One of the most exciting events on the Atomic calendar all year ended in dramatic fashion on Friday night. Super hit-maker Mariah K, from Crookwell in NSW, ousted Albury singer/songwriter Toby Mobbs from the top spot. This happened, after the later secured a six song rampage in the top ten. The final reveal of the […]
The Australian music industry has become a different place over the past 18 months. Restrictions on gatherings of people in establishments and at events have precipitated an unprecedented hardship on musicians, promoters, venues, technicians and a population starved of cultural events. From the onset of the Sars-Cov-2 pandemic to now, we have managed to pivot […]
The one hundred most radio-active tunes from across the Atomic network returns this year on a familiar date, the first week of November. Touted as a celebration of regional Australian, independent artists, the programming will be broadcast to 15 FM stations across Australia for five consecutive weeks. Starting from November the 2nd, the first twenty […]
Atomic Radio welcomes Mel Naismith this week as the new host of the Atomic Countdown. The rural and regional artists top-20 countdown had been hosted for the better part of three years by Josh Groch, who announced his departure last month. This latest development will see Mel Naismith announcing to up to a million regional […]
“Hashtag Sad Boi News” coming direct from virtual HQ… Last night, Josh Groch announced at the conclusion of the Atomic Countdown that it would be his last show on air. For nearly 3 years now, Josh has been reading the top 20 countdown of Rural and Regional Australian ORIGINAL music to you on radio stations […]
Mariah K has been dominating the rural/regional Australian music scene for the past two weeks with her smash hit ‘Right About That’, off the artists album ‘Journey’. It’s not just the “literal chills” that the Crookwell artist’s song incites that are giving us anxiety though.. It’s the fact that Mariah K is staunch about listing her single […]
Coming up on April 23 is the 50th Anniversary of the first episode of Young Talent Time.