Posted On Feb 24, 2017
Yep, they've done it – Dunies have taken out next week's triple j feature album spot with their second studio LP The Kids Will Know It's Bullshit. They'll be hoping that triple j success carries on into the countdown tomorrow, especially after their crack-up campaign ads – look out for a very fun chat we had with them, which is on its way later today.
On the singles front, there's some good stuff on the cards from Melbourne's Fractures and a huge new tune from Perth's Methyl Ethel, as well as a new track from Guy Sebastian's Hottest 100 hope Paces.
The new collab from Snakehips & MØ is also going to get a spin, there are some expectedly gorgeous sounds from Ásgeir, and Rolling Blackouts C.F. pick up a cheeky spot rotation for their new track 'French Press' – good stuff all round. If you're after something a bit more nostalgic from the Js, however, you'll be able to hear Double J spinning the entire 1996 Hottest 100 countdown this weekend, which should have you covered.
Dune Rats – The Kids Will Know It's Bullshit [Ratbag Records/Warner]
Dan Croll – 'Away From Today' [EMI] ELKI – 'Golden Age' [triplejunearthed.com]
Fractures – 'Lowcast' [Independent]
Methyl Ethel – 'Ubu' [4AD/Remote Control]
NoMBe – 'Wait' [TH3RD BRAIN Records]
Paces – 'Savage' (ft. NYNE) [etcetc]
Seth Sentry – 'Play It Safe' [High Score Records]
Snakehips & MØ – 'Don't Leave' [Sony]
Ásgeir – 'Unbound' [POD/Inertia]
Cayetana – 'Mesa' [Poison City Records]
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – 'French Press' [Ivy League/Mushroom]
SZA – 'Drew Barrymore' [Top Dawg Entertainment]
Winston Surfshirt – 'Be About You' [Sweat It Out]