It's Monday which means triple j have added a stack of new tunes to rotation including a whole bunch of your fave Aussie artists.
British singer-songwriter Rex Orange County has picked up Feature Album with his LP Pony - an album that also found its way into The Music's heart, nabbing our Album Of The Week slot on Friday.
Adelaide legends Bad//Dreems also pick up the Album Packet for their latest undertaking, Doomsday Ballet. The band's frontman Ben Marwe recently caught up with The Music's Lauren Baxter to talk about how this time, they're taking the music out of the pub. Follow the link here to read the entire feature. Bad//Dreems are currently touring Doomsday Ballet - head to theGuide for all the details.
Other Aussie tracks added to rotation include Bec Sandridge's Stranger, DMA'S latest, Silver, Unearthed favourite flowerkid with Boy With The Winfields And The Wild Heart, Japanese Wallpaper's Tell Me What You Mean By That, Ngaiire's Shiver, San Cisco's Skin and Triple One featuring Matt Corby and Kwame with So Easy. International fave Highasakite also gets a look in with Can I Be Forgiven.
Over on the Spot Additions playlist, triple j is showcasing even more Australian music with Kilter & Lil Spacely, Memphis LK, RAT!hammock and Sahara Beck all getting picked up. English indie-pop act The Japanese House also gets a spot with her track Something Has To Change.