Alice Skye and Dallas Woods have scored new entries on this week’s National Indigenous Music Chart, while Queensland duo Busby Marou hold onto #1 for a fourth week with Sound Of Summer.
Skye’s Friends With Feelings single sits at #7 and Woods’ Hoodlum at #9, while Mojo Juju re-enters the chart with Native Tongue (#10).
Meanwhile, Jessica Mauboy’s Fallin and Tasman Keith’s Mission Famous both leap five places to sit at #3 and #4 respectively.
The country’s first-ever National Indigenous Music Chart celebrates one month this week. Here are the latest figures:
National Indigenous Music Chart
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#1 - Busby Marou - Sound Of Summer (Warner)
#2 - Thelma Plum - Clumsy Love (Warner)
#3 - Jessica Mauboy - Fallin (Sony)
#4 - Tasman Keith - Mission Famous (MGM)
#5 - Tia Gostelow - Phone Me (Independent)
#6 - Baker Boy - Mr La Di Da Di (Independent)
#7 - Alice Skye – Friends With Feelings (CAAMA)
#8 - Troy Cassar-Daley - Wouldn't Change A Thing (Liberation)
#9 - Dallas Woods - Hoodlum (Independent)
#10 - Mojo Juju - Native Tongue (ABC)
Marion Bay, Marion Bay
The Farm Byron Bay, Ewingsdale
Fremantle Oval Precinct, Fremantle
Commonwealth Reserve, Williamstown
Melbourne Zoo, Parkville
Sirromet Winery, Mount Cotton
Rochford Wines, Coldstream
Peter Lehmann Wines, Tanunda