July 26, 2016

Emily Wurramara and Cash Savage & the Last Drinks Top Community Radio Charts

 
The Amrap Metro and Amrap Regional Charts provide insight into 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 Emily Wurramara hold onto the top spot in the Amrap Regional Charts, while Cash Savage and the Last Drinks climb to #1 in the Metro stakes.
 
Emily Wurramara is still going strong in the Amrap Regional Chart, taking #1 in her third week and also grabbing #4 in the Metro stakes with Black Smoke. Emily recently dropped by PBS FM Melbourne for a chat and a live performance of her previous single Ngerraberrakernama (Wake Up) from the EP.  She also called into Eastside Radio Sydney to discuss her EP Black Smoke with Mel on Take One. Watch the official film clip as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including RTR FM Perth, Edge Radio Hobart, Triple H Sydney, Fraser Coast FM and Gin Gin’s Own in QLD, as well as 3SER, Inner FM and 979 FM in VIC.
 
Cash Savage and the Last Drinks have climbed to #1 in the Amrap Metro Chart with Falling, Landing having picked up spots in RTR FM Perth’s Sound Selection and 2ser Sydney’s SERvin’ Up! new music list, as well as feature album on PBS Melbourne. Watch the band perform live-to-air on Breakfasters on Melbourne’s Triple R here. You can also watch the official film clip as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including 4ZZZ Brisbane, RTR FM Perth, Edge Radio Hobart as well as Triple R and Casey Radio in VIC.
 
Bernard Fanning claims #2 in the Amrap Regional Chart with the new single Wasting Time. Watch the official video clip for the song as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including Fraser Coast FM in QLD, Heritage FM in WA, Huon FM and Tyga FM in TAS, Inner FM, North West FM and 979 FM in VIC, as well as Triple HBay FM, Northside Radio and 2GLF in NSW.
 
Flyying Colours have climbed to #2 in the Amrap Metro Chart with It’s Tomorrow Now having picked up spots in RTR FM Perth’s Sound Selection and FBi Radio Sydney’s new music lists. Watch live footage of the band as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including 4ZZZ Brisbane, RTR FM Perth, Triple H Sydney, as well as 979 FM and 3MDR in VIC.
 
Jason Owen has climbed to #3 in the Amrap Regional Chart with Proud Feat. Christine Anu, hand-picked by Emily at Sydney’s Koori Radio as one of The 7 Best Songs You Haven’t Heard Amrap’s feature series for Tone Deaf. Watch the touching video clip for the country single as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including Inner FM in VIC, Noosa FM in QLD, 2MCR in NSW, and the Community Radio Network’s national breakfast show Good Morning Country.

Big Scary have taken #3 in the Amrap Metro Chart with The Opposite of Us having picked up spots in RTR FM Perth’s Sound Selection, SYN Melbourne’s Sweet 16 and FBi Radio Sydney’s new music list. The single has racked up additional airplay in every state and territory at stations including 8CCC in NT, 2XX Canberra, Twin Cities Radio in WA, 4YOU and Valley FM in QLD, 5GTR, 5 Triple Z, Radio Goolwa and WOW FM in SA, 94.7 The Pulse, UG FM, HOT FM, 3WBC, Voice FM, 3NRG and 3CR in VIC, as well as 2SSR, 2EAR, 2TLC, 2REM, 2ser, Valley FM, 2RDJ, 2NVR, 2SEA and 2RRR Sydney.
 
Liz Stringer takes #4 in the Amrap Regional Chart with single Protecting Myself. Listen to her interview with Caitlin Nienaber of RTR FM Perth’s Breakfast program, chatting about her fifth studio album All the Bridges here. The single has picked up a spot in Triple R Melbourne’s Soundscape new music list. Watch the film clip as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including Triple R in Melbourne, 979 FM, Inner FM and 3SER in VIC, as well as 2GLF, Bay FM and Valley FM in NSW.
 
GL are back in the Amrap Metro Chart, taking #5 with the nocturnal single Hallucinate. The duo dropped by Triple R for a chat on Test Pattern. Listen back here. Watch the film clip as featured via Amrap Pages on NSW-based station websites including 2GLF, Valley FM and 2MCR.

Katie Brianna takes #5 in the Amrap Regional Chart for the second week running with Birmingham. Watch the official clip for the track as featured on
Inner FM in VIC’s station website. The single has racked up additional airplay across the country at stations including Tjuma Pulka FM in WA, King Island Community Radio in TAS, 5GTR, Alex FM, Fleurieu FM and 5 Triple Z in SA, Coast FM, Fraser Coast FM and Logan FM in QLD, 2BACR, Radio Norfolk, 2MCE, 2MIA FM, Northside Radio, and Coonamble Community Radio in NSW, as well as 3MGB, 3WBC, Yarra Valley FM, Voice FM, Hot FM and North West FM in VIC.
 
The Gooch Palms have re-entered the Amrap Metro Chart, taking #7 with Ask me Why having picked up feature record on PBS FM Melbourne, as well as spots in SYN Melbourne’s Sweet 16 and FBi Radio Sydney’s new music list. Listen to Leroy from the band chat to Michael and Charlie from SYN about their latest record Introverted Extroverts from which this song is taken. They discuss moving to the USA and why their home of Newcastle creeps into their music. Watch the official film clip as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including 4ZZZ Brisbane, Edge Radio Hobart, 2GLF in NSW, Harvey Community Radio in WA, RTR FM Perth, PBA FM in SA, and Triple R and Inner FM in VIC.
                                                 
Colin Jones & the Delta Revue have entered the Amrap Regional Chart at #7 with Mama don’t Weep. The delta blues tune has picked up airplay all over at stations including TYGA FM in TAS, PBA FM and Fleurieu FM in SA, Fraser Coast FM and Coast FM in QLD, Heritage FM and Tjuma Pulka Media in WA, Valley FM, 2MCR and 2SEA in NSW, as well as Inner FM, 3WBC, Eastern FM, Yarra Valley and Voice FM in VIC.
 
Remi takes #8 in the Amrap Metro Chart with Substance Therapy having picked up spots in SYN Melbourne’s Sweet 16 and FBi Radio Sydney’s new music list. Watch the official film clip as featured via Amrap Pages on Valley FM in NSW and 4ZZZ Brisbane’s station websites.
 
Sal Kimber & the Rollin’ Wheel debut at #8 in the Amrap Regional Chart with Come a Knockin’. The single has amassed airplay at stations including Coast FM in SA, Tjuma Pulka FM in WA, City Park Radio in TAS, Eastside FM, TLC FM, Northside Radio and 2AIR in NSW, Noosa FM, Coast FM and Fraser  Coast FM in QLD, as well as 3MGB, Eastern FM, 3RPC, Voice FM and Inner FM in VIC.
 
Sarah Mary Chadwick enters the Amrap Metro Chart at #9 with Cool It having picked up spots in RTR FM Perth’s Sound Selection and FBi Radio Sydney’s new music list. Listen back to Sarah’s interview with Sara Savage on her hometown station Triple R Melbourne’s Parallel Lines. She is also set to perform live-to-air on the station as part of their Drive live series for Melbourne International Film Festival.
 
The Mezcaltones have held onto a spot in the Amrap Regional Chart, taking #9 with Painted Lady. Listen here to an interview on 2YOU discussing the band dress code, recorded at the Tamworth Country Music Festival.
                                                                                                                                      
The Mouldy Lovers join the ranks of the Amrap Metro Chart at #10 with Civilised Crossfire. The eight-piece have picked up airplay across Australia at stations includingTwin Cities Radio in WA, Tjuma Pulka FM in TAS, Switch FM and Noosa Community Radio in QLD, 5 Triple Z and Fleurieu FM in SA, 3SER, 3NRG, Gippsland FM, Inner FM and 3MGB in VIC, as well as Valley FM, 2EAR, 2SEA, 2TLC, 2MCR, Port Stephens FM, 2BOB, Monaro FM and Eastside Radio in NSW.

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