We've recently changed the audio format for our live stream in order to improve the quality and to support more devices and services such as iHeartRadio.
Unfortunately, this means we can no longer support Internet Explorer for listening to our live stream as it does not support the new format. Please see our Streaming Guide for alternative ways to listen to our live stream on your computer, mobile or smart speaker devices.
Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause!
We require a digital copy of all submissions. To submit your music digitally, email our Music Coordinator Will Backler (email@example.com) and ensure your submissions includes the following:
A download link to your clearly labelled music (i.e. Artist – Song Name.wav) that’s at least a 320kbps MP3 or a WAV file, with EPs and albums as a zipped folder. Services such as dropbox, google drive or wetransfer are perfect. Please also provide in your email submission:
We also love premiering songs on-air and videos via our website and social media – please submit music 2 weeks ahead of its release to ensure there is time for it to be listened to and considered when pitching premieres or interviews before launches (see interviews section below).
We love physical copies of finished albums and EPs, however, these must be accompanied with a digital submisison via email as described above. This is to ensure the widest number of presenters have access to your music, greatly increasing your chances of airplay, as compared to a few physical copies.
If you’re a local band, you can pop into the office at 642 Beaufort Street, Mt. Lawley and drop off your albums. Otherwise, send your CDs (4-5 copies is ideal) to our Music Coordinator:
PO Box 842
Due to the high volume of music sent to RTRFM and the large amount of requests for feedback, we are not able to reply to every single person wanting specific and detailed info on why their music may or may not be played on air.
Maybe! Get in touch with our Events & Operations Co-ordinator Chris Wheeldon at firstname.lastname@example.org. Send all the things you’d naturally send to someone booking a gig – a little info about your band, a link to your music and links to your social media profiles. We put on heaps of events every year and we’re always on the lookout for the best bands in Perth to play our gigs.