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More or Les, Thus Owls, Ralph: Radio 3's top 30 songs for the week of Oct. 1, 2018

Editorial Staff

Last month, Toronto rapper More or Les released an album called Nerd Love, and this week the title track edges on to the top 30 chart at #30. As the title suggests, the album is a tribute to nerd/geek culture and fandom, with songs like "Choose Your Own Avenger (feat. Dual Core, Wordburglar, NiLLa, Touch & MikeAll)," "Klingon Neighbors" and "Skill of Gymnastics, Kill of Karate."

Thus Owls has the highest debut on the chart at #24 with dramatic, poetic track "Future/Past." Last week, the duo released a new album, The Mountain that We Live Upon, which was recorded live off the floor at the Montreal studio Hotel2Tango.

Royal Canoe also debuts on the chart this week with a new song called "Rayz."

Toronto based pop artist Ralph has been steadily climbing up the chart for seven weeks, and now reaches the top spot with "Tables Have Turned."

Here is the full rundown of the top 30 songs this week:

30. More Or Les, “Nerd Love”
29. Ryder Havdale, “Good Girls”
28. Tokyo Police Club, “Hercules”
27. Klaus, “Fever”
26. Royal Canoe, “Rayz”
25. Claude Munson, “Love Comes Knocking”
24. Thus Owls, “Future/Past” *highest debut*
23. Oromocto Diamond, “Sol Hess”
22. Pascale Picard, “The Beauty We’ve Found”
21. Danny Michel, “Purgatory Cove”
20. Jacobus, “About Moi”
19. Choses Sauvages, “La Valse Des Trottoirs”
18. Milk & Bone, “BBBLUE (Summertime Sadness Edit)”
17. Art d’Ecco, “Never Tell”
16. Golden Drag, “Caught Leaking Light”
15. Nick Ferrio, “I Don’t Know How Long”
14. Deux Trois, “Salt”
13. Munya, “Des Bisous Partout”
12. Chris Velan, “All Time Record”
11. The Darcys, “Just Here With My Friend (feat. Leah Fay)”
10. Devon Welsh, “By The Daylight”
9. Sandro Perri, “In Another Life”
8. Helena Deland, “Claudion”
7. Chastity, “Heaven Hell Anywhere Else”
6. Basement Revolver, “Dancing”
5. MorMor, “Lost”
4. Jeen, “Any Moment”
3. Lou Canon, “Uncover The Lover”
2. Jim Bryson, “Cut Bait”
1. Ralph, “Tables Have Turned”