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Top albums: May 1 – May 7, 2023

Position  Artist  Album  Label   
1 Pallbearer Industry Antarctica Rising Up In Her Room (UK) Echodelick (USA) and We, Here & Now (CAN) Canadian
2 JW-Jones Everything Now (Release Date May 26, 2023)   Canadian
3 Taj Mahal Savoy Stony Plain  
4 Abigail Lapell Stolen Time Deluxe Outside Music Canadian
5 Mike Zito & Albert Castiglia Blood Brothers Gulf Coast Records  
6 The Ring Shepherds The Rage of Uncertainty Indie Canadian
7 Inc.Line Sloth Bass   Canadian
8 Life In Vacuum Lost   Canadian
9 TIM HECKER No Highs 2023, Kranky Canadian
10 Area Resident Phospene   Canadian
11 Feist Multitudes   Canadian
12 Galen & Paul Can We Do Tomorrow Another Day?    
13 Kayhan Kalhor & Toumani Diabate The Sky Is the Same Colour Everywhere    
14 ky Power Is The Pharmacy Constellation Records Canadian
15 Maudiir Soliloque EP   Canadian
16 St. Paul & The Broken Bones Angels In Science Fiction ATO Records, LLC  
17 Van Morrison Moving On Skiffle Exile Music Limited  
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Top 10 broadcasts heard on-demand

Position  Show  Host  Highlight 
1 Stranger Songs Mike Regenstreif Stompin' at the Savoy
2 Night Shift Sam Smalley Shift #2: Drum and bass, remixes, dubs, electronic, trance!
3 Saturday Morning Stephen Neale Gonna Be Leaving
4 The Deep Blue Jon Degan Extended mix of whatever I could put together(progressive to techno)
5 Friday Drive Trevor Walker [MAYhemSpringBoogieWarmUp]
6 Canadian Spaces Ray Harris It's Ray's birthday edition of Cdn Spaces! 40 Minutes Of Folk chosen by Ray + some shameless self promo + One Guitar, One Hundred Hands update, Canuck nods to Steve Goodman and Willie Nelson + something right outa left field!
7 The Groove Elorious Cain JOE BATAAN
8 Thursday Special Blend Jeff Larocque JW Jones shares stories and songs from his 12th Album "Everything Now" in an Ottawa Radio Premier. SOCANSlam Winner announced in the last 30 minutes today.
9 Renny's Riot Recycling Renny ANTHEMS OF KIRKLANDIA - The long lost "Volume, Contrast , Brilliance" fill-in. Celebrating Steve Kirkland's show with an eclectic mix of modern music (including some artists he's recommended over the years).