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RTRFM’s Top 100 Most Played Tracks of 2015

Monday 14th December / posted by Matt Tomich

Here we are, at the end of another year of great music. We’re dusting off the red carpet and rolling it out for RTRFM’s most played songs of 2015.

This year’s most played songs on RTRFM contains 73 Australian tunes, 63 of which are local.  Local heroes Tame Impala crop up five times throughout the list, rising star Kučka makes three entries in the top 50 and Courtney Barnett takes the crown as the only non-WA musician in the top twenty tracks.

Check out and full list below and keep listening throughout the week as our Out to LunchFull Frequency and Drivetime presenters delve into their favourite records, tracks and musical discoveries of the year.

Many thanks to the fine folks at AMRAP and their AMRAP Pages website services which helped us compile and put together the below list.

STREAM & LISTEN TO  THE FIRST 50 TRACKS HERE

Head to our Top 10s & 20s page for the full list of the 100 most played tracks of 2015.

1. Tame Impala – Let It Happen (WA)
2. Koi Child – Black Panda (WA)
3. French Rockets – Stuck in a Moment ft. Adalita (WA)
4. Koi Child – Slow One (WA)
5. Courtney Barnett – Pedestrian at Best (AU)
6. Catlips – Fade (WA)
7. Spaceman – Katzenjammer (WA)
8. Leafy Suburbs – Pocari Sweat (WA)
9. Courtney Barnett – Depreston (AU)
10. Flower Drums – Don’t Wait ft. St South (WA)

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