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The R3-30: Radio 3’s top 30 songs for the week of July 4, 2016

Andrea Warner

Vancouver garage pop band Twin River dances its way to the highest debut on this week's R3-30. "Antony" is an '80s-tinged, dreamy lament with gritty guitars and a relentless beat that will have you kicking up your feet like Molly Ringwald in The Breakfast Club. The track is fresh from Twin River's new album, Passing Shade.

Also new this week: Devours, the World Provider, Heaven for Real and Beauts. July Talk rushes to the top spot with its new single, "Push + Pull," while last week's chart-topper, Ludo Pin, slips to number 8 with "Les Moyen du Bord." The band's also in a four-way tie for most consecutive weeks on the R3-30 (eight!) with Repartee, White Lung and Programm.

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30. Devours, “Jazz by Thor”
29. The World Provider, “Hey Joanne”
28. Casey Mecija, “The Otherside of Concrete”
27. Heaven For Real, “Subliminal”
26. Pup, “Can’t Win”
25. Beauts, “Ether”
24. Basia Bulat, “La La Lie”
23. Repartee, “Dukes”
22. Vogue Dots, “If You Stay”
21. Royal Tusk, “Curse the Weather”
20. Hot Hot Heat, “Kid Who Stays in the Picture”
19. Twin River, “Antony”
18. Wake Island, “Never Entirely There”
17. The Besnard Lakes, “Towers Sent Her to Sheets of Sound”
16. Plants And Animals, “No Worries Gonna Find Us”
15. AA Wallace, “Shake it Out”
14. Operators, “Blue Wave”
13. Tokyo Police Club, “PCH”
12. White Lung, “Kiss me When I Bleed”
11. Rae Spoon, “Written Across The Sky”
10. Programm, “Jukai”
9. Navet Confit, “Ton Voyage”
8. Ludo Pin, “Les Moyen du Bord”
7. Tuns, “Mind Over Matter”
6. Adrian Teacher and the Subs, “Victory Square”
5. Suuns, “Un-No”
4. Darcys, “Miracle”
3. Black Mountain, “Florian Saucer Attack”
2. Wolf Parade, “Automatic”
1. July Talk, “Push + Pull”

What's your favourite song on our chart this week? Which song deserves to be number 1 next week? Tweet us @cbcradio3.

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