Celebrations for triple j’s 10th J Awards are underway and the winners of this year’s awards have just been announced with Melbourne producer Chet Faker taking away the prestigious Australian Album of the Year award for his debut Built On Glass. The award caps off a mammoth year for the Melbourne artist, whose real name
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6 shortlisted Unearthed acts, 6 great Aussie videos!
triple j have unveiled the next round of nominees fighting it out for Australian Album of the Year at this year’s J Awards, adding albums from Sydney duo Flight Facilities, Adelaide hip hop legends Hilltop Hoods, prolific fuzz-rockers King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, electronic outfit Seekae, post-rock heavyweights sleepmakeswaves and Blue Mountains hip hop
The very first nominees up for the inaugural Double J Artist of the Year prize at the 2014 J Awards has been announced, with the broadcaster singling out works by reunited Melbourne rockers Augie March, Brisbane-bred singer Kate Miller-Heidke, NSW musician Steve Smyth, Sydney singer-songwriter Caitlin Park, roots-rocker Mia Dyson and Brisbane indie darlings Blank
Now that we’re in November, we’re also technically in Ausmusic Month, triple j‘s annual celebration of Australian music. The public broadcaster has now revealed the first handful of nominees for the Australian Album Of The Year J Award, naming Melbourne producer Chet Faker, Sydney band The Preatures, as well as #1 Dads, Remi, Total Control,