CJAM Top 30 Charts // October 8th – 14th, 2018



1    PARQUET COURTS – Wide Awake! (Rough Trade)

2    RAE SPOON* – bodiesofwater (Coax)

3    THE LYTICS* – Float On (LHM Records)


5    NOT OF* – Hypocritic Oath (No List)

6    FUCKED UP* – Dose Your Dreams (Arts & Crafts)

7    BENJAMIN PIRANI – How Do I Talk To My Brother? (Colemine)

8    LEON BRIDGES – Good Thing (Columbia)

9    ANYBODYS* – Necessity Of Contrast (Self-Released)

10   RARE AMERICANS* – Rare Americans (Self-Released)

11   ANYTHING BUT* – Do Or Try (Self-Released)

12   CARBOLIZER* – Carbolizer (Self-Released)

13   KANDLE* – Holy Smoke (Self-Released)

14   KEN MODE* – Loved (New Damage)

15   BASEMENT REVOLVER* – Heavy Eyes (Sonic Unyon)

16   GREAT LAKE SWIMMERS* – The Waves, The Wake (Nettwerk Music Group)

17   MOKA ONLY* – Concert For One (Instrumentals) (Urbnet)

18   THE FIBS – The Fibs (Self-Released)

19   MORRICONE YOUTH – Danger: Diabolik (Country Club)

20   SCHOOL DAMAGE – A to X (Chapter Music)

21   RAYLAND BAXTER – Wide Awake (ATO)

22   APHEX TWIN – Collapse EP (Warp)

23   DUKE ELLINGTON – Studio Sessions Chicago 1956 (Saja)

24   JIMMIE SMITH – Live in Music City: Jimmie Smith Plays Jimmy Smith (Woodward Ave)

25   STEVEN CLARK A – Where Neon Goes To Die (Secretly Canadian)

26   IRON AND WINE – Weed Garden (EP) (Sub Pop)

27   WILLIE NELSON – My Way (Columbia/ Legacy)

28   SNAKE RIVER* – Tread On To The Unkown You (Self-Released)

29   HOLY GASP* – The Love Songs of Oedipus Rex (Self-Released)

30   THE OLD SALTS* – Fisherman Jake (Self-Released)

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