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iGEN by Ted Volk
The Place Where Radio and Records come Together Without Talking
BADFLOWER- "Promise Me"
7/31/19

Badflower's "Promise Me" has over 700k views in the first month on this sensational video!  The track is now Top 30 at Modern Rock with power rotation at KPNT St. Louis! Check it out.

 

iGEN/Lori Kampa Dualtone
7/31/19

YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEW
7/26/19

Billie Eilish’s “bad guy” (Darkroom/Interscope) will be the new #1. Bastille’s “Joy” (Capitol) enters the Top 10. And Cage The Elephant’s “Social Cues” (RCA) will arrive in the Top 15, along with Vampire Weekend’s “This Life” (Columbia). 

YOUR RADIO ADD RECAP
7/23/19

Bishop Briggs' "Champion" (Island) was this week's Most Added record. Other winners include Hobo Johnson's "Typical Story (Warner), Shaed's "Thunder" (Caroline) and Machine Gun Kelly's "I Think I'm Okay" (Interscope).

 

 

YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEW
7/19/19

Head & The Heart's "Missed Connection" (Warner) will be the new #1, as Lana Del Rey's "Doin' Time" (Interscope) enters the Top 10. Illenium's "Good Things Fall…" f/Jon Bellion (Capitol) arrives in the Top 15. Cage The Elephant's "Social Cues" (RCA) goes Top 20, while Hobo Johnson's "Typical Story" (Warner) makes its chart debut.

 

YOUR RADIO ADD RECAP
7/16/19

Black Keys' "Go" (Warner) was this week's Most Added record. Other winners included Cage The Elephant's "Social Clues" (RCA), Machine Gun Kelly's "I Think I'm Okay" (Interscope), Illenium's "Good Things Fall…" f/Jon Bellion (Capitol) and Allan Rayman's "Stitch" (Republic).

 

 

YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEW
7/12/19

Lumineers' "Gloria" (Dualtone) remains #1 for a sixth week. Head And The Heart's "Missed Connection" (Warner) rises to #2. Vampire Weekend's "This Life" (Columbia) enters the Top 20.

 

 

YOUR RADIO ADD RECAP
7/9/19

Cage The Elephant's "Social Clues" (RCA) was this week's Most Added record. Other winners include Dirty Heads' "Lift Me Up" (Five Seven), The Regrettes' "I Dare You" (Warner), Hobo Johnson's "Typical Story" (Warner) and Cold War Kids' "Complainer" (AWAL).