It’s November and y’all know what that means?… triple J’s Ausmusic Month, celebrating the best new music Australia has churned out in 2015 with an exciting, jam packed lineup of events sure to fulfill your Aussie music fix. One of the main attractions are the highly esteemed J Awards, announced and broadcasted live on November 19th.
Nominees are as follows:

Australian Album of the Year
Alison Wonderland – Run
Alpine – Yuck
Courtney Barnett – Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit
Gang Of Youths – The Positions
Hermitude – Dark Night Sweet Light
Jarryd James – Thirty One
Parkway Drive – Ire
Seth Sentry – Strange New Past
Tame Impala – Currents
The Rubens – Hoops

Unearthed Artist of the Year
Boo Seeka
Tired Lion
Vallis Alps

Double J Artist of the Year
Blank Realm
Emma Donovan & the PutBacks
Hiatus Kaiyote
Paul Kelly
Tim Rogers

Australian Music Video of the Year
Boy & Bear – ‘Walk The Wire’
Briggs – ‘The Children Came Back’
Courtney Barnett – ‘Pedestrian At Best’
Flume (feat Andrew Wyatt) – ‘Some Minds’
Life Is Better Blonde – ‘Mine’

The much loved Live at the Wireless sets will of course be aired throughout the month, shining the spotlight on favourite Aussie acts every Monday in November, kicking off at 8pm. Artists featured will include the likes of: Courtney Barnett, Gang of Youths and Seth Sentry. Plus all Australian Like A Version covers by: Tame Impala and The Jungle Giants, as well an assortment of elctronica stylings from Elizabeth Rose and Besenji, taking over the air waves at 9pm to get your Mix Up party started every Saturday night.

If that array of music festivities isn’t enough you can tune into the numerous specialist shows running throughout the month as well as listening into the J Files and Unearthed to get schooled up on feature artists and budding talent in our own backyard. You can also catch a very special FREE performance from Unearthed acts: Gordi, Airling and Vallis Alps at the Newtown Social Club on Wednesday 25th.

The month of November is sure to be everything an Aussie music lover could wish for, with every opportunity to get in and support local Aussie talent. For more information detailing all the ins and outs, check out the links below:

Triple J Website:

Double J Website:

Unearthed Website: