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Top albums: Feb 6 – Feb 12, 2017

Position  Artist  Album  Label   
1 Kayla Luky Back To Dirt   Canadian New
2 Church Of Trees Live at CKCU   Canadian New
3 Jasper Bridge LIVE   Canadian New
4 Le Trouble Making Matters Worse Indica Canadian New
5 Ty Segall Ty Segall 2017, Drag CIty New
6 Austra Future Politics   Canadian New
7 Chicken Snake Tombstone N Bones Beast - 2016 New
8 Church of Trees Primitive Creatures   Canadian New
9 DJ Smoke Weed Guy DJ Smoke Weed Guy Live On Ice   Canadian New
10 Elephant Stone Ship of Fools Burger Records Canadian New
11 Father John Misty Pure Comedy   New
12 Homeshake Fresh Air   Canadian New
13 Jane Bunnett & Maqueque Oddara   Canadian New
14 Kid Koala Music to Draw To: Satellite (feat. Emilíana Torrini) Arts & Crafts Productions, 2017 Canadian New
15 Mark Eitzel Hey Mr. Ferryman   New
16 Michael Chapman 50   New
17 Microclimate Porcelain Raft   New
18 Pick A Piper Distance   Canadian New
19 Sampha Process   New
20 Syd Fin   Canadian New
21 The Sadies Northern Passages 2017, Yep Roc Canadian New
22 Whitney Rose South Texas Suite   Canadian New
= Canadian content New = New release



Top 10 broadcasts heard on-demand

Position  Show  Host  Highlight 
1 Friday Morning Cartunes John Westhaver antiquated modes of transportation
2 The Back 40 Ron Moores Kayla Luky showcases her sophomore CD "Back To Dirt".
3 The Groove ELORIOUS CAIN a BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION of A LABEL THAT CHANGED POPULAR MUSIC FOREVER! - MOTOWN!! part two: THE TRANSITIONAL YEARS
4 This Island Earth PeterB Minimalist and ambient-ish works, in honour of Philip Glass' 80th. And, Black History Month too. Hmm…
5 Wednesday Special Blend tic John Thompson, The Record Centre
6 Canadian Spaces Maria Hawkins and Chris White Hot Penny Trio, Bob Nesbitt, Mike Leeworthy, Pat Moore
7 Friday Drive Trevor & Laetizia Walker Change of plan due to technical issues
8 Ottawa Live Music Little Dave and Danny Kase
9 The Deep Blue Jon Degan and VH3
10 Speak Out Ali Sandstrom and Patrick Butler Speak Out talks to Jeremy Dias, Director of the Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity about Bill C-16 and what it will mean for transgender people in Canada and we're on the ground in Ottawa on the Pan-Canadian Day of Action Against Islamophobia