Amrap Chart Wrap – Mojo Juju and Bad//Dreems Top Community Radio Charts
The Amrap Metro and Amrap Regional Charts provide a snapshot of what’s gaining airplay and attention on community radio. The charts show the Top 10 tracks ordered for airplay by community broadcasters through the Amrap’s AirIt music distribution service. This week sees a number of artists entering the charts for the first time, while Mojo Juju remains on top.
Mojo Juju holds on to the #1 spot on the Amrap Regional Chart for the second week running with the dark and swinging They Come and They Go. The searing single also racked up its third consecutive week in the Metro Chart, coming in at #4. The official music clip for the track continues to gain traction on station websites far and wide including here on Harvey Community Radio in WA, RTR FM in Perth, 4ZZZ in Brisbane and Byron Bay FM in NSW. Mojo explained how she first got into music in an interview last week on 979 FM in Melton, Victoria. Listen back here.
Bad//Dreems has topped the Amrap Metro Chart with Cuffed and Collared, having debuted at #3 last week. They’ve picked up rotation on FBi Radio Sydney and SYN in Melbourne and have received further airplay at a vast assortment of stations including 897 FM in WA, 4DDB in QLD, Gove FM in NT, 979 FM, Voice FM, Sunbury Radio, RPC FM and 96.5 Inner FM in VIC, Radio Adelaide and Three D in SA, as well as 2HHH, 2SEA and Yass FM in NSW. Listen to the track via Amrap Pages on Triple R and 3MDR in VIC and 4ZZZ Brisbane.
Ruby Boots are up from #10 to #2 in the Amrap Regional Chart with the tender twang of Wrap Me in a Fever. Stations that are newly in love with the track include RTR FM Perth, Triple R, Inner FM, Voice FM and JOY 94.9 in VIC, as well as Coast FM, 107.7 FM and 5GTR FM in SA.
friendships are gaining listenership, up from #8 to #3 on the Metro Chart with the dark and primalWhen I Feel Like Killing I Murder. Watch the pounding bass and jungle rhythms come to life in the official clip featured on Amrap Pages on RTR FM Perth and Harvey Community Radio in WA. The boys also dropped in for a chat on PBS FM’s Zen Arcade last week. Listen back to the good times here.
Kankawa Nagarra, otherwise known as Olive Knight, debuts at #4 on the Regional Chart with Tell you a Story from her new album Heroes & Laments,a heartfelt tribute to the Kimberley. Check out a behind the scenes look at the recording of the album via this Amrap Page on Gin Gin’s Own in QLD. Other stations across Australia loving the Walmatjarri woman’s work include, Gove FM in NT, Waringarri Radio and RTR FM in WA, Valley FM in Canberra, Bay FM in NSW, 979 FM in VIC, Fraser Coast Community Radio in QLD and Three D in SA.
Hockey Dad and Alpine have entered the Metro Chart at #9 and #10 respectively. Listen back to Hockey Dad guest programming ‘Static’ on 2Ser last week in support of the new single Can’t Have Them. You can also check out Alpine’s brand new official video for Foolish featured on station websites including Triple R Melbourne and RTR FM Perth.
See the full Amrap Charts at www.airit.org.au