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The Pack A.D., Andy Shauf, Snowblink: Radio 3’s top 30 for the week of September 12, 2016

Editorial Staff

Now that we're in the second week of September, it's time to stop being in denial about summer being over and get ready to face the oncoming fall. The Pack A.D. is here to help with their deadly-serious rocker "Yes, I Know," which is our highest debut this week at number 24: 

The other two new songs debuting on the chart this week are both in the psych-rock category but from distinctly different ends of the spectrum. At number 30 we have "Manipulator" from the pop-inclined Elephant Stone, and checking in at number 26 we have "Mass Graves/Dance Daves" from Toronto instrumental psych-rockers Fresh Snow. Either way, it's probably your last chance to get one last Summer of Love fix, if that's something you still you need to do.  

Up at the top, Snowblink moves into the number one spot, but Andy Shauf is hot on their heels, moving seven spots up to number two.

Here's the full list for this week: 

30. Elephant Stone, “Manipulator”  
29. Jay Arner, “Back To School” 
28. Hot Panda, “Bad Pop”  
27. JF Robitaille, “Marina” 
26. Fresh Snow, “Mass Graves/Dance Caves” 
25. The Luyas, “Engineers” 
24. The Pack A.D., “Yes, I Know” *highest debut* 
23. Islands, “The Weekend” 
22. Slow Down Molasses, “Moon Queen” 
21. Dan Mangan, “Race To The Bottom”  
20. Tuns, “Throw It All Away”  
19. KROY, “River”  
18. July Talk, “Strange Habit”  
17. King Khan, “Children Of The World”  
16. Black Mountain, “Cemetery Breeding”  
15. Belle Game, “Yuh”  
14. Twin River, “Antony”  
13. Operators, “Control”  
12. Weaves, “Birds & Bees” 
11. Crystal Castles, “Char”  
10. Grimes, “Pin”  
9. Jane’s Party, “What I’ve Been Missing”  
8. Your Boy Tony Braxton, “Fall (Girl)”  
7. Young Rival, “Lucky”  
6. Moonface and Siinai, “Risto’s Riff”  
5. Brendan Canning, “Book It To Fresno”  
4. Sam Roberts Band, “If You Want It”  
3. Lowell, “High Enough”  
2. Andy Shauf, “Quite Like You” 
1. Snowblink, “Feel Like A Man”