Triple J was reportedly told to “take one for the team” and “look after interests of the whole ABC”.
Triple J Hottest 100
“Huge congrats to all the Metal/Punk heavy acts that made it into the #Hottest100 starting with…oh wait there was none.”
“Only 7 of the songs featured female performers. 3 of those songs were by The Divinyls. “
Let’s go back to the ’90s!
“This should be condemned loudly.”
“The Hottest 100 wasn’t created as an Australia Day celebration.”
“Celebrating on January 26th is like throwing a party to celebrate the day the bank repossessed your home… And then the bank gave you diabetes.”
Yes, even Dennis Leary’s ‘Asshole’.
Apparently there are “serious talks” happening at JHQ.
The petition’s creators want the annual countdown to no longer be held on Australia Day.
Check out the tracks that just missed out on making it in to the top 100.
Because the only thing more Straya’n than listening to the triple j Hottest 100 on Australia Day is having a punt on the result.
Brace yourselves, another #Artist4Hottest100 campaign is coming.
Voting may have only just opened in the 2015 Hottest 100, but triple J is already whipping out its new troll clause.
“Don’t troll with the poll”
Celebrating its 21st year, Triple J continued its much loved Australia Day tradition counting down the best songs of 2013 in another massive Hottest 100. Today, the annual Triple J Hottest 100 double album is out on the shelves, filled with the best tunes 2013 had to offer. In the end it was Melbourne artist
The significance of the 20th Anniversary of triple j’s Hottest 100 is clearly not lost on the station’s listenership. Overnight, a record number of people clicked through to the voting page to have their say on who should be included in the milestone Hottest 100 of the last 20 years, set to be announced this