July 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, indie pop, Britpop, art pop, electro pop, electronica, new wave, shoegazing, rock & roll, rock, punk rock, indie rock, hard rock, electronic rock, prog rock, instrumental post-rock, reggae, Mexican, metal, thrash metal, doom metal, heavy metal, death metal, modern death metal, trip hop, 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 July 2016:

  1. N Troup – ‘Mercury and Gold’ (rock) Los Angeles BUY

  2. N Beware of Darkness – ‘Dope’ (alternative rock) Santa Barbara BUY

  3. N New Valley Wolves – ‘Eyes on Me’ (rock & roll) Dublin BUY

  4. N mewithoutYou – ‘Chapelcross Towns’ (indie rock) Philadelphia BUY

  5. N Mother Leads – ‘Lost Cosmonauts’ (rock) Toronto BUY

  6. N Colours – ‘Mind Games’ (alternative) Sarasota, Florida BUY

  7. N The Soles – ‘Sand in the Sun’ (alternative rock) Toronto BUY

  8. N Moons of Mars – ‘Take It Easy’ (indie pop) Los Angeles BUY

  9. N Elektrik People – ‘Higher Love’ (electronica, pop) Los Angeles BUY

  10. N Royal Headache – ‘Another World’ (punk rock) Sydney BUY

  11. N Zodiac – ‘Like the Sun’ (rock, metal) Münster, Germany BUY
  12. N Metric – ‘Lie Lie Lie’ (new wave, pop) Toronto BUY
  13. N Ghost Town – ‘Spark’ (electronic rock) Hollywood BUY
  14. Cloudeater – ‘Hollow’ (trip hop) Atlanta BUY
  15. N The Wave – ‘Mean Girl’ (rock, blues) Ontario, Canada BUY
  16. N The Gifted – ‘Locked Down’ (pop) Los Angeles BUY
  17. Awolnation – ‘Thiskidsnotalright’ (alternative rock) Los Angeles BUY
  18. N Powers – ‘Sunshine’ (pop) Los Angeles, New York City BUY
  19. Ballerina Black – ‘Birth of a Felony’ (alternative rock) Los Angeles BUY
  20. N Gojira – ‘The Shooting Star’ (metal) Bayonne, France BUY
  21. N Mariachi Ghost – ‘Marigold’ (prog rock, Mexican) Winnipeg BUY
  22. Testament – ‘Disciples of the Watch’ (thrash metal) Berkeley BUY
  23. N Volbeat – ‘The Gates of Babylon’ (hard rock) Copenhagen, Denmark BUY
  24. N Bad Suns – ‘Disappear Here’ (alternative) Los Angeles BUY
  25. N Red Fang – ‘Flies’ (hard rock) Portland, Oregon BUY
  26. Placebo – ‘Pure Morning’ (alternative) London BUY
  27. Suzerain – ‘Dark Dark’ (alternative) London BUY
  28. White Town – ‘Your Woman’ (alternative) Derby, UK BUY
  29. N Whirr – ‘Ease’ (shoegazing, punk) San Francisco BUY
  30. N Julia Holter – ‘Silhouette’ (art pop) Los Angeles BUY
  31. Oasis – ‘Live Forever’ (Britpop, rock) Manchester, England BUY
  32. Young Guns – ‘Speaking in Tongues’ (rock) London BUY
  33. Darlia – ‘Stars Are Aligned’ (rock) Blackpool, UK BUY
  34. N Dust Bolt – ‘Mind the Gap’ (thrash metal) Germany BUY
  35. N Hammers of Misfortune – ‘Dead Revolution’ (metal) San Francisco BUY
  36. N Wolf Hoffmann – ‘Night on Bald Mountain’ (heavy metal) Germany BUY
  37. N PLTS – ‘On & On’ (indie rock) Byron Bay, Australia BUY
  38. N People and Stars – ‘You’re Not Alone’ (indie pop) Los Angeles BUY
  39. Audrey Fall – ‘Petrina’ (instrumental post-rock) Jelgava, Latvia BUY
  40. N Double Experience – ‘The Glimmer Shot’ (post-hardcore) Ontario BUY
  41. N Elohim – ‘Pigments’ (electro pop) Los Angeles BUY
  42. N Dust Bolt – ‘Portraits of Decay’ (thrash metal) Germany BUY
  43. I-Octane – ‘Topic of the Day’ (reggae) Jamaica BUY
  44. N Earthship – ‘In the Arms of Medusa’ (doom metal) Berlin, Germany BUY
  45. N Casi – ‘Lion’ (pop) Bangor, Wales BUY
  46. N Dawn of Disease – ‘Through Nameless Ages’ (death metal) Germany BUY
  47. N Rob Scallon – ‘Unconditional’ (instrumental) Chicago BUY
  48. N Carnifex – ‘Drown Me in Blood’ (modern death metal) San Diego BUY
  49. N Death – ‘Vacant Planets’ (death metal) Orlando, Florida BUY
  50. Exodus – ‘Kharma’s Messenger’ (thrash metal) Richmond, California BUY
  51. N Big Scary – ‘The Opposite of Us’ (indie pop) Melbourne, Australia BUY
  52. The Flatliners – ‘He Was a Jazzman’ (rock, punk) Ontario, Canada BUY
  53. N Secret Eyes – ‘Sunset’ (rock) Pittsburgh BUY
  54. N Icarus the Owl – ‘Peak and Valley Lines’ (alternative) Portland, Oregon BUY
  55. N House of Heroes – ‘Colors Run’ (rock) Columbus, Ohio BUY

via @airambrosia in cooperation with  SONG SYNERGY

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