Wud Records: September 2017 top ten tracks published at SoundCloud

The top ten tracks for September 2017 from Wud Records have been published in a new playlist at SoundCloud. Tracks have been arranged from one to ten according to their popularity and take into account plays, comments, likes and reposts. Our algorithm gives 1 point for a play, 5 points for a comment, 10 points for a like and 12 points for a repost.

Tracks published at Bandcamp have been omitted from the SoundCloud playlist. This is because we feel the Bandcamp results require separate treatment. Archive tracks are also ignored.

Only you, the listener, can influence our October 2017 playlist. So if there is a track you particularly like, keep playing it!

Massive thanks go out to everybody who helped to support all of us during September 2017 by listening, commenting and reposting our bands’ tracks. September 2017‘s figures were quite good, although we have been too busy sorting out our relocation to push the promotion of tracks very much. Output of content has temporarily dwindled, which is frustrating for everyone. You can see this by looking at the headlines of recent news posts.

Right now we are in the middle of moving the entire operation to the European mainland, which will enable activities to return to normal after a period of resettlement. All fans and followers will be kept updated via the News service and on Twitter. At the moment we are swamped by a sea of boxes and organised chaos and hope things will hurry up and come to pass. It won’t be so very long now so please bear with us a little longer.

A special mention needs to go out to Atom Collector Records. Their service continues to help us achieve consistently and significantly better activity. If you have tracks on SoundCloud, Bandcamp, YouTube, Spotify, ReverbNation or HearThis, you too could see considerable growth in activity. It’s free to join. Just click here to go to their site.

Congratulations to The Ug Brothers, whose gloriously cross-genre track What Is It? from their 1995 Cute But Weird album has topped our chart for the very first time. You can download the track as pay-what-you-want, including for free, from Bandcamp by clicking here. The Ug Brothers showed a reasonable amount of dominance in September with further tracks coming in at positions three and seven.

Also appearing on this month’s chart are Dark Company, & co and Mark Drower and the Everyones. No other acts appeared on this extremely varied chart.

If you would like to go to SoundCloud to hear the top ten songs from Wud Records in September 2017, as played, liked and reposted by listeners, please click here.

If you prefer to listen here at Wud Records, you will find that it is the new default music player. You will find it on all non band-specific pages at the site, such as our News service or homepage.