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Take a peek at the most played artists on triple J in 2015

2016 has been a massive year for Australian music with bands like Tame Impala and Courtney Barnett making massive strides in the international music realm, so its no surprise to hear that they are amongst the most played artists on triple J – arguably the biggest advocates of Aussie music in the country – in 2015.

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That being said there are still a fair few internationals that made the top 20, with Florence + The Machine and The Wombats placing 2nd and 3rd.

Double J was also topped by international artists with Blur, Laura Marling and Beck being the three most played artists on the digital station.

Triple J Unearthed of course was all about the local unsigned talent that have been tearing around the country with Gordi topping the list.

Check out all top 20’s below.

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1. Tame Impala
2. The Wombats
3. Florence & The Machine
4. Hermitude
5. Courtney Barnett
6. Jarryd James
7. Alison Wonderland
8. Gang of Youths
9. Mark Ronson
10. Major Lazer
11. Kendrick Lamar
12. San Cisco
13. Purity Ring
14. The Rubens
15. Disclosure
16. Alpine
17. Wolf Alice
18. Daniel Johns
19. Chvrches
20. Flight Facilities

Double J

1. Blur
2. Laura Marling
3. Beck
4. Darren Hanlon
5. The Chemical Brothers
6. Sufjan Stevens
7. Paul Kelly
8. Hot Chip
9. Sleater-Kinney
10. Death Cab For Cutie
11. Bjork
12. Natalie Prass
13. Hiatus Kaiyote
14. My Morning Jacket
15. Leon Bridges
16. Oh Mercy
17. Father John Misty
18. Spoon
19. Alabama Shakes
20. Blank Realm

triple j Unearthed

1. Gordi
2. Vallis Alps
3. Le Pie
4. Mangelwurzel
5. Tired Lion
6. Banff
7. Polish Club
8. Tiny Little Houses
9. Baro
10. Boo Seeka
11. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
12. Ayla
13. LTC
14. The Hard Aches
15. Dianas
16. Moses Gunn Collective
17. Ali Barter
18. Mosquito Coast
19. Crepes
20. Broadway Sounds

 

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December 21, 2015

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