1Hilltop Hoods4280 airings
2Tame Impala3912 airings
3Arctic Monkeys3650 airings
4Birds Of Tokyo3412 airings
5The Presets3312 airings
6Bloc Party3300 airings
7British India3172 airings
8Muse3119 airings
9The Wombats3102 airings
10Arcade Fire3093 airings
11Florence + The Machine3040 airings
12Cut Copy2939 airings
13Ball Park Music2929 airings
14Vampire Weekend2884 airings
15Sarah Blasko2848 airings
16Bliss n Eso2839 airings
17Kanye West2778 airings
18Illy2755 airings
19Radiohead2672 airings
20John Butler Trio2600 airings
About us | jplay

J Play was launched back in September 2006. Since then we’ve been tracking what is played on Triple J. We lovingly listen to each hour and enter all the details into a massive database. The J Play database currently includes over 40,000 songs, 11,000 artists 15,000 playlists.

Here’s some history on how the database has evolved over the years.

23 May 2006

First playlist added (testing and building the database began)

01 August 2006

All weekday prime time playlists were added:

Breakfast, Mornings, Lunch, Drive (back then it was called Top Shelf Radio), Super Request & Home & Hosed.

08 January 2007

We started adding the Mid Dawn sessions and prime time weekend playlists.

01 July 2008

Started monitoring 24/7. There’s a few gaps from the late night specialist programming (we’re

slowly working our way through all of these), but all the prime time programming hours are usually added to the database asap.

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