Here Are Your J Awards Winners For 2015

The recipients of triple J’s 2015 J Awards have just been unveiled, with Courtney Barnett as this year’s big winner.

Barnett scooped the super-prestigious Australian Album Of The Year gong for Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit, adding yet another accolade to her burgeoning trophy case.

Your Unearthed Artist Of The Year is Tired Lion, who’ve snagged tons of airplay on the j’s following the release of their breakthrough second EP I Don’t Think You Like Me, beating out the likes of Boo Seeka, Gordi, Feki and Vallis Alps.

Tim Rogers scooped the prize for Double J Artist Of The Year, reigning supreme over triple j’s sister station in 2015.

And the award for Australian Music Video of the year, which is an odd award for a radio station to hand out but who are we to judge, went to Life Is Better Blonde for Mine.

The J Awards are triple j’s crowning Ausmusic month event, celebrating the best music being brewed in our own backyard.

The station has also been putting on All-Aussie instalments of their usual programs to celebrate the November-long event, including The Racket, Like A Version and Live At The Wireless.

Check out the full list of 2015 J Awards winners, below, along with Life Is Better Blonde’s J Award-winning video, below.

Watch: Life is Better Blonde – Mine

Australian Album of the Year
Alison Wonderland – Run
Alpine – Yuck
Courtney Barnett – Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit – WINNER
Gang Of Youths – The Positions
Hermitude – Dark Night Sweet Light
Jarryd James – Thirty One
Parkway Drive – Ire
Seth Sentry – Strange New Past
Tame Impala – Currents
The Rubens – Hoops

Unearthed Artist of the Year
Boo Seeka
Tired Lion- WINNER
Vallis Alps

Double J Artist of the Year
Blank Realm
Emma Donovan & the PutBacks
Hiatus Kaiyote
Paul Kelly
Tim Rogers – WINNER

Australian Music Video of the Year
Boy & Bear – Walk The Wire (Director: Darcy Prendergast & Josh Thomas)
Briggs – The Children Came Back (Executed by: Heath Kerr & Josh Davis)
Courtney Barnett – Pedestrian At Best (Director: Charlie Ford)
Flume (feat Andrew Wyatt) – Some Minds (Director: Clemens Habicht)
Life Is Better Blonde – Mine (Director: Natalie Erika James) – WINNER

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