Chart Analysis August 1, 2017

Kllo Joins Paul Kelly At The Top Of The Community Radio Charts

Kllo Joins Paul Kelly At The Top Of The 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 ten tracks ordered for airplay by community broadcasters through the Amrap’s AirIt music distribution service. This week sees Kllo rise to #1 in the Amrap Metro Chart, with Paul Kelly continuing his hold of #1 in the Amrap Regional Chart.

Kllo have moved into #1 in the Amrap Metro Chart this week with their track ’Virtue’. Listen to the official audio for the club-ready, electro-pop single, as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including Edge Radio Hobart, Radio Adelaide in Adelaide, HFM in WA, 4ZZZ Brisbane, Triple R Melbourne, as well as FBi Radio and Bay FM in NSW. ’Virtue’ was included in RTRFM’s Sound Selection, SYN’s Sweet 16, and FBi Radio’s New Music List, with additional airplay from stations including HFM in WA, Fraser Coast FM in QLD, CAAMA in NT, Tribe FM and 5 Triple Z in SA, 96.5 Inner FM, 3WAY FM and OCR FM in VIC, as well as 2BACR FM, Radio Skid Row, Bay FM, 2BOB Radio and Hawkesbury Radio in NSW.

Paul Kelly maintains the #1 position in the Amrap Regional Chart for the third week running, with his latest single, ’Firewood and Candles’. Watch a live performance of the blues-rock track, as featured via Amrap Pages, on station websites including 2XX  Canberra, Edge Radio Hobart, Fleurieu FM in SA, Harvey Community Radio in WA, 3WAY FM in VIC, Fraser Coast FM  and Noosa FM in QLD, as well as Triple H FM, Northside Radio and Bay FM in NSW. ’Firewood and Candles’ has earned community radio airplay from stations including City Park Radio in TAS, 2XX FM Canberra, Radio 4YOU, Noosa Community Radio, Fraser Coast FM and TEN FM in QLD, Hills Radio, 5 Triple Z, Tribe FM, Fleurieu FM and Radio Alexandrina in SA, Radio Fremantle, Radio Mama, Voice of the Avon, KCR FM and Wangki Radio in WA, Seymour FM, 99.9 Voice FM, OCR FM, Sunbury Radio, Eastern FM, 3MGB Wilderness Radio, 3MDR, UGFM – Radio Murrindindi, 3WBC, 3NRG, 94.7 The Pulse, Kilmore Community Radio and 3WAY FM in VIC, as well as Eastside FM, 2NVR, 2EAR, 2SSR FM, Coast FM, Nambucca Valley Radio, 2AIR FM, 2MCE FM, 2SEA, Bay FM, 2NUR, 92.5 FM Youth Radio, Bay & Basin, and 2RRR in NSW.    

Batpiss have climbed into #2 in the Amrap Metro Chart with their track ’Paralyzed’, which has re-appeared in the Metro chart after its first appearance back in June. The Melbourne based three-piece recently released their third album Rest In Piss, which was SYN’s Aussie Album of the Week, FBi Radio’s Album of the Week, Edge Radio’s Album of the Week and is currently Triple R’s Album of the Week, alongside a feature in 4ZZZ’s Top 20. Listen to the official audio for ’Paralyzed’ as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including Edge Radio Hobart, FBi Radio Sydney, Harvey Community Radio and HFM in WA, 4ZZZ and Fraser Coast FM in QLD as well as Triple R and 3MDR in VIC.

Debuting at #2 in the Amrap Regional Chart is Jed Rowe with the country-folk track ’Tailem Bend’. Watch an intimate live performance of the track, which exemplifies the lap slide guitar and Rowe’s emotive vocals, as featured via Amrap Pages on station website Fraser Coast FM in QLD. ’Tailem Bend’ has received airplay from Radio Mama in WA, Coast FM, Fraser Coast FM, Noosa FM and Gin Gin’s Own in QLD, 5 Triple Z, Coast FM, Fleurieu FM and WOW FM in SA, 2BOB Radio, 2OCB, Bay & Basin, 2CHR FM and 2AIR FM in NSW, as well as 98.5 Apple FM, UGFM – Radio Murrindindi, 96.5 Inner FM, 3WAY FM, Hot FM, 99.9 Voice FM, Seymour FM, 3MGB, 3WBC and Radio Mansfield in VIC.

Great Outdoors ascends into #3 in the Amrap Metro Chart with ’partways’. The rocking single has earned community radio support from stations including Star FM in TAS, Coast FM in QLD, HFM in WA, OCR FM and 96.5 Inner FM in VIC, as well as Triple B, Radio Skid Row, Yass FM and Triple H FM in NSW. The band’s sophomore album, Fake News, was also included in Triple R’s Soundscapes, with another track off the LP, titled ’Keep Your Focus’, featuring in ‘The 9 Best Aussie Songs You Haven’t Heard Yet’ with 4ZZZ Brisbane’s Nick Rodwell and Chris Cobcroft, as featured via Tone Deaf.

Glenn Skuthorpe enters the Amrap Regional Chart at #3 with ’See My World’. Watch the official video for the charting track as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including Fraser Coast FM in QLD, 96.5 Inner FM in VIC, as well as Voice of the Avon in WA.’See My World’ has received radio airplay from City Park Radio in TAS, Voice of the Avon and Radio Mama in WA, Nim FM, 2OCB and 2AIR FM in NSW, Coast FM, Fraser Coast FM, Noosa FM and Gin Gin’s Own in QLD, Coast FM, Fleurieu FM, Umeewarra Media and 5 Triple Z in SA, 96.5 Inner FM, 3WAY FM, Triple H, 99.9 Voice FM and UGFM – Radio Murrindindi in VIC.

The Stevens slide into the #4 position in the Amrap Metro Chart with ’Chancer’. The Stevens’ second album, Good, featured in PBS FM’s Top Ten, and was more recently included in Triple R’s Soundscapes. ’Chancer’ was also featured in FBi Radio’s New Music List, with additional airplay from OCR FM in VIC, HFM in WA, as well as Radio Skid Row, Yass FM, Hawkesbury Radio and Radio Northern Beaches in NSW.

Maja
takes out #4 in the Amrap Regional Chart during the third appearance with ’Wake Up and Find’. Maja performed a beautiful stripped back rendition of the soulful-pop track for Ozone on Zed Digital on 4ZZZ Brisbane. View the performance here. ’Wake Up and Find’ was included in 4ZZZ’s Top 20, whilst receiving further airplay from City Park Radio in TAS, Radio 4YOU, Noosa Community Radio, and Fraser Coast FM in QLD, Tribe FM, Fleurieu FM, 5 Triple Z and Radio Alexandrina in SA, 3WBC, 99.9 Voice FM, 98.9 North West FM, Yarra Valley FM, OCR FM, 3WAY FM and 3MGB Wilderness Radio in VIC, as well as 2NSB, 2SER, 2AIR FM, 2BOB Radio, 2MCE, Radio Nambucca, 92.5 FM Youth Radio, Bay & Basin, 2RRR and Triple H in NSW.

Kardajala Kirridarra appear at #5 in the Amrap Metro Chart and also at #7 in the Amrap Regional Chart with ’Ngurra (Rain Song)’. Beatrice Lewis dropped by Breaking And Entering on Triple R Melbourne to discuss her involvement in various musical projects and how they led to her working with Kardajala Kirridarra. She touches on meeting songwriter and vocalist Eleanor Dixon and being immensely inspired by her, so much so that she re-shifted her focus and other projects in order to be able to collaborate with her. Beatrice discusses the importance of Indigenous language, the creation story of Kardajala Kirridarra (Sandhill Women), and how the premise of the album is to promote and also remind of the importance of women as creators. Listen to the interview here. The self-titled debut album was PBS FM’s Breakfast Spread Feature Album, Triple R’s Album of the Week, and was also included in FBi Radio’s New Music List, 2SER’s Servin’ Up, 4ZZZ’s Top 20, with ’Ngurra (Rain Song)’ also featuring in SYN’s Sweet 16.

Alizarin Crimson debuts at #5 in the Amrap Regional Chart with ’Limbo’. View the official video for the funk-soul infused pop track, as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including Fraser Coast FM in QLD, Radio Adelaide in Adelaide, Harvey Community Radio in WA, 96.5 Inner FM in VIC, as well as 97.9 Valley FM and Eastside Radio in NSW. ’Limbo’ has amassed further airplay from Coast FM in QLD, UGFM – Radio Murrindindi and 99.9 Voice FM in VIC, Port Stephens FM, 2NUR and 92.5 FM Youth Radio in NSW, as well as Tribe FM, Fleurieu FM, 5 Triple Z and radioksa in SA.

The Ocean Party enters the Amrap Metro Chart at #6 with their latest offering ’More To Run’. Watch the official video for the pop-rock track, as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including 4ZZZ Brisbane, Edge Radio Hobart, Radio Adelaide in Adelaide, 96.5 Inner FM and Triple R in VIC, as well as Yass FM and FBi Radio in NSW. ’More To Run’ has also received further community radio airplay from 5EFM in SA, as well as 2RRR and 92.5 FM Youth Radio in NSW.

Corey Theatre takes out #6 in the Amrap Regional Chart this week, with the folk-pop track ’Music’. The charting track was included in Radio Adelaide’s Heaps Good 20, with additional airplay support from Coast FM in QLD, Radio Mama in WA, PAW Radio and Yolngu Radio in NT, 2BOB Radio, 2AIR FM, Northside Radio, 2OCB and 2MCE FM in NSW, WOW FM, Fleurieu FM, Umeewarra Media, 5 Triple Z, Radio Adelaide and Radio Alexandrina in SA, as well as Triple H, Sunraysia Community Radio, 3WAY FM, 3WBC, WMA FM, and OCR FM in VIC.

Manu Crooks makes his first appearance in the Amrap Metro Chart, with ’Ridin’ charting at #7. Listen to the official audio for the hip-hop track, as featured via Amrap Pages, on station websites such as FBi Radio Sydney. ’Ridin’ has received additional spins from community radio stations including 5 Triple Z and WOW FM in SA, 96.5 Inner FM and Seymour FM in VIC.

Casey Barnes is charting at #8 during his third consecutive appearance in the Amrap Regional Chart with the track ’The Way We Ride’. Watch the official video for the charting track as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including Radio Adelaide in SA, Voice of the Avon in WA, Noosa FM in QLD, 3WAY, and 96.5 Inner FM in VIC, as well as 2MCR, 2LVR, 2RRR in NSW. ’The Way We Ride’ has earned airplay from City Park Radio in TAS, Radio Mama and Voice of the Avon in WA, 5 Triple Z, Fleurieu FM and Tribe FM in SA, 3WBC, 99.9 Voice FM, OCR FM, and 3MGB Wilderness Radio in VIC, 2SSR FM, 2MCE FM, 92.5 FM Youth Radio, Bay & Basin FM, 2CHR FM and Nambucca Valley Radio in NSW, as well as Gin Gin’s Own, 4CBL, Noosa FM, Coast FM, TEN FM and Fraser Coast FM in QLD.

Small World Experience debut at #9 in the Amrap Metro Chart with ’Daily Grind’. Watch the official video for ’Daily Grind’, as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including 4ZZZ Brisbane and Triple R Melbourne. Small World Experience’s album Soft Knocks was featured in Triple R’s Soundscapes, with the charting track receiving community radio airplay from 92.5 FM Youth Radio in NSW, 96.5 Inner FM in VIC as well as Noosa FM and Gin Gin’s Own in QLD.

Fanny Lumsden enters the Amrap Regional Chart at #9 with ’Roll On’. The first single to be lifted from Lumsden’s second album, ’Roll On’ has received airplay from City Park Radio in TAS, Radio Mama and Voice of the Avon in WA, TEN FM, Noosa FM and Gin Gin’s Own in QLD, Coast FM, 5 Triple Z, and Fleurieu FM in SA, Yass FM, Bay & Basin, 2CHR, 2OCB, 2AIR FM, Northside Radio, and Nambucca Valley Radio in NSW, as well as 3WAY FM, Hot FM, 96.5 Inner FM, 99.9 Voice FM, Seymour FM, 3WBC and Radio Mansfield in VIC.

Melbourne’s Tiny Little Houses are charting at #10 in the Amrap Metro Chart with ’Garbage Bin’. Watch the official video for the track as featured via Amrap Pages on station websites including Radio Adelaide in Adelaide, FBi Radio and Bay FM in NSW, as well as Fraser Coast FM and 4ZZZ in QLD. Garbage Bin has appeared in SYN’s Sweet 16 and FBi Radio’s New Music List, with further airplay from 6TCR in WA, 5 Triple Z in SA, 2RRR in NSW, Noosa FM in QLD, as well as 96.5 Inner FM and 3WBC in VIC.

Making their debut in the Amrap Regional Chart at #10 is Collegians with their latest offering ’Vaccine’. Watch a behind the scenes snippet of the making of Vaccine, as featured via Amrap Pages, on stations websites including 97.9 Valley FM in NSW as well as 979fm in VIC. The post-modern rock track has earned community radio support from Nambucca Valley Radio and Triple H in NSW, 5 Triple Z, Coast FM and 5KIX FM in SA, as well as 979fm, 3MDR, Sunraysia Community Radio, Yarra Valley FM and UGFM – Radio Murrindindi in VIC.

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

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