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Posted 13 Jan 2014 @ 11:56am

If on Australia day you're left with little to do and you want to hear triple j's Hottest 100 and head to a party afterwards, the good news is that you can do both at the same venue this year.


The Espy will be playing the countdown over their PA throughout the day and changing things up with an exciting lineup to take you into the night. Featuring World's End Press, Asta,...

Posted 20 Dec 2013 @ 11:39am

Six of the 20 acts selected by triple j for its Next Crop list came from Melbourne – the most amount of acts from one city.


The Next Crop predicts whom triple j thinks will be big in 2014 and, obviously, will be supporting through airplay and other promotional activities.


The six Melbourne/Victorian acts to watch out for are stoners The Bennies,  dusty blues...

Posted 21 May 2013 @ 12:30pm

It’s been a whole two decades since the first ever Hottest 100, and to celebrate, triple j are asking listeners to reflect on their favourite songs from the past 20 years to compile the ultimate anniversary countdown. Any song released from January 1, 1993 to December 31, 2012 is eligible for nomination, and it doesn’t need to have appeared in its year’s Hottest 100 list. Need some help...

Posted 14 Mar 2013 @ 2:54pm

Perth based indie-pop artist Georgi Kay has announced a Melbourne performance, scheduled for later this month.


The intimate show will serve as a celebration for Kay's single Ipswich. Ipswich is already receiving rotation from radio stations like triple j, building on the success of her award winning previous releases, album Backwardsforwards and EP Strange Things. 

Posted 6 Mar 2013 @ 2:55pm

Following a year that included achievements such as a debut EP release Uluwatu, nabbing a spot in triple j's most played and Hottest 100 lists and supporting some massive local and international names in indie-pop including Metronomy, The Presets, Flume and Van She, 2013 is already looking to be just as massive for New Navy.


The Sydney group have just announced an Australia...

Posted 18 Dec 2012 @ 12:25pm

The Like A Version segment on national broadcaster triple j has built a steadfast reputation for quality artists doing quality covers. What started out as simply some Breakfast show guests playing their favourite artists’ tracks is now an institution, complete with its own CD/DVD series.


Now up to its eighth installment, the triple j Like A Version soundtrack colours this...

Posted 30 Nov 2012 @ 2:49pm

Melbourne folk pop singer-songwriter Hayden Calnin has just been announced at triple j's Unearthed Winner for the opportunity to perform at this new year's Falls Festival on Lorne.


His win of the Fall Festival spot comes after placing runner up in both the Qantas SOYA music category and 2012 Catapult Song Contest, and successfully selling out the hometown launch of his EP, City...

Posted 23 May 2012 @ 12:35pm

Triple j-backed Adelaide quintet The Salvadors launch a new single, ahead of their debut album release later this year. Sounds an awful lot like Vampire Weekend. It’s difficult to get enthusiastic about a song that is so painfully derivative.

Posted 30 Apr 2012 @ 10:51am

As you're probably painfully/ecstatically aware, tickets to this year's Splendour In The Grass were snapped up in record time. For those who missed out, there will still be plenty of shit-hot acts making their way down to ol' Melbourne town.


Break out the highlighters and balance your...

Posted 19 Apr 2012 @ 10:02am


Call them “awkward” as much as you like, but the simple truth is that San Cisco know how to work their magic – and they’ve proven that. Entering triple j’s Unearthed Competition because “it’s just something that you do now”, the Fremantle foursome have gone from strength to strength since uploading their song on the program. Speaking to the band’s drummer, and only female member,...


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