With the generous support of donors who share our passion for community media, the CBF helps musicians reach fans and new audiences on community radio. The Australian Music Radio Airplay Project (Amrap) provides musicians with the tools and support needed to distribute their music to community radio stations for airplay. In addition to growing their audiences, musicians can identify the location of stations playing their music and plan their promotions and touring accordingly.
Established in 2000, Amrap has circulated more than 500,000 music files across the country. We proudly celebrate Australian music by funding Amrap, overseen by the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA).
Ben Mitchell, a singer/songwriter from Healesville, speaking first-hand about his experience:
“Getting all 17 tracks from my latest release Chance To Love played on stations across the country probably wouldn’t have happened without Amrap. Discovering Amrap was a game changer for me”.
Part of Ben’s album launch and touring schedule included interviews and in-studio performances at community radio stations.
Free for broadcasters
All Australian community radio stations, music directors and content producers can access Amrap’s free AirIt service at any time.
Are you an Australian musician looking for airplay? Visit Airit for more information. To find out who is playing your music, undertake an Airplay search.