Best Saskatchewan Albums: Public Voting On Now

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It’s been another great year for Saskatchewan music! From outstanding singles, EPs, and albums, to virtual concerts and international showcases, Saskatchewan artists have been working to get their music heard at home and beyond our borders in an incredibly challenging year. From the albums released in the past year, SaskMusic juries have assembled our Long List of 42 albums and now we need the public's help to determine the BEST ones of 2020. We encourage music fans to listen to as many albums as possible before voting.

The Top 10 Saskatchewan Albums of 2020 will be announced online the week of December 16. Only one vote per IP address will be recorded for the duration of the voting period. Voting closes at midnight, Sunday, December 13, 2020 CST.


This project is to promote and celebrate Saskatchewan music. We seek to raise more awareness of our province's music and celebrate our artists’ many successes. The top album as determined by this poll will receive the 2020 Saskatchewan Music Award for "Album of the Year."


  • 3 Moonjask, Lunar Elixir (Saskatoon)         
  • Aaron Karpinka, Tender Heart (Saskatoon)
  • ADEOLUWA, After Bells and Whistles (Regina)
  • Arcana Kings, Lions As Ravens (Regina)
  • The Basement Paintings, Antipodes (Saskatoon)
  • Bex, You'll Be Here Someday (Saskatoon)
  • Black Thunder, La Fine Creata (Regina)
  • Dex Riley, Body  (Saskatoon)
  • Doubt It, Dang It (Regina)
  • Dumb Angel, Dumb Angel (Saskatoon)
  • Dylan Jules Cooper, Summer (Saskatoon)
  • Ellen Froese & Campbell Woods, Farm Boy Sings The Blues (Saskatoon / Ottawa)
  • Fabric YXE & Dayda Banks, Leaving Neverland (Saskatoon)
  • Factor Chandelier, First Storm (Saskatoon)
  • The Garrys, Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages (Original Score) (Saskatoon)
  • Hoodoo, The LizardMang EP (Regina)
  • Jay & Jo, Victory (Honeymoon)
  • Jesse Brown, Where To? (Saskatoon)
  • JJ Voss, Come Along With Me (Regina)
  • jj white, Rewind (Saskatoon)
  • Jon Carteri, Road Trip to Mars (Regina)
  • Kay the Aquanaut & Maki, The Nautical Blue (Saskatoon / Kamloops)
  • Keiran Semple, Chester (Regina)
  • Legends, Legends (Regina)
  • LTP, Singularity (Regina)
  • Marshall Burns, Dogs and Booze (Regina)
  • Midnight Gallows, Attack Warning Red (Regina)
  • Natural Sympathies, Porous (Regina)
  • The North Sound, As The Stars Explode (Saskatoon)
  • Origin of Spin, Abstract Perception (Regina)
  • Patient Hands, Stasis (Saskatoon)
  • Patrick Moon Bird, USEFUL. (Prince Albert)
  • Pimpton, TUNNELZ (Regina)
  • The Radiation Flowers, Stuck in a Maze (Saskatoon)
  • Saintvicious, Saintvicious (Saskatoon)
  • Shirley & The Pyramids, A New American Classic (Saskatoon)
  • Skizza, Things I Found (Saskatoon)
  • The Steadies, Tiro de Leone (Saskatoon)
  • Tenille Arts, Love, Heartbreak, & Everything in Between (Weyburn)
  • Theo Maczek, Harvest The Sunrise (Saskatoon)
  • Toria Summerfield, From Her Rib (Saskatoon)
  • Yvonne St. Germaine, Sorrow Road (Saskatoon)

For more information on the BSA project please contact Lorena Kelly, Communications & Operations Manager, SaskMusic; or 1-800-347-0676.

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