Spotify reveal “most streamed” Groovin’ artists

South Western Times
Electronic duo Snakehips were named the most streamed artist of the 2017 Groovin’ the Moo line-up as well as having the most streamed track for their hit Don’t Leave.
Camera IconElectronic duo Snakehips were named the most streamed artist of the 2017 Groovin’ the Moo line-up as well as having the most streamed track for their hit Don’t Leave.

Music service Spotify has revealed the most streamed Groovin’ the Moo artists ahead of the regional touring festival due to hit Bunbury on May 13.

Using geo-targeted streaming data from Bendigo, Bunbury, Canberra, Maitland, Townsville and Wayville, British electronic music duo Snakehips took out both the top streamed artist and track for their hit Don’t Leave.

German electronic indie folk group Milky Chance came in a close second for the top-streamed artist title, followed by Amy Shark, PNAU and The Smith Street Band who rounded out the top five Australia-wide.

Bunbury had Milky Chance pegged for the top spot, with Snakehips, Amy Shark, PNAU and Thundamentals also in the region’s top five.

Bunbury’s top-streamed track fell in line with the rest of the country with Don’t Leave, while hits Adore by Amy Shark, Chameleon by PNAU, Cocoon by Milky Chance and another of Snakehips tracks, All My Friends, also making the top five.

Bunbury is also anticipating performances by Aussie artists Tash Sultana, Allday, Violent Soho and Methyl Ethel as well as British indie-rockers The Wombats, who all finished in the top 10.

Tickets to the festival held at Hay Park are available from www.gtm.net.au.

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