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2018 ARIA AWARDS Nominated Artists Just Revealed!

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2018 ARIA PRODUCER OF THE YEAR WINNER, AMY SHARK LEADS THE NOMINATIONS 

GURRUMUL WINS BEST WORLD MUSIC ALBUM AND BEST COVER ART AND SECURES SEVEN ARIA AWARD NOMINATIONS

APPLE MUSIC GIVES FANS THE POWER TO DETERMINE WINNER OF SONG OF THE YEAR AWARD

THE 2ND ANNUAL ARIA MUSIC TEACHER OF THE YEAR SPONSORED BY TELSTRA NOMINEES ANNOUNCED

Today, with just seven weeks to go, the countdown is on for the 2018 ARIA Awards with Apple Music. At the nominations event held earlier at The Art Gallery of New South Wales, ARIA announced the nominees in all categories, with the winners to be revealed at The Star Event Centre, Sydney on Wednesday, 28th November 2018. The Awards Ceremony will be broadcast around Australia on the Nine Network, hosted by Keith Urban.

Highlights of the ceremony included Gurrumul posthumously winning two ARIA Awards for Best World Music Album and Best Cover Art, along with receiving seven nominations. His album “Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow)” debuted at #1 on the ARIA Charts, making Australian chart history by becoming the first Indigenous language album to debut at #1.

It was also an exciting day for Gold Coast’s Amy Shark, leading the nominations tally with nine. The singer-songwriter has been nominated for Apple Music Album Of The Year, Best Australian Live Act, Best Female Artist, Best Pop Release, Best Video, Apple Music Song Of The Year, Producer Of The Year, Engineer Of The Year and Best Cover Art. The two time ARIA Award winner has had huge success with her 2x Platinum single “I Said Hi” and her critically acclaimed debut album “Love Monster”, which came in at #1 on the ARIA Album Charts.  

Melbourne’s Courtney Barnett follows closely behind with eight nominations for her second studio album “Tell Me How You Really Feel.” Released by her own independent label Milk! Records, it reached #2 on the ARIA Charts and since the release, Barnett has toured her record globally and graced the stages of The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, The Jimmy Kimmel Show, Seth Meyers and CBS Saturday Morning.

Celebrated Australian dance trio Pnau were nominated for seven ARIAs for their fifth studio album “Changa”. The album features 4x Platinum single “Chameleon”, plus “Go Bang” which was a Top 10 ARIA single.

Gearing up to head out on a headline US tour, Tash Sultana has commanded world attention with the release of the highly-anticipated debut album “Flow State.” Nominated for six Awards, the ARIA #2 charting album also cracked the top 10 in the Billboard Top Albums Chart at #8 and an impressive #3 on the Billboard Independent Album Chart.

Dean Lewis has today picked up five nominations for this year’s ARIA Awards. The Sydney artist’s 3x Platinum single “Be Alright” spent five consecutive weeks at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart and is currently in it’s eighth week at #1 on the Australian airplay charts. The track has also scored major global radio and playlist support, having been streamed over 175 million times.  

Photo courtesy of Sam MacDonald

Also securing five nominations are 2017’s Apple Music Song Of The Year winners Peking Duk. Nominated for this Award again this year, as well as Best Australian Live Act, Best Dance Release, Best Video and Best Group, their track “Fire” reached Platinum status with over 20 million streams in Australia.

5 Seconds Of Summer and Troye Sivan have both scored four nominations for this year’s ARIAs. 5 Seconds Of Summer’s track “Youngblood” peaked at #1 on the ARIA Charts, spending eight consecutive weeks at the top. Their album “Youngblood” also reached the top of the ARIA Albums Chart. Troye Sivan’s sophomore album “Bloom” peaked at #3, making it Sivan’s highest-charting studio album in his home country.

Today, ARIA welcomes Apple Music back for the 2018 ARIA Awards and confirms their support across two of the event’s most highly-anticipated categories, Song Of The Year and Album Of The Year.

With Apple Music, ARIA is giving fans the power to determine the winner of the coveted Song Of The Year award. From today until 21 November, fans can cast their vote by simply listening to their favourite song on Apple Music.*

Check out all the nominees for Apple Music Song Of The Year HERE

Following today’s nominations announcement, music fans will now be able to access songs, albums and specially curated playlists that celebrate the 2018 ARIA Awards nominees on Apple Music.

Denis Handlin AO, ARIA Chairman and Chairman and CEO of Sony Music Entertainment Australia and New Zealand and President, Asia said: “On behalf of the ARIA Board, congratulations to all of today’s winners in the Fine Arts, Artisan & Best Comedy categories. It is a very talented group of artists and creative contributors, and we celebrate their outstanding achievement by winning an ARIA Award in their particular genre or craft.

I would also like to congratulate all of the nominees announced today for the 2018 ARIA Awards with Apple Music. We are excited to offer Australian music fans a truly unique and memorable experience for the 32nd Annual ARIA Award celebrations, together with Apple Music and other partners. We look forward to a wonderful night of awards, music and magic moment performances at The Star Sydney.

Dan Rosen, ARIA Chief Executive, added: “2018 has been another remarkable year for Australian artists both at home and across the globe. The artists honoured today as winners in the Fine Arts, Artisan and Best Comedy Categories show that the high quality of artistic achievement in the Australian music scene is spread across a wide range of genres.

The Artisan Award winners exemplify that hard work, innovation and creativity is not limited to those who play the music but also those who contribute to the recordings behind the scenes. It is also with great excitement and anticipation that we look forward to November 28 when we reveal the winners of the remaining categories and bring more ARIA magic moments to the stage.

Slava Grigoryan took out the title in the Best Classical Album category for “Bach Cello Suites Volume II”. This marks Grigoryan’s fourth win from 17 ARIA nominations, either on his own or as a member of the Grigoryan Brothers or shared with other artists, and follows up his win for Best Classical Album for “Bach Cello Suites Volume I” in 2017.

Best World Music Album was won by Gurrumul for his posthumously released album “Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow).” The album, presenting traditional songs from his Yolngu life, was his first #1 ARIA album, making him only the second Indigenous artist to have a number one album.

Bridie and Wyatt from Tonightly with Tom Ballard were awarded the 2018 ARIA Award for Best Comedy Release for “Sex Pest.”

It was the release “Animarum” by Jonathan Zwartz that received the 2018 ARIA award for Best Jazz Album. Four years on from his last album “The Remembering and Forgetting of the Air”, this marked his second ARIA award nomination and the first win for this well-respected jazz artist.

The nominees for the ARIA Music Teacher Of The Year Award, sponsored by Telstra and supported by The Song Room, were also announced today. Now in its second year, the award recognises music teachers for their passion and hard work in educating Australian children to play and love music.

The finalists announced are Becky Hall from Education Institute, Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, Scott Maxwell from Grant High School in Mount Gambier, Dean Harawira from Nerang State High School in Nerang, Gold Coast and Deborah Skelton from Caladenia Primary School in Canning Vale, Perth. ARIA congratulates the teachers and the schools for this wonderful achievement. To vote for your favourite ARIA Music teacher, visit www.ariamusicteacheraward.com.au.

Ausmusic T-shirt Day is a massive nation-wide celebration of Australian music that reminds us how lucky we are to have such a strong local music scene, with some of the world’s best artists coming out of our backyard. Join triple j, ARIA and Support Act by wearing your favourite Aussie band t-shirt on Friday, November 16.  

Support Act would like to encourage artists and music fans to get involved by visiting supportact.org.au from Monday 15 October, where you can register as an individual or a team, make a donation, post and share your best band t-shirt pics using the hashtag #ausmusictshirtday. Fundraising efforts will help Support Act expand its new Wellbeing Helpline as well providing ongoing crisis relief services to musicians in need.

For anyone who doesn’t have an Ausmusic T-shirt – no worries. Visit your favourite artist’s website and check out their merch store or purchase a specially commissioned t-shirt from Levis, with all proceeds to benefit Support Act.

The 2017 ARIA Awards returned to the Nine Network and was a TV rating success – delivering a 31% increase in audience numbers, the biggest audience since 2010, and winning its time slot in total people and all demographics, including both 25-54s and under 55s. #ARIAs was also the #1 event on social media for the evening, trending at #1 on Twitter nationally and in every capital city in Australia, and peaking at #2 around the world. This year’s Awards Ceremony will be broadcast once again on the Nine Network.

This year fans will have the chance to vote in the categories of Best Australian Live Act, Best International Act, Apple Music Song Of The Year and Best Video. For more information on the publicly voted awards, visit ariaawards.com.au/public-voting.

Fans can cast their vote for Apple Music Song Of The Year by streaming their favourite song on Apple Music. This is in addition to being able to vote via ariaawards.com.au/public-voting. See voting terms and conditions for eligible play votes*.

Also returning this year is the opportunity for music fans to decide an ARIA winner exclusively via Twitter for the Best International Artist Category. Last year, more than 5.5 Million Tweets determined the winner for this category and we are encouraging fans to do it all over again. Fans can start voting for their favourite International Artist at 11 pm AEDT today by heading to Twitter using the following hashtags:

#ARIASCAMILACABELLO #ARIASDRAKE #ARIASEDSHEERAN #ARIASEMINEM #ARIASIMAGINEDRAGONS #ARIASKHALID #ARIASPINK #ARIASPOSTMALONE #ARIASSAMSMITH #ARIASTAYLORSWIFT

And that’s not the only way to celebrate the #ARIAs on Twitter. Twitter Australia will be unveiling eleven custom Twitter emojis for this year’s ARIA Awards, with the first emoji live and ready to Tweet from today. Tweets including the hashtag #ARIAs will generate a custom ARIA Awards emoji. The remaining 10 emojis will honour the nominees of the Best International Artist category and will be unveiled in the coming weeks.

Kicking off from 2:30pm AEDT Wednesday, 28 November, Twitter will also be streaming the ARIAs Red Carpet live coverage from Sydney and will be available to logged-in and logged-out users on Twitter and connected devices globally. Fans can access the Red Carpet coverage at live.twitter.com/arias or on @ARIA_official.

2018 ARIA Awards with Apple Music
Wednesday, November 28th, The Star Event Centre, Sydney
Broadcast on the Nine Network

#ARIAs

*Vote for the Apple Music Song Of The Year by playing your favourite song on Apple Music.

Listen to the nominated songs for more than 30 seconds from the Apple Music Song Of The Year playlist.

*Eligible votes include those from Australian Apple Music members who play nominees’ songs for a minimum of 30 seconds on Apple Music between 8 am AEDT 11 October through 11:59 pm AEDT 21 November 2018. The following are excluded from voting: remixes of nominated songs; all plays in radio stations; plays in playlists other than the Apple Music Song of the Year playlist; plays within the library; plays less than 30 seconds. Maximum one vote per nominated song per day per Apple Music member applicable.

2018 ARIA AWARD NOMINATED ARTISTS

Winners to be announced Wednesday, 28th November, The Star, Sydney

Apple Music Album Of The Year
Amy Shark – Love Monster (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Courtney Barnett – Tell Me How You Really Feel (Milk! Records/Remote Control Records)
Gurrumul – Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow) (SFM/MGM)
Pnau – Changa (etcetc Music)
Troye Sivan – Bloom (EMI)

Best Male Artist
Dan Sultan – Killer Under A Blood Moon (Liberation Records)
Dean Lewis – Be Alright (Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Gurrumul – Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow) (SFM/MGM)
Troye Sivan – Bloom (EMI)
Vance Joy – Nation Of Two (Liberation Records)

Best Female Artist
Alison Wonderland
– Awake (EMI)
Amy Shark – Love Monster (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Courtney Barnett – Tell Me How You Really Feel (Milk! Records/Remote Control Records)
Sia – Flames (What A Music Ltd, Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music Group)
Tash Sultana – Flow State  (Lonely Lands Records/Sony Music)

Best Dance Release
Alison
Wonderland – Awake (EMI)
Fisher – Losing It (etcetc Music)
Peking Duk – Fire (Sony Music)
Pnau – Go Bang  (etcetc Music)
RÜFÜS DU SOL – No Place  (Sony Music)

Best Group
5 Seconds Of Summer – Youngblood (Capitol UK/EMI)
DMA’S – For Now (I OH YOU)
Peking Duk – Fire  (Sony Music)
Pnau – Go Bang  (etcetc Music)
RÜFÜS DU SOL – No Place  (Sony Music)

Breakthrough Artist
Alex Lahey – I Love You Like A Brother (Nicky Boy Records/Caroline Australia)
Jack River – Sugar Mountain (I OH YOU)
Mojo Juju – Native Tongue (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)
Odette – To A Stranger (EMI)
Ruel – Dazed & Confused (RCA Records/Sony Music)

Best Pop Release
5 Seconds Of Summer
– Youngblood (Capitol UK/EMI)
Amy Shark – Love Monster (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Dean Lewis – Be Alright  (Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Jack River – Sugar Mountain (I OH YOU)
Troye Sivan – Bloom (EMI)

Best Urban Release 
360 – Vintage Modern (Forthwrite/EMI)
Esoterik – My Astral Plane (Flight Deck/Mushroom Group)
Hilltop Hoods – Clark Griswold (feat. Adrian Eagle) (Hilltop Hoods/Universal Music Australia)
Kerser – Engraved In The Game (ABK Records. Marketed & distributed by ADA, a division of Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd)
Mojo Juju – Native Tongue (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)

Best Independent Release
Angus & Julia Stone – Snow (Angus & Julia Stone Pty Ltd/EMI)
Courtney Barnett – Tell Me How You Really Feel (Milk! Records/Remote Control Records)
DMA’S – For Now (I OH YOU)
Gurrumul – Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow) (SFM/MGM)
Pnau – Go Bang (etcetc Music)

Best Rock Album
Camp Cope – How To Socialise & Make Friends (Poison City Records)
Courtney Barnett – Tell Me How You Really Feel (Milk! Records/Remote Control Records)
DMA’S – For Now (I OH YOU)
Luca Brasi – Stay (Cooking Vinyl Australia)
Middle Kids – Lost Friends (EMI)

Best Adult Contemporary Album
Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile – Lotta Sea Lice (Milk! Records/Remote Control Records)
Dan Sultan – Killer Under A Blood Moon (Liberation Records)
Missy Higgins – Solastalgia (Eleven: A Music Company/EMI Music)
Odette – To A Stranger (EMI)
Vance Joy – Nation Of Two  (Liberation Records)

Best Country Album
Adam Eckersley & Brooke McClymont – Adam & Brooke (Lost Highway Australia /Universal Music Australia)
Fanny Lumsden – Real Class Act (Red Dirt Road/AWAL)
Kasey Chambers & The Fireside Disciples – Campfire (Essence Group Entertainment. Marketed and distributed by Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd)
The Wolfe Brothers – Country Heart (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)
Travis Collins – Brave & The Broken (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)

Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album
DZ Deathrays – Bloody Lovely (I OH YOU)
King Parrot – Ugly Produce (EVP Recordings/Rocket)
Parkway Drive – Reverence (Resist Records/Cooking Vinyl Australia)
Polaris – The Mortal Coil (Resist Records/Cooking Vinyl Australia)
West Thebarton – Different Beings Being Different (Domestic La La/Sony Music Entertainment)

Best Blues & Roots Album
Angus & Julia Stone – Snow (Angus & Julia Stone Pty Ltd/EMI)
Emily Wurramara – Milyakburra (Wantok Musik/MGM)
Mama Kin Spender – Golden Magnetic (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)
Ruby Boots – Don’t Talk About It (Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Tash Sultana – Flow State  (Lonely Lands Records/Sony Music)

Best Original Soundtrack or Musical Theatre Cast Album
Evelyn Ida Morris – Acute Misfortune (Original Soundtrack) (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)
Jessica Mauboy – The Secret Daughter Season Two (Songs for the Original 7 Series) (Sony Music)
Jimmy Barnes – Working Class Boy: The Soundtracks (BLOODLINES)
LIARS – 1/1 (Original Soundtrack) (Mute/Inertia)
Various Artists – Muriel’s Wedding: The Musical (The Original Cast Recording) (Global Creatures/Sony Music)

Best Children’s Album
Justine Clarke – The Justine Clarke Show! (ABC KIDS/Universal Music Australia)
Lah-Lah – 10th Birthday Party (Stella Projects/Sony Music)
Sam Moran – Santa’s Coming! (Sony Music)
Teeny Tiny Stevies – Helpful Songs For Little People (ABC KIDS/Universal Music Australia)
The Wiggles – Wiggle Pop! (ABC KIDS/Universal Music Australia)

PUBLIC VOTED AWARDS

Apple Music Song Of The Year
5 Seconds Of Summer – Youngblood (Capitol UK/EMI)
Amy Shark – I Said Hi (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Angus & Julia Stone – Chateau (Angus & Julia Stone Pty Ltd/EMI)
Conrad Sewell – Healing Hands (Sony Music)
Dean Lewis – Be Alright (Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Peking Duk – Fire/Reprisal (Sony Music)
Pnau – Go Bang (etcetc Music)
Sheppard – Coming Home (Chugg Music/MGM)
Troye Sivan – My My My! (EMI)
Vance Joy – Lay It On Me (Liberation Records)

Best Video
Amy Shark – I Said Hi (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Client Liaison – Survival In The City (Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd)
Courtney Barnett – Need A Little Time (Milk! Records/Remote Control Records)
Dean Lewis – Be Alright (Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Gang Of Youths – The Heart Is A Muscle (Mosy Recordings/Sony Music)
Mojo Juju – Native Tongue (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)
Peking Duk – Fire (Sony Music)
Pnau – Go Bang (etcetc Music)
Tash Sultana – Salvation  (Lonely Lands Records/Sony Music)
The Presets – Do What You Want (Modular/EMI)

Best Australian Live Act
5 Seconds Of Summer – Meet You There Tour (Capitol UK/EMI)
Amy Shark – Love Monster Tour (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Client Liaison – Expo Liaison (Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd)
Courtney Barnett – Tell Me How You Really Feel National Tour (Milk! Records/Remote Control Records)
Dean Lewis – 2017 National Tour (Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Gang Of Youths – 2017 National Tour (Mosy Recordings/Sony Music)
Paul Kelly – Life Is Fine Tour 2017 (EMI)
Peking Duk – The Wasted Tour  (Sony Music)
Pnau – Pnau Changa Australian Tour  (etcetc Music)
Tash Sultana – Homecoming Tour  (Lonely Lands Records/Sony Music)

Best International Artist
Camila Cabello – Camila (Syco/Epic/Sony Music)
Drake – Scorpion & More Life (Republic/Universal Music)
Ed Sheeran – ÷ (Warner Music)
Eminem – Revival & Kamikaze (Interscope/Universal Music)
Imagine Dragons – Evolve (Interscope/Universal Music)
Khalid – American Teen (RCA/Sony Music)
P!nk – Beautiful Trauma (RCA/Sony Music)
Post Malone – Beerbongs & Bentleys & Stoney (Universal Music)
Sam Smith – The Thrill Of It All (Capitol/EMI)
Taylor Swift – Reputation (Big Machine/Universal Music) 

Music Teacher of the Year
Becky Hall (Education Institute, Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne VIC 3052)
Scott Maxwell (Grant High School, Mount Gambier SA 5209)
Dean Harawira (Nerang State High School, Gold Coast QLD 4211)
Deborah Skelton (Caladenia Primary School, Canning Vale WA 6155)

2018 ARTISAN AWARDS | NOMINATED ARTISTS

Best Cover Art

WINNER: CAITI BAKER FOR GURRUMUL – DJARIMIRRI (CHILD OF THE RAINBOW) (SFM/MGM)

Steve Wyper for Amy Shark – Love Monster (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Dean Hanson for Ball Park Music – Good Mood (Stop Start (Label)/Inertia (Distributor)
Caiti Baker for Gurrumul – Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow) (SFM/MGM)
Ben Lopez for Tash Sultana – Flow State (Lonely Lands Records/Sony Music)
Jonathan Zawada for The Presets – Hi Viz (Modular/EMI)

Engineer Of The Year

WINNER: BURKE REID FOR COURTNEY BARNETT – TELL ME HOW YOU REALLY FEEL (MILK! RECORDS/REMOTE CONTROL RECORDS)

Dann Hume & M Phazes for Amy Shark – I Said Hi (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Sam Cromack for Ball Park Music – Good Mood  (Stop Start (Label)/Inertia (Distributor)
Burke Reid for Courtney Barnett – Tell Me How You Really Feel (Milk! Records/Remote Control Records)
Ted Howard, Robin Mai & Matthew Cunliffe for Gurrumul – Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow) (SFM/MGM)
Holly Rankin, Xavier Dunn, John Castle for Jack River – Sugar Mountain (I OH YOU)

Producer Of The Year

WINNER: DANN HUME & M PHAZES FOR AMY SHARK – I SAID HI (WONDERLICK RECORDING COMPANY)

Dann Hume & M Phazes for Amy Shark – I Said Hi (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Ball Park Music for Ball Park Music – Good Mood  (Stop Start (Label)/Inertia (Distributor)
Courtney Barnett, Dan Luscombe & Burke Reid for Courtney Barnett – Tell Me How You Really Feel (Milk! Records/Remote Control Records)
Michael Hohnen for Gurrumul – Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow) (SFM/MGM)
Tash Sultana for Tash Sultana – Flow State (Lonely Lands Records/Sony Music)

2018 FINE ARTS AWARDS | NOMINATED ARTISTS

Best Classical Album

WINNER: SLAVA GRIGORYAN – BACH CELLO SUITES VOLUME II (ABC CLASSICS/UNIVERSAL)

Greta Bradman, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Adelaide Chamber Singers, Luke Dollman – Home (Decca Classics Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Ray Chen – The Golden Age (Decca Classics Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Sally Whitwell – Philip Glass: Complete Etudes For Solo Piano (ABC Classics/Universal Music Australia)
Slava Grigoryan – Bach Cello Suites Volume II (ABC Classics/Universal Music Australia)
Tamara-Anna Cislowska, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Johannes Fritzsch – Into Silence: Pärt | Vasks | Górecki | Pelēcis (ABC Classics/Universal Music Australia)

Best Jazz Album

WINNER: JONATHAN ZWARTZ – ANIMARUM (JONATHAN ZWARTZ/PLANET/MGM)

Barney McAll – Hearing The Blood (Extra Celestial Arts)
Elixir feat. Katie Noonan – Gratitude And Grief (KIN MUSIC/Universal Music Australia)
Jake Mason Trio – The Stranger In The Mirror (Soul Messin’ Records/Inertia Music)
James Morrison, Patti Austin, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Northey – Ella And Louis (ABC Jazz/Universal Music Australia)
Jonathan Zwartz – Animarum (Jonathan Zwartz/Planet/MGM)

Best World Music Album

WINNER: GURRUMUL – DJARIMIRRI (CHILD OF THE RAINBOW) (SFM/MGM)

Gurrumul – Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow) (SFM/MGM)
Joseph Tawadros – The Bluebird, The Mystic and The Fool (Independent/Planet)
Melbourne Ska Orchestra – Ska Classics (ABC Music/FOUR FOUR/Universal Music Australia)
Mista Savona – Havana Meets Kingston (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)
Xylouris White – Mother (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)

BEST COMEDY RELEASE | NOMINATED ARTISTS

WINNER: BRIDIE AND WYATT, TONIGHTLY WITH TOM BALLARD – SEX PEST (ABC MUSIC/UNIVERSAL)

Akmal Saleh – Transparent (Universal Sony Pictures Home Entertainment)
Aunty Donna – Aunty Donna The Album (etcetc Music)
Lawrence Mooney – Moonman (Universal Sony Pictures Home Entertainment)
Luke Heggie – Tiprat (Century)
Bridie and Wyatt, Tonightly with Tom Ballard  – Sex Pest (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)

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