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The Australian Music Radio Airplay Project (Amrap) distributes new Australian music to community radio stations nationwide and empowers broadcasters to promote new Australian music on air and online.

Community radio broadcasters are huge supporters of Australian music but it's extremely challenging for artists to distribute their music to the hundreds of stations and community radio volunteers that decide what gets to air. Amrap is a CBAA initiative which helps stations, music directors and program makers get new Australian music for potential airplay and provides services that enable broadcasters to promote Australian music through websites and social media.

Over five million Australians listen to community radio every week and 36% of the music that goes to air on community radio is by local artists.

Amrap has services for signed and unsigned Australian musicians, major and independent record labels, music business enterprises, and all Australian community radio stations and program makers. Since 2009, over 5,000 handpicked Australian musicians, 100 record labels and 3,000 broadcasters from 300 stations have used Amrap services.

Get music

The CBAA's Australia Music Radio Airplay Project (Amrap) can help you get more new Australian music for your community radio station or program.

Amrap Pages

Want a simple, efficient and fun way to run a webpage for your radio program? Amrap Pages is just that.

Get music

Use our free or low-cost services to distribute your music to community radio stations nationwide.

Find Stations That Are Playing Your Music

Use the Amrap Airplay Search to see who is playing your music.

Map your tour and promotions

Find out which stations suit your music style and get the most out of your promotions efforts.