dresser* – Seventeen Blocks and Then Some (Independent)
7) Status/Non-Status* – 1, 2, 3, 4, 500 Year (You’ve Changed)
8) Dee Daniels* – The Promise (Independent)
9) Nailbiter* – Brace (Hand Drawn Dracula)
10) Glenn Chatten* – Baked Cafe (Independent)
11) Chances* – Connections EP (Quartier General)
12) Janette King* – What We Lost (Hot Tramp)
13) Paragon Cause* – Autopilot (Neko)
14) Bad Pop* – Dark Metal (Killing Moon)
15) Nicolet* – Dans la Nuit Lente (Bravo)
16) Zane Coppard and Outback* – Dupoint (Independent)
17) White Cowbell Oklahoma* – Textos Raros Vol. 1 (Slick Monkey)
18) Half Moon Run* – Inwards and Onwards (The Pepper Gang)
19) Arlo Maverick* – Soul Merchant (Independent)
20) Vic City Rejects* – Dismantled (Independent)
21) Brandon Isaak* – Modern Primitive (Independent)
22) Angela Wrigley Trio* – You Don’t Know What Love Is (Cellar)
23) No Big D* – No Big D EP (Good Egg)
24) Robert Finley – Sharecropper’s Son (Easy Eye Sound)
25) Andy Milne and Unison* – The reMISSION (Sunnyside)
26) Death Hags – Big Grey Sun #3 (Independent)
27) Lula Wiles – Shame and Sedition (Smithsonian Folkways)
28) Hanlon Brothers Quintet* – NSTX (Armored)
29) Nevada Brown* – Speak Low (Independent)
30) Trauma Lanes* – Nosferatu (Independent)

Specialty Charts for Early September 2021

Top 10 Jazz Albums

  1. Dee Daniels* – The Promise (Independent)

  2. Angela Wrigley Trio* – You Don’t Know What Love Is (Cellar)

  3. Kevin Dean* – Going Down Slow (Bent River)

  4. Hanlon Brothers Quintet* – NSTX (Armored)

  5. Erin Propp and Larry Roy* – We All Want the Same Things (Chronograph)

  6. Joel Frahm – The Bright Side (Anzic)

  7. Laplace* – Return on Energy (Independent)

  8. Brian Buchanan* – Solo Sessions (Independent)

  9. Alyssa Allgood – What Tomorrow Brings (Cellar)

  10. Roy Gallon – Make Your Move (Cellar)

Top 10 Metal/Loud/Punk Albums

  1. Anybodys* – Acts of Endurance (Independent)

  2. Juliet Ruin* – Dark Water (Independent)

  3. White Cowbell Oklahoma* – Textos Raros (Slick Monkey)

  4. Kevin Towill* – After the Party is Over (Independent)

  5. No Big D* – No Big D EP (Good Egg)

  6. SNFU* – A Blessing But with it a Curse (Rake)

  7. Left on Aster St.* – Self Help Self Pity (Independent)

  8. The Great Diversion* – This is it… This is the End (Independent)

  9. Talk Show Host* – Mid-Century Modern (Independent)

  10. The Nailheads* – Live to See Tomorrow (Dental)

Top 10 Roots Albums

  1. Allison Russell* – Outside Child (Fantasy)

  2. Lula Wiles – Shame and Sedition (Smithsonian Folkways)

  3. Mark Schatz and Brian McDowell – Grit and Polish (Patuxent)

  4. The Slowinks* – Stay with Me Awhile (Pantoum)

  5. Bryce Thomas* – Across the Neuro Seas (Independent)

  6. Diana Jones – Song to a Refugee (Goldmine)

  7. Old Man Flanagan’s Ghost* – Live (Independent)

  8. Future Ghost Towns* – Future Ghost Towns (Independent)

  9. Reid Jamieson* – Songs of 69 (Independent)

  10. Glenn McFarlane* – Happy at Home (Independent)

Top 10 Blues Albums

  1. Robert Finley – Sharecropper’s Son (Easy Eye Sound)

  2. Steve Marriner* – Hope Dies Last (Stony Plain)

  3. Brandon Isaak* – Modern Primitive (Independent)

  4. Tiffany Pollack and Co. – Bayou Liberty (Nola Blue)

  5. Broke Fuse* – Rocket Ride (Independent)

  6. The Blue Voodoo* – Back at it EP (Independent)

  7. Sunday Wilde* – Peace in Trouble (Independent)

  8. Mike Goudreau Band* – The Isolation Blues (Independent)

  9. Rob Stone – Trio in Tokyo (Blue Heart)

  10. Kelly’s Lot – Where and When (Independent)

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