CBC Radio 3 R3-30
Summary: Every week, host Craig Norris counts down the very best in new music, according to CBC Radio 3. His producer Pedro Mendes rides shotgun as they chow down on a twisted jungle gym of new music, listener picks, Chartbreakers™, and mixed metaphors. And Love. Always Love.````The R3-30 is produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Canada's public broadcaster.
The top ten Canadian indie songs of the year, as determined by CBC Radio 3.
Five debuts on the chart this week including one in the top spot!
It's this weeks R3-30, broadway style!
So many debuts this week on the chart Graham gets a little, lets say, angry.
Graham renames himself the "chartmaster", Jordan Klassen attempts to work his way back into the R3 limo and all its glory.
Three songs that continually fight to stay on the chart plus host Graham Wright talks to a robot.
Four debuts in the chart this week and a new feature tracking the highest free falling track. Also, Graham tries to sell his infomercial chair!
Seven debuts on this weeks chart, one of them also being the most thumbed up song this week on CBC Music. Also, a debut in the top 3.
This week a former number 1 song that debuted in the top spot returns to reclaim their crown. Also one debut in the top five.
This week, 7 songs debut on the chart including CBC Music's song of the summer, as chosen by you.
There's a new number one song on the chart this week and it worked really hard to get there, jumping 25 spots to get to the top.
Sharkweek returns to The R3-30 with one shark track jumping halfway up the chart and another returning to the top spot. Just when you thought it was safe to countdown again.
This week, 7 brand new songs debut on the chart, including one in the top 3.
Three tracks re-enter the chart, two new songs debut and a former chart topper returns to the number one spot.
The same three songs are at the top of the chart, but they've all changed places which means you have a new number one!