June 14, 2017

Batpiss and Dan Sultan Hold Onto Top Spots In The Community Radio Charts

Batpiss and Dan Sultan Hold Onto Top Spots In The Community Radio Charts

The Amrap Metro and Amrap Regional Chartsprovide insight into what’s gaining airplay and attention on community radio. The charts show the top ten tracks ordered for airplay by community broadcasters through the Amrap’s AirIt music distribution service. This week Batpiss maintain #1 in the Amrap Metro Chart, with Dan Sultan also holding onto the #1 position in the Amrap Regional Chart.

Batpiss, the Melbourne-based punk outfit, remains #1 in the Amrap Metro Chart with Paralyzed. Listen to the official audio for Paralyzed as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including 4ZZZ Brisbane, Edge Radio Hobart, Triple R and 3MDR in VIC as well as Yass FM and FBi Radio in NSW. The grunge-rock track was included in FBi Radio Sydney’s New Music List, Edge Radio’s New Music List as well as SYN’s Sweet 16, with additional airplay from Harvey Community Radio and HFM in WA, 5 Triple Z, Fleurieu FM, Three D radio and Coast FM in SA, 3MDR, 3WAY, 3WBC and OCR FM in VIC as well as SWRFM, Yass FM, Bay FM, 2SEA, Hawkesbury Radio and Coast FM in NSW.

Dan Sultan takes out #1 in the Amrap Regional Chart once again, with latest offering Hold It Together. Listen to the official audio for the charting track as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including Harvey Community Radio in WA, Triple R and 96.5 Inner FM in VIC, Fraser Coast FM, Noosa FM and 4ZZZ in QLD as well as Bay FM, 2BBB, Northside Radio and Koori Radio in NSW. The blues-rock track, which is carried by a volcanic chorus, has received community radio airplay from Star FM in TAS, 2XX FM and ArtSound FM in the ACT, Coast FM, Fraser Coast FM, Noosa Community Radio and 4YOU in QLD, Harvey Community Radio, HFM, KCR FM, and Voice of the Avon in WA, Fleurieu FM, 5 Triple Z, Radio Alexandrina, Tribe FM, and Coast FM in SA, Plenty Valley FM, 3MGB, 99.9 Voice FM, 3NRG, PBS FM, 3WBC, OCR FM, 96.5 Inner FM, 98.9 North West FM, WMA FM, and 3WAY FM in VIC, as well Triple H FM, Northside Radio, 2RRR, Nambucca Valley Radio, Coast FM, 2SSR, 2SEA, 2BACR, Koori Radio, 2MCE, Coast FM, Bay FM, and Hawkesbury Radio in NSW.

Appearing at #2 in both the Amrap Metro and Amrap Regional Charts is Courtney Barnett with How To Boil An Egg. Listen to the official audio for the charting track, as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including 4ZZZ Brisbane, Triple R Melbourne, RTRFM Perth, Edge Radio Hobart,  as well as Bay FM, Yass FM and FBi Radio in NSW. How To Boil An Egg was included on RTRFM’s Sound Selection and SYN’s Sweet 16, alongside additional airplay from  Star FM in TAS, HFM in WA, Fraser Coast FM, Noosa Community Radio, Radio 4EB, Coast FM, and Cairns FM in QLD, Fleurieu FM, 5 Triple Z, Three D Radio, Radio Alexandrina, and Coast FM in SA, Triple R, Sunraysia Community Radio, PBS FM, 3WBC, 3RPP, 3MGB, OCR FM, 96.5 Inner FM, 3MDR, and 3WAY FM in VIC, as well as FBi Radio, Yass FM, Nambucca Valley Radio, Bay FM, Bay & Basin FM, TLC FM, Coast FM, 2RDJ, 2NSB, 2BOB, 2MCE, 2RRR, 2SEA and Hawkesbury Radio in NSW.

Kardajala Kirridarra appears at #3 in the Amrap Regional Chart, and also takes out #9 in the Amrap Metro Chart with Ngabaju (Grandmother’s Song). The empowering Indigenous track, sung in both Mudburra and English, was featured on RTRFM’s Sound Selection, alongside further airplay support from 2XX FM in ACT, Noosa Community Radio in QLD, Yolngu Radio and PAW Radio in NT, RTRFM, Radio Mama and HFM in WA, FBi Radio, Northside Radio, Radio Skidrow, Bay FM, Nambucca Valley Radio, Edge FM, and Hawkesbury Radio in NSW, Three D Radio, Radio Alexandrina, Radioksa, Fleurieu FM, 5 Triple Z, Coast FM and Umeewarra Media in SA, as well as PBS FM, Whitehorse Boroondara FM, Tribe FM, 96.5 Inner FM, WMA FM, 3MGB, OCR FM, Yarra Valley FM and 3MDR in VIC.

GL make their debut in the Amrap Metro Chart at #4 with Destiny. The electronic-pop track, driven by a bouncing bass line and compelling harmonies, appears in SYN’s Sweet 16 and RTRFM’s Sound Selection, with additional airplay from 5 Triple Z, Tribe FM, and WOW FM in SA, 98.9 North West FM, 96.5 Inner FM, and Plenty Valley FM in VIC, as well as FBi Radio, 2BACR, Nim FM, and 2RRR in NSW. 

The Jungle Giants are charting at #4 in the Amrap Regional Chart, whilst also re-entering the Amrap Metro Chart at #7 with On Your Way Down.Listen to the official audio for the synth-pop banger, as featured via Amrap Pages, on station websites including   Edge Radio Hobart, 2RRR and Bay FM in NSW, as well as Toowoomba Community Radio and 4ZZZ in QLD. The charting track was featured on Edge Radio’s New Music List, and has received airplay from Star FM in TAS, HFM and Voice of the Avon in WA, Noosa Community Radio, Radio 4EB, and Cairns FM in QLD, 5 Triple Z, Fleurieu FM, Three D Radio, Radio Alexandrina, and Coast FM in SA, 2WAY FM, 2NSB FM, 2BOB Radio, Nambucca Valley Radio, 2RRR and Bay FM in NSW, as well as 96.5 Inner FM, 3NRG, 3WBC, OCR FM, 3WAY FM, 99.9 Voice FM, Yarra Valley FM and 3MDR in VIC.

School Damage make their debut in the Amrap Metro Chart, with Tall Poppies appearing at #5. The four-piece garage pop-rock act performed a live-to-air set on Mixing Up The Medicine for Studio 5 Live on PBS FM Melbourne, which you can listen to here . Tall Poppies has received radio airplay support from FBi Radio in NSW, as well as Triple R and 3MDR FM in VIC.

Major Leagues are charting at #5 and #10 in the Amrap Regional and Amrap Metro Charts respectively, with the lo-fi pop-rock track Good Love.Watch the official video for the charting track, as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including 4ZZZ Brisbane, FBi Radio Sydney, and Triple R Melbourne. Good Love was included in FBi Radio Sydney’s New Music List and 4ZZZ Brisbane’s Top 20, HFM in WA, Tyga FM and Star FM in TAS, 4BAY and Noosa Community Radio in QLD, PBA FM, 5 Triple Z, Fleurieu FM, and Three D Radio in SA, FBi Radio, Yass FM, 2EAR FM, Nambucca Valley Radio, 2BOB Radio, Triple B and Coast FM in NSW, as well as Sunraysia Community Radio, Triple R, 3WBC, 3RPP, OCR FM and 96.5 Inner FM in VIC.  

Appearing at #6 in the Amrap Metro Charts is Cable Ties with Say What You Mean. The self-titled debut album from the Melbourne-based three-piece was included in 4ZZZ Brisbane’s Top 20, whilst also attaining Triple R Melbourne’s Album of the Week.  Watch the official music video forSay What You Mean as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including RTRFM Perth, 4ZZZ Brisbane as well as Triple R, 3MDR and 3WAY FM in VIC.

Debuting in the Amrap Regional Chart at #6 are The Preatures with latest single Girlhood. Watch the official video for the pop-rock track as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including Edge Radio Hobart, Fraser Coast FM in QLD, FBi Radio and Bay FM in NSW, 96.5 Inner FM and Triple R in VIC, as well as RTRFM, Harvey Community Radio and Voice of the Avon in WA.

Casey Donovan enters the Amrap Regional Chart at #7 with Lonely. The melancholic, soulful song has received airplay support from Yolngu Radio in NT, Nag Radio and Fraser Coast FM in QLD, Star FM and Tyga FM in TAS, Tjuma Pulka Media Aboriginal Corporation and Radio Mama in WA, Port Stephens FM, EDGE FM and 2SSR in NSW, 5 Triple Z, Tribe FM, radioksa and PBA FM in SA as well as 98.9 North West FM, 3MGB Wilderness Radio, 96.5 Inner FM, Whitehorse Boroondara fm and 96.5 Inner FM in VIC.

Baker Boy debuts at #8 in the Amrap Metro Chart with Cloud 9. Baker Boy joined Sara Savage on Triple R Melbourne’s Parallel Lines, to perform an acoustic version of the charting track, with a short teaser of the performance available to watch here. Watch the official video for Cloud 9 as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including 5 Triple Z in SA, Alpine Radio and Triple R in VIC, Noosa FM and Fraser Coast FM in QLD, FBi Radio, Bay FM and Triple H FM in NSW. Cloud 9 features in SYN’s Sweet 16, with additional airplay from Yolngu Radio in NT, Fraser Coast FM and 4YOU FM in QLD, Three D Radio and 5 Triple Z in SA, 3WAY and 96.5 Inner FM in VIC, Wangki Radio and Radio Mama  in WA as well as Bay FM, Koori Radio and Radio Skidrow in NSW. 

Mau Power enters the Amrap Regional Chart at #8 with Koiki. Watch the official lyric video for Koiki as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including 98.9 North West FM in VIC as well as 4ZZZ Brisbane. The emotive Indigenous hip-hop track has amassed airplay from Yolngu Radio in NT, Radio Mama and HFM in WA, Koori Radio, 2EAR and Radio Skidrow in NSW, Three D Radio, Radio Adelaide, 5 Triple Z, radioksa and WOW FM in SA as well as Seymour FM, PBS FM, 979fm, 98.9 North West FM,96.5 Inner FM and WMA fm in VIC.

Appearing at #9 in the Amrap Regional Chart is Cheap Fakes with Touch N Go. The charting track features in 4ZZZ Brisbane’s Top 20, alongside additional airplay from ArtSound FM in ACT, Star FM in TAS, Harvey Community Radio in WA, 5 Triple Z, Fleurieu FM and radioksa in SA, Nambucca Valley Radio, 2BOB Radio and NimFM in NSW, 3WBC, 98.9 North West FM and 99.9 Voice FM in VIC as well as Coast FM, Noosa Community Radio, Fraser Coast FM and 4YOU in QLD.

See the full Amrap Charts at www.airit.org.au