Courtney Barnett. Photo: Simon Schluter
Here are some of our top picks, in no particular order,for Aussie albums of the year.
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Hoops, The RubensHoops, The RubensHailing from Menangle, the band comprises of Zaac, Sam and Elliott Margin with their friendsScott Baldwin and William Zeglis.
Hoops was released in August and has spawned singles, Hallelujah,Hoops and The Night Is On My Side.
Magnolia, Gang of YouthsThe Positions, Gang of YouthsSydney rockers Gang of Youths’ debut album launched at number five on the ARIA chart in May.
The five-piece band was nominated for a range of ARIA awards including breakthrough artist, best Australian live act, best rock album.
Depreston, Courtney BarnettSomethings I Sit and Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit, Courtney BarnettThis debut album from the Melbourne singer-song writer was nominated for a swag of ARIA awards.
She won breakthrough artist, best female artist, best independent release, best cover art,and was nominated for album of the year, best video, and best rock album.
The Less I Know The Better, Tame ImpalaCurrents, Tame ImpalaThe Perth band’s third album was released in July and was nominated for a bunch of ARIA awards.
It won album of the year, best group, best rock album, best engineer of the year and producer of the year for Kevin Parker.
Too Much Time Together, San CiscoGracetown, San CiscoThis second album from the Western Australian band was released in March.
Just prior to the release of the albumbass playerNick Gardner accidentally shot himself in the foot when rabbit hunting at a friend’s farm nearCollie.
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