Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Melbourne Rock guide to JJJ's hottest 100


The annual Triple J hottest 100 voting has opened up for another year. While we're not expecting rock bands to feature heavily into the top 100 songs. There's enough good quality tunes to vote for, and we hope some scrape in.
Since the beginning of Triple J in mid 70's, they've been essentially a Sydney centric radio station. While they have expanded to broadcast nationally, there has been criticism over the years that they are still heavily focused on Sydney's music scene.

In protest to this, we've listed a bunch of Melbourne Rock bands which are available to vote for on the Triple J tracks listing.

Head to Triple J to cast your vote


Bennies, The
Legalise (But Don't Tax)

Bennies, The
Detroit Rock Ciggies

Camp Cope
Jet Fuel Can't Melt Steel Beams

Camp Cope
Keep Growing

Captives
Vines

Clowns
Destroy The Evidence

Courtney Barnett
Three Packs A Day

Courtney Barnett
New Speedway Boogie

Drones, The
To Think That I Once Loved You

Drones, The
Boredom

Dumb Punts
Space Waster

From Oslo
No Sound

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Gamma Knife

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
People-Vultures

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Rattlesnake

LAZERTITS
Ladies

LAZERTITS
Boss Bitch

Living End, The
Monkey

Mike Noga
Nobody Leads Me To Flames

Murlocs, The
Compensation

Murlocs, The
Happy Face

Peep Tempel, The
Rayguns

Peep Tempel, The
Totality



Pretty Littles, The

Pride

Pretty Littles, The
Sleeping In Water

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Write Back

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Career

Smith Street Band, The
Death To The Lads

Stonefield
Stranger

Stonefield
Changes

Stonefield
Love









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