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Tour Diary: Jaguar Jonze takes us on her Australian tour and Like A Version with Hermitude

November 29, 2019

Meeting the Hermitude boys for the first time, and rehearsing for Triple J’s Like A Version. “Heart-Shaped Box” by Nirvana for Triple J’s Like A Version done and dusted. Last-minute painting of a mural in the middle of tour is not something I want to do again haha, but glad I got it done in […]

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Adelaide’s Spin Off Festival announces 2019 line-up.

April 12, 2019

Adelaide’s Spin Off Festival has fast become a favourite event for those of us who miss out on the chance to head to Splendour In the Grass. This year Five Four Entertainment, Secret Sounds and Triple J are once again bringing the cream of the SITG crop to the Adelaide Showgrounds for what will be […]

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Live Review: Mylk ‘Unplugged’ with Jackson Howard and Stasi was an exploration of what makes Melbourne’s local scene so vital

September 12, 2018

At the historic Brunswick live music venue The Retreat Hotel, Melbourne-based band Mylk organised an acoustic performance along with some close friends for a great night of live music. The group of Melbourne boys amassed close friends and fans to fill out the classic live music venue for a night of soulful and polished alternative […]

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Interview: Lewis Hobba takes us behind the scenes at triple J

October 19, 2017

Comedian and writer Lewis Hobba is one half of Australian radio’s favourite on-air team – triple j’s drive-time duo Veronica & Lewis, and a panelist for the upcoming music business seminar ‘New Directions @ The Con – Building A Team’ on October 27th. Lewis made the transition from sketch comedy to alternative radio over the […]

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MICF Review: Matt Okine: We Made You (Performances until April 2nd)

April 2, 2017

Triple J Breakfast just isn’t the same without the dream team Matt and Alex. I really miss listening to their friendly banter and views on certain issues that overwhelm our society, so it was a no-brainer to head along to Matt Okine‘s one-man show and have a good ol’ catch up. Okine’s style of comedy is really […]

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triple j’s Hottest 100 Volume 24 is out today!

February 23, 2017

The triple j Hottest 100 saw Flume take the crown for 2016, with “Never Be Like You” reigning supreme. Still a stalwart event for many Australian music fans, the Hottest 100 for 2016 welcomed many new artists to the countdown as it celebrated its 24th year – from Amy Shark through to Tash Sultana and A.B. Original, the list makes for a killer […]

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Zan Rowe opens up on her time with triple j and the longevity of radio

November 28, 2016

How do I even introduce Zan Rowe to those who aren’t familiar with her (how!?), where do I begin? She has been a friend to many over her years at triple j, introducing so many amazing artists to so many people, guiding us to new areas in our musical tastes, and helping everyone start the […]

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The State of Affairs: 2016 ARIA Week program announced, Triple j Breakfast announced new hosts for 2017 & more!

November 25, 2016

This week in the music industry, the annual ARIA Week returns for its sixth year to celebrate Australian music in and around the Sydney area, triple j announces a brand new team of hosts for their popular Triple j Breakfast show & the winners of the Unified Grant are revealed! 2016 ARIA Week On Thursday 17th of November, the […]

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Matt & Alex commencing final days at triple j with five-date rave tour

November 22, 2016

Yesterday, Matt Okine and Alex Dyson announced that their time as hosts of triple j’s breakfast show would be coming to an end this December; for Dyson, the end of a 10 year-long career at the broadcaster. Okine of course, came on board in 2014 to replace former host Tom Ballard. For both, it’s been years of early mornings, memorable […]

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D.D Dumbo’s Utopia Defeated named Australian Album of the Year at 2016 J Awards

November 17, 2016

As part of triple j’s Ausmusic Month, the annual J Awards were announced in Melbourne this afternoon, with D.D Dumbo emerging supreme as winner of Australian Album of the Year for his acclaimed 2016 release Utopia Defeated. Also crowned winners at the ceremony today were Tash Sultana (Unearthed Artist of the Year) and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, who nabbed both the […]

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Julia Jacklin, The Avalanches, Big Scary among J Award nominees for 2016

November 2, 2016

It’s November, which means that for triple j, it’s officially Australian Music Month – dedicated to celebrating homegrown music and the artists who have been emerging, thriving and consistently nailing it throughout the year! This morning, the annual J Awards were announced, returning for its 12th year. The awards recognise breakthrough artists, some incredible albums and […]

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triple j releases its Splendour in the Grass programming schedule for next weekend!

July 18, 2016

triple j has unveiled one hell of a live music broadcast this morning, with the release of their Splendour in the Grass programming list for the weekend. If you missed out on tickets to the Byron Bay event, don’t even stress – just tune on in and listen to a wide array of live sets, interviews […]

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The State of Affairs (11th Mar 2016): Industry Celebrates Women, Music Licensing Simplified, and New Flexible Grants Announced.

March 11, 2016

This week in the music industry Australia celebrates the women who keep the wheels turning, a brand new licensing platform opens the industry for newcomers and grants for all. Music Industry Celebrates Women In Music Tuesday March 8 was International Women’s Day a time to recognize, celebrate and appreciate women the world around and the incredible […]

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ABC2 & Triple J dedicate a week of programming to bodies of all shapes & sizes with Naked As

March 3, 2016

Following the success of 2HIGH and 2SEXY, ABC2 in collaboration with Triple J, will dedicate a week of programming to undressing our nation’s obsession with the way we look. Naked As will look at bodies in all their shapes and sizes from Sunday March 13 – Saturday March 19. Drawing on factual programming from Australia […]

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Matt Okine talks about his upcoming National Comedy Festival Tour and that ARIA Speech.

February 1, 2016

For all you avid triple j Breakfast listeners you’re already very familiar with Matt Okine and the antics he brings. Well, now is your chance to not only hear him but to see him as well, as he embarks on a national comedy festival tour. The music-loving comedian talked about some very serious topics and […]

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Triple J Announces Laneway Adelaide Broadcast and Unearthed Comp Details

November 10, 2015

In conjunction with the first leg of The Laneway Festival, triple j will be presenting an exclusive broadcast of live sets and interviews from Laneway artists including Grimes, CHVRCHES, Flume, Hudson Mohawke, Beach House and more. Listeners can tune in when the festival kicks off on February 5th from 12pm. Once more, Laneway has offered […]

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Gang of Youths, Courtney Barnett, Tame Impala among J Award nominees for 2015!

November 1, 2015

It’s officially Ausmusic Month again and this morning, Triple J have announced the nominees up for various J Awards this year. Of course, some incredibly talented musicians have been recognised for Australian Album of the Year, Unearthed Artist of the Year, Double J Artist of the Year and Australian Music Video of the Year awards […]

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Nina Las Vegas to relocate to the USA, final Triple J show to be broadcast October 24th.

October 15, 2015

triple J stalwart Nina Las Vegas has today announced that she will be leaving the Sydney youth broadcaster to move to the USA where she will be focusing on launching her own record label and furthering her international producing and DJ career. A longtime favourite at the station and with many music lovers around the country, […]

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Exclusive Interview: Helen Razer reflects on Triple J ahead of Sounds Like Teen Spirit: Triple J at 40

January 12, 2015

No matter what you think of the station, Triple J has never been a station to shy away from being the equivalent to the rambunctious rebel that’s chewing gum in an upper-class high school, giving off too many pieces of music trivia that you care about. What it did do for many of us music […]

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