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Most Played Tracks of 2018

Friday 11th January / posted by Chris Wheeldon

We have crunched the numbers and can reveal the most played tracks on RTRFM for 2018.

No real surprises that a whole chunk of them (79%) are local and Australian artists make up most of the remainder.

For the full list of all 50 of our most played tracks head to our Spotify. 

The top ten most play tracks are: (please note, some songs share places as they had equal amounts of plays)

1. Carla Geneve - Greg's Discount Chemist

2. Tanaya Harper - Graceless

3. Demon Days - Disco Baby

4. Hyclass - Queen

Mt. Mountain - Cathedral

6. Noah Dillon - Maggots

Parquet Courts - Wide Awake

8. Your Girl Pho - I Can't Take It
https://open.spotify.com/track/3pZh1sE32rFIlqqud25vKx 

9. Grievous Bodily Calm - Footwork

Mojo Juju - Native Tongue

Simone & Girlfunkle - Girls

Verge Collection - Feelin' Old

Full list
1 Carla Geneve Greg's Discount Chemist
2 Tanya Harper Graceless
3 Demon Days Disco Baby
4 Hyclass Queen
4 Mt. Mountain Cathedral
6 Noah Dillon Maggots
6 Parquet Courts Wide Awake
8 Your Girl Pho I Can't Take It
9 Grievous Bodily Calm Footwork
9 Mojo Juju Native Tongue
9 Simone & Girlfunkle Girls
9 Verge Collection Feelin' Old
13 Demon Days No Winners
14 JAMILLA Beautiful
14 Rabbit Island Deep in the Big
14 Your Girl Pho Feelen
17 New Talk Red Tuesday
18 Carla Geneve Listening
18 Pat Chow No Strings
18 Stella Donnelly Talking
21 Carla Geneve Red Rocks
21 Em Burrows Boy
23 Kaiit OG Luv Kush Pt 2
23 Simone & Girlfunkle Gary Song
25 Amyl & The Sniffers Cup Of Destiny
26 Demon Days Killer Bees
27 Abbe May Love Decline
27 Calmly 30
27 The Little Lord St Band Heartache Moon
27 Lowtide Elizabeth Tower
27 Web Rumours Downtown Denizen
32 JAMILLA King
32 Priscilla You've Faded
34 Beach House Lemon Glow
34 Davey Craddock One Punch
34 Odette Mercy &her Soul Atomics Baby
34 Pat Chow Make It Hard
34 Tropical Fuck Storm You Let My Tyres Down
39 Courtney Barnett Nameless, Faceless
39 Feels Research
39 Feels They Need Us Ft. Stella Donnelly
39 Peggy Gou It makes you forget
39 Rabbit Island Interstate
39 Skullcave Next Earth
45 Big Orange Goodnight Kiss Vampire Bite
45 Lucy Peach Be So Good
45 Your Girl Pho Sinister
48 Denise Le Menice Heart
48 Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse Bindi Bindi
48 Sakidasumi I Miss You So But I'm Heading Home
48 Skullcave Fear to hide
48 Soccer Mommy Your Dog
48 Sudan Archives Nont For Sale
54 Odette Mercy & Her Soul Atomics You Lose
54 Zan Salafi Secrets

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