CJTR Weekly Top 30 (week ending Dec 10, 2019)

Regina’s alt-country hometown hero, Marshall Burns takes the top spot on this week’s Top 30 chart for a second straight week with his new record Dogs & Booze. In addition to Burns, a whopping 16 Saskatchewan artists made the chart this week!

1 Marshall Burns – Dogs & Booze – Self-Released +
2 Ellen Froese – Fightin’ Words – Self-Released +
3 Natural Sympathies – Porous – Grey Records +
4 Louise Burns – Portraits – Light Organ Records *
5 Begonia – Fear – Rex Baby *
6 Zachary Lucky – Midwestern – Self-Released +
7 Half Moon Run – A Blemish In The Great Light – Crystal Math Music *
8 n̻hiyawak Рnipiy РArts & Crafts *
9 Too Soon Monsoon – Waves – Self-Released +
10 Beck – Hyperspace – Capitol
11 Close Talker – How Do We Stay Here? – Slow Weather +
12 Pop Pop Vernac – Loud Local – Self-Released +
13 Jon Neher & Michael Scott Dawson – On Remembering – Fenwood Rail +
14 Woolworm – Awe – Mint *
15 The Dead South – Sugar and Joy – Six Shooter Records +
16 Aaron Karpinka – In Lieu of Flowers (single) – Grind Central +
17 Kacy & Clayton – Carrying On – New West +
18 Christopher Sleightholm – Last Year’s Winter – Self-Released +
19 FKA twigs – MAGDALENE – Young Turks *
20 Andy Shauf – Things I Do (single) – Arts & Crafts +
21 Old Man Luedecke – Easy Money – True North
22 Project Pablo – Sofware show Verdicchio Music Publishing *
23 Wolf Willow – And the Leaves Have Turned to Amber – Self-Released +
24 Suncliffs – Ode to My Mind – Self-Released +
25 Black Mountain – Destroyer – Dine Alone *
26 Corridor – Junior – Bonsound *
27 M83 – Digital Shades Vol. 2 – Mute
28 Lightning Dust – Spectre – Western Vinyl *
29 Patrick Watson – Wave – Secret City *
30 Eekwol & T-Rhyme – For Women By Women – Self-Released +

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