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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)

Falls Festival - Lorne
Lorne, Lorne
Falls Festival - Marion Bay
Marion Bay, Marion Bay
Falls Festival - Byron Bay
The Farm Byron Bay, Ewingsdale
Falls Festival - Fremantle
Fremantle Oval Precinct, Fremantle
Alice Skye, Darren Middleton
Commonwealth Reserve, Williamstown
Zoo Twilights
Melbourne Zoo, Parkville
A Day on the Green Feat.
Sirromet Winery, Mount Cotton
A Day on the Green Feat.
Rochford Wines, Coldstream
A Day on the Green Feat.
Peter Lehmann Wines, Tanunda
Bendigo Autumn Music
Bendigo, Bendigo