CJAM Top 30 Charts // October 7th – October 14th, 2019

* indicates Canadian artist

1    MIDNIGHT METRO* – Flamingo (Self-Released)

2    PEACH PYRAMID* – Bright Blue (Oscar Street)

3    BRIDAL PARTY* – Too Much (Kingfisher Bluez)

4    THE NEW PORNOGRAPHERS* – In the Morse Code of Brake Lights (Concord)

5    THE SOULJAZZ ORCHESTRA* – Chaos Theories (Do Right!)

6    ANGEL OLSEN –  All Mirrors (Jagjaguwar)

7    SHOTGUN JIMMIE* – Transistor Sister 2 (You’ve Changed)

8    CHASTITY BELT – Chastity Belt (Hardly Art)


10   TARIQ* – Telegrams (Tonic)

11   MAUNO* – Really Well (Tin Angel)

12   PAUL JACOBS* – Easy (Remastered) (Nomad EEL Records)

13   GILLIAN SMITH* – Into the Stone (Leaf)

14   CHRIS KIRBY* – What Goes Around (Dipole Productions Inc.)

15   EAMON MCGRATH* – Guts (Saved By Vinyl)

16   CLOSE TALKER* – How Do We Stay Here? (Slow Weather)

17   THE DEAD SOUTH* – Sugar and Joy (Six Shooter Records)

18   SCREAMING AT TRAFFIC* – I Don’t Like Sports (Little Rocket Records)

19   THE FAMILY SOUL* – On The Shoulders of… Vol. 1 (Self-Released)

20   YEARS OF ERNEST* – Sort it Out (Self-Released)

21   RANDY NAPOLEON – Common Tones (Detroit Music Factory)

22   GLASSREEL* – Unalike (Self-Released)

23   TUNETOWN* – There From Here (Slammin Media)

24   DANY LAJ AND THE LOOKS* – Everything New Is New Again (Transistor 66)

25   DIAMONDTOWN* – The Voice (Self-Released)

26   LIGHTNING DUST* – Spectre (Western Vinyl)

27   THE WELLS* – Quiet Town (Self-Released)

28   PURLICUE* – Dip ‘n Dot (Self-Released)

29   COLOUR TONGUES* – Almost East (Self-Released)

30   HI-RANGER* – Tire Town (Self-Released)

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