CJAM TOP 30!!! July 9th – 15th // 2012!

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*  – Denotes Canadian Content

1    HOT PANDA* – Go Outside (Mint)

2    CADENCE WEAPON* – Hope In Dirt City (Upper Class)

3    BEND SINISTER* – Small Fame (File Under: Music (FU:M))

4    HOT CHIP – In Our Heads (Domino)

5    MISSION OF BURMA – Unsound (Fire)

6    THE HIVES – Lex Hives (Disque Hives)

7    CHICHA LIBRE – Canibalismo (Barbes)

8    ELK* – Daydreams (Indoor Shoes)

9    DIE MANNEQUIN* – Danceland (E1 Music (eOne))

10   WINTERSLEEP – Hello Hum (EMI Music Canada)

11   BEACH HOUSE – Bloom (Sub Pop)

12   TY SEGALL BAND – Slaughterhouse (In The Red)

13   MUNESHINE* – There Is Only Today (Droppin’ Science)

14   HUMANS* – Traps (Hybridity)

15   METRIC* – Synthetica (Metric Music International)

16   MANTRAKID* – Dragon Lullabies (Neferiu)

17   SANTIGOLD – Master Of My Make-Believe (Atlantic)

18   PIXEL – Reminder (Cuneiform)

19   THE FUNKEES – Dancing Time: The Best of Eastern Nigeria’s Afro Rock Exponents 1973-1977 (Soundway)

20   THE SMASHING PUMPKINS – Oceania (EMI)

21   PAT METHENY – Unity Band (Nonesuch)

22   FATHER JOHN MISTY – Fear Fun (Sub Pop)

23   THE INTELLIGENCE – Everybody’s Got it Easy But Me (In The Red)

24   REGINA SPEKTOR – What We Saw From The Cheap Seats (Sire)

25   LOON LAKE – Not Just Friends (Self-Released)

26   LIJADU SISTERS – Sunshine (Knitting Factory)

27   LADYHAWKE – Anxiety (Casablanca)

28   BEACHWOOD SPARKS – The Tarnished Gold (Sub Pop)

29   MISSTRESS BARBARA* – Many Shades Of Grey (Energia)

30   BRASSTRONAUT* – Mean Sun (Unfamiliar)

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