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Top Played Tracks – May 2019

Monday 10th June / presented by Will Backler

As we enter the halfway point of the year, 2019 has blessed us with many amazing tunes, with our homegrown WA talent consistently turning out high quality, original music of all genres - just look no further than the top played tracks at RTRFM for the month of May!

RTRFM is not playlisted, meaning each of our knowledgeable presenters have 100% curatorial control over their programs, making the top played tracks at the station a huge deal.

As always with the amount of music being played each month, there were a number of ties among our top 11 most played tracks for the month.

Of these top 11 tunes, 7 were by women, 7 were from WA, 3 were from overseas, and 1 was from Melbourne (featuring a Perth vocalist).

Big thanks to Daniel Midgley for his statistical wizardry in running the numbers!!!

1. Material World Orchestra - Lost in the Future 2. Carla Geneve - Yesterday's Clothes 
 3. Cruel Noon - Slow (feat. Your Girl Pho)  4. Ghost Care - Another 

4. The Holy Smoke - Cross That River 

4. Jamilla - Bloom 

7. Cate Le Bon - The Light  7. Kate Tempest - Firesmoke 

7. Lucy Dacus - My Mother & I 

7. Market - Everytime (feat. Tanaya Harper) 

7. Shy Time - Check Break 

All live musical performances are included in our podcasts with the express permission of artists, who reserve all other rights in their music. All music used in our podcasts is licensed under an APRA Community Broadcasting license agreement.

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