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RTRFM Top Played Tracks Of September

Tuesday 9th October / posted by Will Backler

RTRFM is not playlisted, meaning all selections are 100% programmed and played by our presenters - and they select some absolutely bangin' tracks which have been programmed. Each month we crunch the numbers to find out the most played tracks of each month, so feast your eyes and ears on September's stand out tunes!

Here at RTRFM we love to support our homegrown talent, so the particularly awesome thing about this month's most played tracks is that they're all local artists from W.A!

Chilled electronic R&B producer & singer Jamilla took out number one spot with her latest track King that has a ridiculously catchy chorus, making it impossible not to sing along... and this wasn't her only appearance on the list!

Not far behind was hip hop sweetheart Hyclass with her track Queen that really punches through with a great hook.

This tune was followed by Peter Bibby's Long Baby, riddled with crunchy guitar and the raw vocals of Bibby himself, lifted from his recent Local Feature Album at the station, Grand Champion.

For the fourth a final position of our most played tracks of September, we had a three-way tie! Butter's Melt (ft. Jamilla) filled with a series of subtle but sharp beats that underline the collaborative vocals from most played artist for September Jamilla, carrying so much power throughout the song. Neue Heimat by new wave psych-pop outfit Web Rumors is a short but sweet electronic number filled with a gnarly "guitarmony" section and driving synth waves. Last but certainly not least, Your Girl Pho's I Can't Take It which has such a full sound enriched by the powerful vocals which are complemented by the twinkly keys and smooth saxophone.

1. Jamilla - King

2. Hyclass - Queen

3. Peter Bibby - Long Baby

4. Butter - Melt (ft. Jamilla)

4. Web Rumors - Neue Heimat

4. Your Girl Pho - I Can't Take It

Big thanks to Daniel Midgley for his statistic wizardry and number crunching skills!

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