June 2016 ‘Top 55′ Song Chart: RadioFlag DJ’s Gave These Artists the Most Spins

 

RadioFlag’s  ‘Top 55 Song Chart’ is made possible by independent, live radio DJs from college and internet radio stations from around the globe. Every month the Song Chart showcases mostly ‘just released’ (and many ‘not yet released’) music, comprised mainly of new emerging bands and artists from around the world. The Song Chart is based on the number of spins Radio DJs give a track. Data is collected from the songs these radio DJs post on their RadioFlag profile via its playlist feature. This is then analyzed each week. June’s line up is filled with a colorful of assortment sounds and genres described as follows: pop, synthpop, electropop, indie pop, progressive pop, piano pop, cinematic pop, goth pop, cinematic soul, blues, alt blues, disco-punk, dystopian punk, pop punk, country, Mardi Gras, Indian funk, electronic, rock & roll, rock, indie rock, hard rock, experimental rock, groove rock, acid rock, heavy psych rock, psychobilly, aggrotech, metal, heavy metal, thrash metal, melodic death metal, and tons of alternative music.

The Radio DJs on RadioFlag who are the first to us its playlist feature, are setting new documented music trends, and they authentically have their finger on the pulse of emerging music and culture both locally and globally; so they often discover and give airplay to new music acts before anyone else. So, if you’re a music artist or band, maybe think about connecting with radio DJ’s via RadioFlag. Check out their profile, tune in to a live show, and if you think they’ll like your style, send them a message or link to your music. If they like your sound and vice versa, they may just give you some spins. If they are posting the music they play, you will see their ‘Playlist’ button on their profile page. Click it and see if the tracks they play sync up with your style. Music can even be purchased directly from the DJs playlist via RadioFlag’s app.

 N  ‘new music’ released within 2015/16, or soon to be released

Top 55  SongChart for June 2016:

  1. N Sweethead – ‘Descent to the Surface’ (rock, alternative) Los Angeles BUY
  2. N Volbeat – ‘Black Rose’ (hard rock, psychobilly) Copenhagen, Denmark BUY
  3. N Devil’s Din – ‘Phaze Ulysses’ (heavy psych rock) Montréal, Québec BUY
  4. N MILCK – ‘Devil Devil’ (pop, cinematic soul) Los Angeles BUY
  5. N Wildcat! Wildcat! – ‘Relentless’ (synthpop) Los Angeles BUY
  6. Black Pistol Fire – ‘Alabama Coldcock’ (rock, blues) Toronto BUY

  7. N Diskopunk – ‘Fire’ (disco-punk) Sweden BUY

  8. N Jorn – ‘The Final Frontier (Iron Maiden Cover)’ (heavy metal) Norway BUY

  9. N Gothic Tropic – ‘Stronger’ (indie, pop) Los Angeles BUY

  10. N Denny White – ‘Sweetness’ (pop) Los Angeles BUY

  11. N Broods – ‘Free’ (indie pop, electropop) New Zealand BUY

  12. N Cha Wa – ‘Ooh Na Nay’ (Mardi Gras, Indian funk) New Orleans BUY
  13. N The Zolas – ‘Swooner’ (progressive pop, piano pop) Vancouver BC BUY
  14. N Swerve – ‘Are You Coming Home with Me’ (rock & roll) Los Angeles BUY
  15. N Blacktop Queens – ‘Everybody’ (alternative rock) Los Angeles BUY
  16. N 888 – ‘Critical Mistakes’ (alternative pop, rock) Denver, Colorado BUY
  17. N Colours – ‘Mind Games’ (electronic, alternative) Sarasota, Florida BUY
  18. N Exmortus – ‘Appassionata (Beethoven Cover)’ (metal) Los Angeles BUY
  19. N Hannah Georgas – ‘Waste’ (indie pop) Newmarket/Vancouver, Canada BUY
  20. N Satellite Hearts – ‘Cost of Living’ (indie rock) Rock Island, Illinois BUY
  21. N Gates – ‘Eyes’ (rock) New Brunswick, New Jersey BUY
  22. N Ballroom Babies – ‘I Won’t Change’ (rock) Mississauga, Canada BUY
  23. N Charming Liars – ‘Soul’ (rock) London BUY
  24. N Kid Moxie – ‘Dirty Air’ (cinematic pop) Los Angeles BUY
  25. N Belle Histoire – ‘Madison’ (rock, indie pop) Cincinnati BUY
  26. N Night Terrors of 1927 – ‘Fall into You’ (indie pop) Los Angeles BUY
  27. N Raw Fabrics – ‘Get Me the Hell out of Here’ (alternative) Los Angeles BUY
  28. N Juliette Lewis – ‘Hello Hero’ (pop, alternative) Los Angeles BUY
  29. N New Volume – ‘One Touch’ (alternative) London BUY
  30. N Combichrist – ‘We Are The Plague’ (aggrotech) Atlanta, Georgia BUY
  31. Arch Enemy – ‘No Gods, No Masters’ (melodic death metal) Sweden BUY
  32. N Kvelertak – ‘Nattesferd’ (heavy metal) Rogaland, Norway BUY
  33. N Conway – ‘Attack’ (pop punk) Midwest, USA BUY
  34. N Death Valley Girls – ‘I’m a Man Too’ (dystopian punk) Los Angeles BUY
  35. N Flint Eastwood – ‘Glitches’ (pop) Detroit, Michigan BUY
  36. N Lindi Ortega – ‘I Ain’t the Girl’ (country) Toronto BUY
  37. N 20 Watt Tombstone – ‘Lair of the Swamp Witch’ (alt blues) Wisconsin BUY
  38. N Little Tybee – ‘Loaves of Bread’ (indie) Atlanta, Georgia BUY
  39. N Bleeker – ‘Highway’ (alternative) Toronto BUY
  40. N Nervosa – ‘Guerra Santa’ (thrash metal) Sao Paulo, Brazil BUY
  41. N KONGOS – ‘Take It from Me’ (rock) Johannesburg, South Africa BUY
  42. N Nico Vega – ‘I Believe (Get Over Yourself)’ (alternative) Los Angeles BUY
  43. N Radiohead – ‘Burn the Witch’ (alternative) Oxford, UK BUY
  44. N Hannah Georgas – ‘Don’t Go’ (indie pop) Newmarket, Vancouver BUY
  45. N Death Valley Girls – ‘Glow in the Dark’ (dystopian punk) Los Angeles BUY
  46. N Scorpion Child – ‘Moon Tension’ (acid rock) Austin, Texas BUY
  47. N Wind in Sails – ‘Keeping Count’ (alternative) Newport, Rhode Island BUY
  48. N Youngblood Hawke – ‘Knock Me Down’ (indie rock) Los Angeles BUY
  49. N Lords of Black – ‘Cry No More’ (heavy metal) Madrid, Spain BUY
  50. N So Below – ‘Sleep’ (goth pop) Auckland, New Zealand BUY
  51. N tide/edit – ‘Always Right, Never Left’ (instrumental rock) manila BUY
  52. N Rare Futures – ‘Reminding Me to Live’ (groove rock) New York BUY
  53. N Hands Like Houses – ‘Glasshouse’ (experimental rock) Australia BUY
  54. N Harbour – ‘What Happened to Us’ (experimental rock) Lebanon, Ohio BUY
  55. N Polyenso – ‘I.W.W.I.T.I.W.’ (alternative) St. Petersburg, Florida BUY

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May 2016 ‘Top 55′ Song Chart: RadioFlag DJ’s Gave These Artists the Most Spins

RadioFlag’s  ‘Top 55 Song Chart’ is made possible by independent, live radio DJs from college and internet radio stations from around the globe. Every month the Song chart showcases mostly ‘just released’ (and many ‘not yet released’) music, comprised mainly of new emerging bands and artists from around the world. The Song chart is based on the number of spins Radio DJs give a track. Data is collected from the songs these radio DJs post on their RadioFlag profile via its playlist feature. This is then analyzed each week. May’s line up is filled with a colorful of assortment sounds and genres described as follows: rock, hard rock, psychedelic rock, indie rock, garage rock, pop rock, prog rock, art rock, folk rock, melodic instrumental rock, experimental rock, rock & roll, contemporary, metal, heavy metal, thrash metal, death metal, melodic death metal, atmospheric death metal, Americana, rockabilly, art pop, electro pop, dream pop, synthpop, electronica, doom, hardcore, post-hardcore, grindcore, disco-punk, astral folk, acid folk, hip hop, rap, and tons of alternative music.

The Radio DJs on RadioFlag who are the first to us its playlist feature, are setting new documented music trends, and they authentically have their finger on the pulse of emerging music and culture both locally and globally; so they often discover and give airplay to new music acts before anyone else. So, if you’re a music artist or band, maybe think about connecting with radio DJ’s via RadioFlag. Check out their profile, tune in to a live show, and if you think they’ll like your style, send them a message or link to your music. If they like your sound and vice versa, they may just give you some spins. If they are posting the music they play, you will see their ‘Playlist’ button on their profile page. Click it and see if the tracks they play sync up with your style. Music can even be purchased directly from the DJs playlist via RadioFlag’s app.

 N  ’new music’ released within 2015/16, or soon to be released)

Top 55  SongChart for May 2016:

1. N Ryan Granville-Martin – ‘The Prisoner’ (alternative, indie-rock) Toronto, Canada BUY

Ryan Granville-Martin

 

 

 

 

2. N Custard – ‘We Are the Parents (Our Parents Warned Us About)’ (indie rock, contemporary) Brisbane, Australia BUY

3. N King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – ‘Invisible Face’ (psychedelic rock, garage) Melbourne, Australia BUY

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

4. N Kikagaku Moyo – ‘Kogarashi’ (psychedelic rock) Tokyo, Japan BUY

5. N Eve Hell and the Razors – ‘When the Lights Go Out’ (Americana, Rock & Roll, rockabilly) Calgary Canada BUY

6. N Van Halst – ‘Save Me’ (metal, hard rock) Western Canada BUY

7. N The Shelters – ‘Rebel Heart’ (rock, alternative rock) Los Angeles BUY
The Shelters

8. N Julia Holter – ‘Sea Calls Me Home’ (art pop) Los Angeles BUY

9. N Magic Bronson – ‘Hell with a Water Pistol’ (electronic) Los Angeles BUY

10). N Dustin Kensrue – ‘Gallows’ (post-hardcore) Orange County, California BUY

Dustin Kensrue

11. N Devildriver – ‘Retribution’ (melodic death metal) Santa Barbara, California BUY

12. N Acid Priest – ‘Midnight Celebrity’ (rock, doom) Toronto, Ontario BUY

13. N Radiohead – ‘Ful Stop’ (art rock, alternative) Abingdon, Oxfordshire BUY

14. N Wildcat! Wildcat! – ‘Relentless’ (synthpop) Los Angeles BUY

15. N Elohim – ‘Pigments’ (electro pop) Los Angeles BUY

16. N Six Feet Under – ‘Prowler’ (death metal) Tampa, Florida BUY

17. N Van Halst – ‘The End’ (metal, hard rock) Western Canada BUY

18. Augie March – ‘This Train Will Be Taking No Passengers’ (indie rock, pop rock) Melbourne, Australia BUY

19. N 20 Watt Tombstone – ‘Lair of the Swamp Witch’ (alt blues, noise rock) Wausau, Wisconsin BUY

20. N The Damn Truth – ‘Trainwreck’ (rock & roll) Montréal, Québec BUY

21. Black Tar Heroines – ‘Better Off in L.A.’ (Glam Rock, Neo-psychedelia) Carbondale, IL BUY

22. Dayseeker – ‘A Cancer Uncontained (Reimagined)’ (post-hardcore) Orange County, California BUY

23. Eskimo Joe – ‘Not Alone’ (rock) Fremantle, Western Australia BUY

24. N Little Tybee – ‘More Like Jason’ (indie) Atlanta, Georgia BUY

25. N Avec Sans – ‘Heartbreak Hi’ (electro pop) London, England BUY

26. N Arkells – ‘A Little Rain (A Song for Pete)’ (alternative) Hamilton, Ontario BUY

27. N Olympia – ‘Smoke Signals’ (alternative) Melbourne, Australia BUY

28. N Diskopunk – ‘Fire’ (disco-punk) Sweden BUY

29. N The Strumbellas – ‘Spirits’ (indie rock, alternative country) Lindsay, Ontario BUY

30. N Fallujah – ‘The Void Alone (Single)’ (atmospheric death metal) San Francisco BUY

31. Transviolet – ‘Bloodstream’ (electro pop) Los Angeles BUY

32. N The Standstills – ‘Rise of the Fall’ (rock) Oshawa, Ontario BUY

33. N Primal Fear – ‘The Devil in Me’ (metal) Germany, Sweden, Italy BUY

34. N Death Angel – ‘Cause for Alarm’ (thrash metal) San Francisco BUY

35.Orchestra of Spheres – ‘Electric Company’ (psychedelic) Wellington, New Zealand BUY

36. N Shiraz Lane – ‘Behind the 8-Ball’ (hard rock) Vantaa, Finland BUY

37. N The Zolas – ‘Molotov Girls’ (prog rock) Vancouver, BC BUY

38. N Caspian – ‘Darkfield’ (rock) Beverly, Massachusetts BUY

39. N Kvelertak – ‘Berserkr’ (heavy metal) Rogaland, Norway BUY

40. N Mutual Benefit – ‘Lost Dreamers’ (astral folk) New York City BUY

41. N Pyramids On Mars – ‘Dream Division’ (melodic instrumental rock) Hamilton, Ontario BUY

42. N Avatar – ‘House Of Eternal Hunt’ (metal, rock) Göteborg, Sweden BUY

43. N Haken – ‘The Endless Knot’ (progressive, metal, rock) London, England BUY

44. N Brian Eno – ‘Fickle Sun (III) I’m Set Free’ (experimental rock) Woodbridge, Suffolk, England BUY

45. N Born Ruffians – ‘Shade to Shade (Alternate Version)’ (indie rock) Midland, Ontario BUY

46. N Mumford & Sons – ‘Ditmas’ (folk rock) London, England BUY

47. N Lee Harvey Osmond – ‘Hell Boy Blues’ (acid folk) Hamilton, Ontario BUY

48. N Shiraz Lane – ‘House of Cards’ (hard rock) Vantaa, Finland BUY

49. N Hyper – ‘Ghost’ (electronica) Oxford, UK BUY

50. N Trails and Ways – ‘My Things’ (alternative) Oakland, California BUY

51. Alana Yorke – ‘Anthem’ (alternative, pream pop) Halifax, Nova Scotia BUY

52. The Reign of Kindo – ‘Dust’ (alternative) Buffalo, New York BUY

53. The Sword – ‘Cloak of Feathers’ (heavy metal) Austin, Texas BUY

54. Secret Broadcast – ‘More Than Friends’ (alternative) Toronto / Calgary BUY

55. Busta Rhymes Ft. Q-Tip – ‘Thank You’ (hip hop, rap) Brooklyn, New York BUY

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