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!earshot charts - february 2016 - top 20 international


Asterisk (*) denotes Canadian artists. All !earshot charts in this issue reflect actual airplay on campus/community stations during the month of February 2016. Charts are weighted according to broadcast range and market size. To view older charts from as far back as 1999, go to our charts main page.


top 200 >> electronic | hip hop | international | jazz | loud | folk/roots/blues | main charts page

Rank Artist Title Label
1 Baaba Maal The Traveller Palm
2 Divanhana Zukva ARC Music
3 Shye Ben Tzur Jonny Greenwood & The Rajastah Junun Nonesuch
4 Karsh Kale Up Six Degrees
5 Black Masala I Love You Madly Self-Released
6 Idan Raichel At the Edge of the Begininng Cumbancha
7 Nomadica * Dance Of The Infidels Self-Released
8 Various Senegal 70 Analog Africa
9 Rhythm Express, The Soul Explosion '69 7 Arts
10 The Fugitive Minds * The Fugitive Minds Self-Released
11 Protoje Ancient Future Mr. Bongo
12 The Human Rights * The Human Rights Self-Released
13 Various * Canada Now. Canada Maintenant. - 15 Songs From Canada Self-Released
14 Grupo Fantasma Problemas Blue Corn
15 Nomad Dreams Nomad Dreams Self-Released
16 Jerusalem In My Heart * If He Dies, If If If If If If Constellation
17 Beautiful Nubia And The Roots Renaissance Band * Taabaku Eniobanke
18 Tinariwen Live In Paris Wedge
19 The Light Of East Ensemble * Live At The Aeolian Self-Released
20 Geoff Berner * We Are Going To Bremen To Be Musicians Oriente


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