hottest 100

Posted 5 Feb 2017 @ 5:53pm

Now that the Hottest 100 is done and dusted for another year, we’re beginning to the effect of the beloved chart on the ARIA charts yet again. While we tend to see a sales boost happen every year...

Posted 31 Jan 2017 @ 7:01pm

There have been a lot of different statistics shared so far about last week's Hottest 100 list, such as the fact that 66% of the list was made up of Australian songs, and 51% of voters were male.


Now, triple j have shared another...

Posted 30 Jan 2017 @ 2:17pm

Flume beat Amy Shark to the top, 66 Australian songs made the top 100, and Beyonce charted for the first time.


By now, we all know what happened in last week’s triple j Hottest 100, but what about the songs that just missed out – numbers 200 to 101.


Well, Beyonce made it in another two times, Trophy Eyes just missed hitting the 100, and David Bowie made what...

Posted 27 Jan 2017 @ 2:17pm

The triple j Hottest 100 of 2016 was a highpoint for Australian artists, and a barometer for what Aussie music lovers listened to throughout the year. 


But which of the songs will go down in history, and which will be forgotten the moment Flume releases his next remix?


We've reviewed every single song from the 2016 countdown in one sentence (OK, some of them are...

Posted 13 Jan 2017 @ 11:12am

Parramatta Park is hosting a Hottest 100 party this Australia Day with live music from L-Fresh The Lion, Olympia, VXV and more.


There is no real reason triple j’s Hottest 100 should matter as much as it does.


It is a glorified user feedback form, one hampered by a series of major restrictions and odd biases (...

Posted 29 Jan 2016 @ 1:32pm

Hannah Crofts, a member of Australian band All Our Exes Live In Texas, witnessed an exchange on Facebook that proves some men in the music business aren't getting the message about sexism. Here's why.


“I think like many other complaints that women have, you simply have to nod your head and listen with your understanding face on.” - Graham Wood, owner of prominent Australian...

Posted 16 Dec 2015 @ 11:59am

Indulge in an Australian tradition and celebrate the Hottest 100 countdown in Parramatta next year.


As the Hottest 100 turns 26 and comes to term with life in its mid-20s, celebrate your Australia Day at Parramatta Park. There will be barbecues - of course - but the party also boasts a killer musical lineup, with dreampop darlings I Know Leopard and local legends The Jungle...

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