Get Music For Your Station or Program


Want more new Australian music for your radio station or program? The CBAA’s Australian Music Radio Airplay Project (Amrap) can help.

Amrap distributes new Australian music to community radio stations nationwide & empowers broadcasters to promote new Australian music on air & online.

Since 2009, over 2,500 broadcasters from 250 stations have subscribed to Amrap’s AirIt and have ordered over 250,000 tracks for airplay.

All Australian community radio stations, music directors and radio program makers can apply to access music that Amrap sources from unsigned Australian musicians, major & independent record labels & music business enterprises. Broadcasters can receive music digitally or on CD:

Amrap’s AirIt

Amrap’s AirIt is community radio’s Australian music distribution service. Get a free personal AirIt account to access music for airplay on your station or program. Order an instant online download or create a compilation CD that Amrap will post to you. Over 4,000 Australian musicians & 100 labels have been handpicked across all genres to provide music and new music is added every week. 

Apply now for AirIt

Amrap’s Monthly CD Mailout

Amrap’s free Monthly CD Mailout service can also help your station get albums from Australian musicians relevant to your genre or community of interest. Once a month, you can receive a handpicked selection of new Australian albums for airplay at your station. These are to be available to all radio programs, not just a single program, with CDs to be added to your station library for easy access. 

Apply for the CD Mailout

Katrina Hughes, 7th April 2020

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) is excited to announce the launch of a new Australian Music Radio show across the Community Radio Network (CRN) this week.

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Jon Bisset, 31st October 2018

First and foremost, it is an exciting time to be in community radio, not least due to record breaking national listening audience of 5.7 million listeners per week.

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Helen Henry, 18th September 2018

Today the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) released its findings from its investigation into the CBAA's management of the Australian Music Radio Airplay Project (Amrap) initiative.