The Nods Chart on CMJ

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Winnipeg rock outfit The Nods broke the coveted CMJ 200 Chart in the U.S. at #177 (CMJ Radio 200 chart #1041) .

Now being played on over 175 college stations in the U.S,. The Nods latest album release, Static Pop, has become a college favourite from San Marcos Texas to Bowling Green Kentucky as well over 175 other stations across the U.S.

As another milestone for the bands Static Pop album, it was in the CMJ Top 20 Adds in the first week of their campaign at #14 (CMJ Radio 200 Adds chart #1073). In the first 3 weeks of there college music take-over, the band was added to 115 stations, in rotation at 59 and charting in the top 30 at 17.

Now in its sixth week tracking, the band is charting on 28 stations and in full rotation on 178. The band is hoping to break 200 stations in the next few weeks.

Static Pop is the second release by the five-year-old band, formerly known as Castrati.. They have toured throughout Canada a number of times in as well as shared the stage with the likes of Danko Jones, Buckcherry, Thornley, and Default. The Nods are currently planning their Canadian album release to retail in early April. This will coincide with a new tour and plans to tour U.S. colleges and make their way to the U.K.

The album is currently available online at iTunes and CDBaby and available locally in Winnipeg.

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