Ya like jazz? You will after listening to these albums
Think jazz is just three guys in suits scatting? Think again! There’s a whole world of different jazz genres that are sure to suit any musical tastes.
Celebrating its 21st year, triple j spent Australia Day counting down the best songs of 2013 in another massive Hottest 100. A huge 1,492,619 votes were cast by 173,658 music fans, and over 5,700 Hottest 100 parties were held around the world, making triple j’s Hottest 100 the world’s biggest musical democracy.
In the end it was Melbourne artist Vance Joy’s song ‘Riptide’ which won the hearts of triple j listeners, who crowned it #1 in 2013’s Hottest 100.
The Hottest 100 wraps up another huge year in music, which saw some incredible talent and brand new sounds introduced to the world, as well as some old favourites come back to dominate the airwaves.
This year’s double album features songs from Daft Punk, Vance Joy, Lorde, Arctic Monkeys, Kanye West, Matt Corby, Haim, Lana Del Rey, Arcade Fire, Flume, London Grammar and many more.
1. Vance Joy – Riptide
2. Lorde – Royals
3. Arctic Monkeys – Do I Wanna Know?
4. The Preatures – Is This How You Feel?
5. Disclosure – When A Fire Starts To Burn
6. Violent Soho – Covered In Chrome
7. Kanye West – Black Skinhead
8. The Wombats – Your Body Is A Weapon
9. James Blake – Retrograde
10. The Kite String Tangle – Given The Chance
11. RÜFÜS – Take Me
12. Andy Bull – Keep On Running
13. HAIM – The Wire
14. Foals – My Number
15. Queens Of The Stone Age – If I Had A Tail
16. Flight Facilities ft. Micky Green – Stand Still
17. Illy ft. Ahren Stringer – Youngbloods
18. Cloud Control – Scar
19. Bloc Party – Ratchet
20. Grouplove – Ways To Go
21. Dustin Tebbutt – The Breach
1. Daft Punk ft. Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers - Get Lucky
2. Max Frost – White Lies
3. Flume & Chet Faker – Drop The Game
4. Matt Corby – Resolution
5. Rudimental ft. Ella Eyre – Waiting All Night
6. Chvrches – Recover
7. Arcade Fire – Reflektor
8. KINGSWOOD – Ohio
9. Bring Me The Horizon – Sleepwalking
10. London Grammar – Strong
11. Thundamentals – Smiles Don’t Lie
12. Vampire Weekend – Step
13. Birds Of Tokyo – Lanterns
14. Goldroom – Embrace
15. Bliss n Eso – Act Your Age
16. Mikhael Paskalev – I Spy
17. Boy & Bear – Southern Sun
18. Lana Del Rey - Young And Beautiful
19. Touch Sensitive – Pizza Guy
20. Empire Of The Sun – Alive
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