Richard Kingsmill from Triple J will countdown the Top 10 albums of the year voted by you on the final ever ‘2009’ on December 13. He will also be going […]
Richard Kingsmill from Triple J will countdown the Top 10 albums of the year voted by you on the final ever ‘2009’ on December 13. He will also be going through his Top 10 album list and maybe contacting you to talk about the albums you’ve loved from this year.
To vote all you have to do is submit you selection online via the website below. To make it easier for everyone out there we have narrowed the list down to as many ‘aussie hip hop’ releases only.
Please note Chasm and Vida Sunshyne’s release Move is incorrectly labeled as ‘Sunshine’ on the voting website.
2009 has been another huge year for music! And as we’ve done for many years, we want to know what your favourite albums of the year have been.
Sit down, go through all of those albums you’ve devoured from this year; think about all of the feature albums you’ve heard over the past twelve months on triple j; think about what everyone has nominated in their own lists; then really rack your brains and try to put together a list of albums that YOU rate as your Top 10 albums of the year.
We also want you to tell us what your musical highlight of the year was and why.
The (edited) List
Astronomy Class – Pursuit Of Happiness
Bias B – Aerosol Era
Cross Bred Mongrels – Certified Wise
Chasm & Vida-Sunshyne – Move
Delta – The Second Story
Downsyde – All City
Diafrix – Concrete Jungle
Fluent Form – The Furnace
Gully Platoon – The Great Divide
Hilltop Hoods – State Of The Art
Headstrong Company – Self Titled
Horrorshow – Inside Story
Illy – Long Story Short
Killaqueenz – Sistarhood
Lazy Grey – The Soundtrack
Levelheaded – The Spice Of Life
Low Budget – Laserdisc
Mata & Must – Paradox Of Minds
MC Requiem – Grassroots Anarchy
Phatchance – Inkstains
Phrase – Clockwork
Snob Scrilla – Day One
Thundamentals – Sleeping On Your Style
That’s Them – Stay Up
True Live – Found Lost
Urthboy – Spitshine