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Top albums: Dec 31, 2018 – Jan 6, 2019

Position  Artist  Album  Label   
1 Lubomyr Melnyk with Hatis Noit, Anne Muller Fallen Trees Erased Tapes Canadian
2 Mick Rossi‚Äôs Anti-Matter Live at Barbes Chant  
3 Spyral Jones Shock Value Independent Canadian
4 Hybrid Light Of The Fearless    
5 The Reverb Syndicate Last Of The V8 Interceptors Independent (2018) Canadian
6 Area Resident Echolette Record Centre Records Canadian
7 Naming The Twins Sing the Winter Away Duet Right Records Canadian
8 Sandra Bouza Three Years   Canadian
9 Cloud Of Rock Cloud Of Rock   Canadian
10 Expanda Fuzz Cotton Candy Jet Engine   Canadian
11 Grimes We Appreciate Power   Canadian
12 Jon Hynes Cardinal Giant   Canadian
13 Sarah Shook & The Disarmers 7"    
14 Sister Sadie Sister Sadie II    
15 Subtle Curves Sanitary Clapping   Canadian
16 TRINIDADIAN DEEP SOUNDTRACK TO A SETTING (EP) ANNA  
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Top 10 broadcasts heard on-demand

Position  Show  Host  Highlight 
1 The Groove Elorious Cain Emily Brisk - Return to New York
2 Saturday Morning Mike Regenstreif Extended feature: Songs from Mike Regenstreif's "Top 18 for 2018."
3 Friday Morning Cartunes John Westhaver cosmic radiation
4 Infinite Ceiling mark Local fusion bass player Don Prince in the studio chatting and playing tracks from the brand new Spyral Jones release Shock Value, a bit of Nathan Mahl history, and his future projects.
5 Friday Drive Laetizia & Trevor Some of my favourite releases from 2018 part one.
6 The Deep Blue Jon Degan and VH3 Favourites of 2018
7 Thursday Blend Early Jeff Larocque Happy 2019 from Thursday Blend Early Stephanie Youngdale with Epilepsy Ottawa and our Thursday Blend Early Top 10 from 2018 -
8 The Witching Hours Kanaska Carter The origin of New Years Eve. Haunted house documentary. Talking about the existence of alien life. Haunted Lighthouses Documentary. Motivational content in the morning.
9 Friday Nite Truck Stop Ray Harris and Lefty!
10 Canadian Spaces Chris White Starting off 2019 with 120 minutes of (more or less) uninterrupted folk -- plus an interview with Mississauga-based songwriter, Jim Lawry.