Triple J Hottest 100 list 2013, live stream

Triple J Hottest 100 list 2013, live stream


UPDATED: Hottest track-list on the archive, Triple J Hottest 100 list in 2013 countdown.

The hottest tracks of 2013 from ‘Riptide’by Vance joy, ‘Royals’ by Lorde took the 2nd spot (Lorde took 2014 worldwide tour) and down to the last spot taken by Karnivool ‘We Are’.

The results of the first poll were counted down on Sunday 5 March 1989 between 10am and 6pm.

The 2013 Triple J Hottest 100 top list which ‘Daft Punk’ got four tracks most popular songs, were then counted down on Australia Day weekend, Triple J hottest 100 and other sources claims that it is the world’s largest music poll.

Here’s the Top 10 Triple J Hottest 100 list of 2013:

1. Riptide – Vance Joy
2. Royals – Lorde
3. Get Lucky{Ft. Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers} -Daft Punk
4. Do I Wanna Know? -Arctic Monkeys
5. Drop The Game – Flume & Chet Faker
6. Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High? -Arctic Monkeys
7. Young And Beautiful -Lana Del Rey
8. Resolution – Matt Corby
9. Is This How You Feel? – The Preatures
10. Strong – London Grammar
“Triple J is a nationally networked Australian radio station intended to appeal to listeners between the ages of 18 and 30. The station places a greater emphasis on Australian music and alternative music compared to commercial stations.”

“The station played an unprecedented level of Australian content, favoured long album cuts, played tracks banned by other stations because of drug or sexual references, championed many styles of local and overseas music that were being excluded from commercial pop playlists (including reggae, punk rock, electronic and New Wave) and, following the trend set by the BBC, mixed its recorded music programming with a schedule of regular weekly live-to-air studio concert broadcasts.”

The Triple J Hottest 100 is an annual music poll, based on the votes of national Australian radio station Triple J listeners, in order to determine their favourite song of the year, tune in for live stream on ABC radio.

The idea for the poll came from Triple J producer Lawrie Zion in late 1988. During this time he conceived the idea of running a listener poll to determine their 100 favourite songs of all time. The idea was influenced by Brisbane community radio station 4zzz, which developed its Hot 100 in 1976.

For the inaugural poll, before Triple J had become a national broadcaster, Sydney listeners were required to write their 10 favourite tracks down on the back of an envelope. Some entries were sent into the station, written on a variety of items, including paintings, sculptures, and hand-rolled cannabis cigarettes.

The poll attracts over half a million votes every year and the voting is conducted through the internet and begins roughly two weeks prior to the new year for the previous year’s songs, according to Wiki. Image / ABC.NET.AU

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