CHMA 106.9MHz – Sackville

* indicates Canadian artist. Chart ranking reflects airplay during the week ending 23-Sep-2014.

Top 30
23-Sep-2014
RANK ARTIST TITLE (LABEL)
1 LENNY BREAU
LA Bootleg 1984 (RCA)
2 LE POISSON D’ARGENT*
Youth EP (Self-Released)
3 DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979*
The Physical World (Last Gang)
4 IMOGEN HEAP
Sparks (Megaphonic)
5 SHAKEY GRAVES
And The War Came (Dualtone)
6 ZEUS*
Classic Zeus (Arts & Crafts)
7 MAC DEMARCO*
Salad Days (Captured Tracks)
8 ALT-J
This Is All Yours (Warner (WEA))
9 SHOVELS & ROPE
Swimmin’ Time (Dine Alone)
10 JENNIFER CASTLE*
Pink City (Idee Fixe)
11 IN-FLIGHT SAFETY*
Conversationalist (Fontana North)
12 MAX GRIZZLY AND THE ENTERTAINMENT*
Max Grizzly and the Entertainment (Self-Released)
13 THE WILDERNESS OF MANITOBA*
Between Colours (Pheromone)
14 ELEPHANT STONE*
Three Poisons (Hidden Pony)
15 CLINTON ST. JOHN
The Minor Arkhana (Sparrow Tree)
16 CHROMEO
Animism (Six Shooter)
17 THE WOODEN SKY*
Let’s Be Ready (Chelsea)
18 PS I LOVE YOU*
For Those Who Stay (Paper Bag)
19 BAHAMAS*
Bahamas Is Afie (Brushfire)
20 DUM DUM GIRLS
Too True (Sub Pop)
21 ROYAL BLOOD
Royal Blood (Warner (WEA))
22 COURTNEY BARNETT
The Double EP : A Sea Of Split Peas (Milk)
23 U2
Songs of Innocence (Island)
24 THE GOOD IN EVERYONE*
The Good In Everyone (Self-Released)
25 RICH AUCOIN*
Ephemeral (Bonsound)
26 YOUNG RUNNING*
Small Town City (Self-Released)
27 RUFUS DU SOL
Atlas (Self-Released)
28 VIKING FELL*
Pembina (Self-Released)
29 BLUE HAWAII*
Untogether (Arbutus)
30 JPNSGRLS*
Circulation (Light Organ)

Number 31 Staff Pick: RURAL ALBERTA ADVANTAGE ‘Mended With Gold’
Mended with Gold will be released to the public on Sept 30th. The highly anticipated 3rd album of the Toronto based band definitely does not disappoint. If ‘Terrified’, their pre-release single, was anything to judge this album by, the band will once again rocket to the top of the charts with this release. Rural Alberta Advantage creates a dialect of songs that are both fast paced in their percussion and vocals, but which have lyrics that speak to the softer moments in life – hometowns, heartbreaks, and down-to-earth lifetimes. Be sure to check out Mended with Gold on sept. 30th, or stop by CHMA anytime to have a listen to our advanced copy. -RH