Let the agonising decisions and raging debate begin, because voting is open for Triple J’s Hottest 100! 📻🍺☀️
Have you had your say? Here’s our hottest picks (in no particular order)!!
1. Amy Shark – The Idiot
Amy dominated this year’s ARIA Awards with 9 nominations for her debut/breakthrough album “Love Monster”, and is bound to grab one of the top spots in the Hottest 100.
2. Anderson.Paak – Trippy (Ft J. Cole)
After selling out their 2018 Australian tour in just minutes they’re guaranteed to secure their spot for in top 100.
3. Architects – Hereafter
Their latest album ‘Holy Hell’ has proven the next phase of the band has begun and its well and truly off to an invigoratingly passionate start.
4. Didirri - Bird Sounds
Didirri is an artist with something to say. His uninhibited lyrics tug at raw nerves, while his charming melodies soothe your heart - provoking a wild thought and calming your heady mind all at once. He’s been winning hearts all over Aus and NZ.
5. Post Malone – Better Now
His sophomore release “beerbongs & bentleys” arrived earlier this year and broke Spotify’s streaming records, clocking up more than 78.7 million streams on its release day. What more convincing do you need?
6. Matt Corby – All That I See
He's one of our fave indie artists, his album Rainbow Valley is out now, and his national tour kicks off in March.
7. Alice In Chains – Red Giant
Grunge legends Alice in Chains are back with new music and some Aussie performances this March with Download Festival.
8. IDLES – Samaritans
Making their mark globally right now, IDLES will play our shores this later this month.
9. Ghost – Rats
Ghost’s easily recognizable and eccentric on-stage presence continues to keep Ghost and their music on heavy rotation.
10. Juice WRLD – Armed and Dangerous
Nabbing headlines throughout the year and knocking Drake and Kanye West off the top spot on Spotify—top 100 gold in our opinion.
Make sure you vote and listen to the Hottest 100 countdown on January 27th to see where your favourite songs rank.