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2019 ARIA AWARDS NOMINATED ARTISTS REVEALED

ARIA Awards 2019
ARIA Awards 2019

The countdown to the 2019 ARIA Awards in partnership with YouTube Music is on, with just seven weeks to go. At the ARIA Awards Season Launch held today at The Art Gallery of New South WalesARIA announced the nominees in all categories, with the winners to be revealed at The Star Event CentreSydney on Wednesday, 27th November 2019. The Awards Ceremony will be broadcast around Australia on the Nine Network, hosted by Guy Sebastian.

It was an exciting day for breakthrough artist Tones and I, leading the nominations tally with eight. As well as having her songs nominated in the Producer of the Year and Engineer of the Year categories, the singer-songwriter has been nominated for Best Female Artist, Breakthrough Artist, Best Pop Release, Best Independent Release, Best Video presented by YouTube Music and Song of the Year presented by YouTube Music. Having only debuted in February this year, Tones and I has taken Australian radio by storm, with her hit “Dance Monkey” achieving the number one spot on the ARIA Chart. Tones and I also broke the record last week for most weeks at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart by an Australian artist as “Dance Monkey” took out its tenth consecutive week in the top spot.

Equal second on the leaderboard, with seven nominations, are The Teskey Brothers, whose sophomore album “Run Home Slow” impressed critics this year and entered the ARIA Chart at number 2, as well as making an appearance at the pointy end of the US iTunes Chart. The Melbourne band have been selling out national and international tours consistently since 2017, including mammoth crowds at Latitude Festival (UK)Firefly (USA) and Bonnaroo (USA). As well as Sam Teskey winning the ARIA Engineer Of The Year, The Teskey Brothers are up for Album Of The Year, Best Group, Breakthrough Artist, Best Independent Release, Best Blues & Roots Album, and Best Australian Live Act at this year’s ARIA Awards.

Also coming in with seven nominations are Australian favourites Hilltop Hoods, whose record-setting career has seen six of their eight albums peak at number one on the ARIA Chart, five singles reach the top 10, and winning a huge nine ARIA Awards since 2006. This year the hip hop group are nominated for Album Of The Year, Best Group, Best Hip Hop Release, Best Video presented by YouTube Music, Best Australian Live Act, Engineer of the Year, and Song Of The Year presented by YouTube Music.

With an impressive six nominations, including Best Cover Art for Emilie Pfitzner’s artwork on “Better In Blak”, Thelma Plum is proving herself as a force to be reckoned with this year. The release of her debut album “Better In Blak” saw her nominated for a National Indigenous Music Award for Best Video, perform at Splendour In The Grass and Groovin’ The Moo and showcased as triple j’s Feature Album.

Indie-rocker Julia Jacklin also received six nominations for her second studio album “Crushing”, which she has spent the year performing on stages around the world. In the past few years Jacklin has been awarded Best Independent Blues and Roots Album at the Australian Independent Record Labels Association Awards and has also been nominated for Best Female Artistand Song of The Year at the APRA Music Awards; she now has the chance to add an ARIA Award to this collection in November.

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With five nominations, Australian icon Paul Kelly may also be adding to his collection of 14 ARIA Awards, thanks to the success of his 24th studio album “Nature”. This year, he is the first artist in Australian history to be nominated across three genres in the same year, scoring a win with collaborator James Ledger in the Best Classical Album category, as well as nominations for Best Blues and Roots Album and Best Adult Contemporary Album. Kelly’s reputation as one of Australia’s greatest songwriters is proven by his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2017 for distinguished service to the performing arts, as well as countless awards and chart-topping hits over his extensive career.

2018 ARIA Award winner Dean Lewis has picked up four nominations for this year’s ARIA Awards. The Sydney artist’s 7 x platinum single “Be Alright” won an ARIA Award in 2018 for Best Video and spent five consecutive weeks at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart last year. Lifted from his 2019, #1 debut album “A Place We Knew”, which also contains the hit singles “Waves” (6 x platinum), “7 Minutes” (2 x platinum) and “Stay Awake” (platinum). Lewis’ music has now amassed over 2.3 billion streams worldwide.

Also back in the nominations tally for a second year, up for four Awards, is Amy SharkShark was the star of the 2018 ARIA Awards, taking home four, including Album of the Year, Best Female Artist and Best Pop Release. Shark has enjoyed huge success in recent years with her 2 x Platinum single “I Said Hi” and her critically acclaimed debut album “Love Monster”, which came in at #1 on the ARIA Album Charts.

The host of this year’s ARIA Awards, crowd favourite Guy Sebastian, has also scored four nominations for Best Male Artist, Best Pop Release, Best Video in partnership with YouTube Music, and Song of the Year in partnership with YouTube Music. Sebastian is no stranger to the ARIAs, having won four ARIA Awards from 27 nominations in his illustrious career.

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 and Artisan Awards. It is a very talented group of artists and creative contributors, and we are very pleased to celebrate their outstanding achievement of winning an ARIA Award.

I would also like to congratulate all of the nominees announced today for the 2019 ARIA Awards in partnership with YouTube Music. We are excited to host another celebration of Australian music at the 33rd ARIA Awards where Australian music fans can look forward to a magical night of music and special moments.”

Dan RosenARIA Chief Executive, added: “2019 has been a brilliant year for Australian music, and that was on display today at the ARIA Season Launch. I congratulate the winners of the Fine Arts and Artisan ARIA Awards who were deservedly rewarded for their talent and artistry.

I also congratulate all the 2019 ARIA Award nominees announced today. Our nominees come from different backgrounds and work across a range of genres, but are united in their incredible ability to entertain and inspire us with their music.  

I’m also thrilled to present this year’s four incredible nominees for Telstra ARIA Music Teacher Of The Year. Without their work, and the work of music teachers all around the country, we would not be able to inspire the next generation of Australian music talent and ARIA Award winners. I encourage everyone to discover the amazing stories behind this year’s nominees and to show their support by voting.

I look forward to celebrating all of these nominees and Australian music across the ARIA Season as we head towards November 27th and the 33rd ARIA Awards in partnership with YouTube Music.”

Mel SilvaVP & Managing Director of Google Australia and New Zealand, said: “The countdown towards Aussie music’s night of nights is officially on and we’re so thrilled to be working with ARIA and to celebrate the music industry. A huge congratulations to all the 2019 ARIA Awards nominees — and don’t forget to vote for Song of the Year and Best Video in Google Search!”

Dann Hume took out the title in the Producer of the Year category for Matt Corby’s album “Rainbow Valley“. Hume has appeared on the ARIA Charts numerous times before, achieving platinum status for his work on Lisa Mitchell’s hit “Wonder”, before working on releases of ARIA Gold status such as Matt Corby‘s debut “Telluric” and Amy Shark’s “Weekends”.

Melbourne Ska Orchestra took home their second ARIA Award from five nominations in their career, winning Best World Music Album for their release, “One Year Of Ska”, Paul Kelly and James Ledger were honoured to be recognised in the Best Classical Album category for their release “Thirteen Ways To Look At Birds”, and the various artists who contributed to “The Recording Studio (Music From The TV Series)” were awarded the ARIA for Best Original Soundtrack or Musical Theatre Cast Album.

It was the release “TRYST” by Kate Ceberano and Paul Grabowsky which received the 2019 ARIA Award for Best Jazz Album. This is respected jazz pioneer Ceberano’s 15th ARIA award nomination and fourth win. 

The nominees for the Telstra ARIA Music Teacher Of The Year Award, supported by The Song Room, were also announced today. Now in its third 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 Antonio Chiappetta from St Andrews College, Marayong, NSW, Bel Skinner from North Regional TAFE, WA, Julie Rennick from Gunnedah Conservatorium, NSW, and Lee Strickland from Narbethong State Special School, QLD. ARIA congratulates the teachers and the schools for this wonderful achievement. To vote for your favourite ARIA Music teacher, visit 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 ARIA, triple j and Support Act by wearing your favourite Australian band t-shirt on Friday, November 15th.

Support Act would like to encourage all music lovers to support their fundraising efforts by visiting ausmusictshirtday.org.au, where you can register as an individual or a team, make a donation, post and share your best band t-shirt pics using the hashtags #ausmusictshirtday, @supportact, @triplej, @aria_official. Last year the initiative raised over $100,000, with fundraising efforts helping Support Act to expand the reach of its widely acclaimed Wellbeing Helpline and continue to provide crisis relief to artists, crew and music workers in need. 

The 2018 ARIA Awards was a TV ratings success – delivering huge audience numbers and winning the viewership of the 16 to 39 and 18 to 49 age groups. #ARIAs was also the top trending hashtag on Twitter for the evening as well as trending across 14 countries and 150 cities around the world.

This year, the ARIA Awards for Best Video and Song of the Year will be presented by YouTube Music. Aussies will have the chance to have their say about the winners directly in Google Search. Fans simply need to search ‘ARIA Vote’ and follow the prompts to make their selection for the ARIA Award for Best Video presented by YouTube Music. They will also be able to vote for Song Of The Year presented by YouTube Music nominees. Aussie music fans can vote once per day, per category, when signed into their Google Account, up until 11:59pm, 20th November

Also returning this year is the opportunity for music fans to decide an ARIA winner exclusively via Twitter for the Best International Artist category. Fans can start voting for their favourite International Artist at 11pm AEDT today by heading to Twitter and using the following hashtags:

#ARIAsArianaGrande #ARIAsBillieEilish #ARIAsEdSheeran #ARIAsGeorgeEzra #ARIAsKhalid #ARIAsPink #ARIAsPostMalone #ARIAsShawnMendes #ARIAsTaylorSwift #ARIAsTravisScott

2019 ARIA AWARD NOMINATED ARTISTS 

Winners to be announced Wednesday, 27th November, The Star, Sydney

Album Of The Year
Dean Lewis – A Place We Knew (Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Hilltop Hoods – The Great Expanse (Hilltop Hoods/Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
RÜFÜS DU SOL – Solace (Rose Avenue Records/Sony Music Australia)
The Teskey Brothers – Run Home Slow (Ivy League Records)
Thelma Plum – Better In Blak (Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd) 

Best Male Artist
Dean Lewis – A Place We Knew (Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Guy Sebastian – Choir (Sony Music Australia)
Hayden James – Between Us (Future Classic)
Matt Corby – Rainbow Valley (Matt Corby/Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Paul Kelly – Nature (EMI Music Australia)  

Best Female Artist
Amy Shark – Mess Her Up (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Jessica Mauboy – Little Things (Sony Music Australia)
Julia Jacklin – Crushing (Liberation Records)
Thelma Plum – Better In Blak (Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd)
Tones And I – Dance Monkey (Bad Batch Records/Sony Music)

Best Dance Release
Dom Dolla – Take It (Sweat It Out/Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd
FISHER – You Little Beauty (etcetc Music)
Peking Duk & Jack River – Sugar (Sony Music Australia)
PNAU – Solid Gold (etcetc Music)
RÜFÜS DU SOL – Solace (Rose Avenue Records/Sony Music Australia) 

Best Group
5 Seconds Of Summer – Easier (Interscope / EMI Music Australia)
Birds Of Tokyo – Good Lord (EMI Music Australia)
Hilltop Hoods – The Great Expanse (Hilltop Hoods/Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
RÜFÜS DU SOL – Solace (Rose Avenue Records/Sony Music Australia)
The Teskey Brothers – Run Home Slow (Ivy League Records)

 Breakthrough Artist
G Flip – About Us (Future Classic)
Stella Donnelly – Beware Of The Dogs (Stella Music/MGM)
The Teskey Brothers – Run Home Slow (Ivy League Records)
Thelma Plum – Better In Blak (Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd)
Tones And I – Dance Monkey (Bad Batch Records/Sony Music)

Best Pop Release
Amy Shark – Mess Her Up (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Dean Lewis – A Place We Knew (Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Guy Sebastian – Choir (Sony Music Australia)
Thelma Plum – Better In Blak (Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd)
Tones And I – Dance Monkey (Bad Batch Records/Sony Music) 

Best Hip Hop Release
Baker Boy – Cool As Hell (Danzal Baker/Island Records Australia)
Hilltop Hoods – The Great Expanse (Hilltop Hoods/Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Illy – Then What (Sony Music Australia)
Sampa The Great – Final Form (Ninja Tune/Inertia Music)
Tkay Maidza – Awake feat. JPEGMAFIA (Dew Process/Universal Music Australia)  

Best Soul/R&B Release
Kaiit – Miss Shiney (Alt. Music Group/Ditto Music)
Matt Corby – Rainbow Valley (Matt Corby/Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Adrian Eagle – AOK (Adrian Eagle)
Genesis Owusu – WUTD + Vultures (Ourness/AWAL)
Tash Sultana – Can’t Buy Happiness (Lonely Lands Records/Sony Music Australia)

Best Independent Release
Angie McMahon – Salt (Independent/AWAL)
G Flip – About Us (Future Classic)
Julia Jacklin – Crushing (Liberation Records)
The Teskey Brothers – Run Home Slow (Ivy League Records)
Tones And I – The Kids Are Coming (Bad Batch Records/Sony Music)

 Best Rock Album
Amyl and The Sniffers – Amyl and The Sniffers (Flightless Records)
Holy Holy – My Own Pool Of Light (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Jimmy Barnes – My Criminal Record (Bloodlines)
Midnight Oil – Armistice Day: Live at The Domain, Sydney (Sony Music Australia)
Skegss – My Own Mess (Ratbag Records)  

Best Adult Contemporary Album
Julia Jacklin – Crushing (Liberation Records)
Paul Kelly – Nature (EMI Music Australia)
Samantha Jade – The Magic of Christmas (Sony Music Australia)
Seeker Lover Keeper – Wild Seeds (Liberation Records)
The Paper Kites – On The Corner Where You Live (Wonderlick Recording Company) 

Best Country Album
Charlie Collins – Snowpine (Mirror Music/Inertia Music)
Felicity Urquhart – Frozen Rabbit (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)
Lee Kernaghan – Backroad Nation (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)
Morgan Evans – Things We Drink To (Warner Music Nashville)
Sara Storer – Raindance (Universal Music Australia)

 Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album
Clowns – Nature/Nurture (Damaged Record Co./Caroline Australia)
Dead Letter Circus – Dead Letter Circus (BMG)
DZ Deathrays – Positive Rising: Part 1 (I OH YOU)
King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard – Infest The Rats’ Nest (Flightless Records/Inertia Music)
Northlane – Alien (UNFD) 

Best Blues & Roots Album
Dan Sultan – Aviary Takes (Liberation Records)
John Butler Trio – HOME (Jarrah Records/MGM)
King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard – Fishing For Fishies (Flightless Records/Inertia Music)
Paul Kelly – Live At Sydney Opera House (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)
The Teskey Brothers – Run Home Slow (Ivy League Records) 

Best Children’s Album
Dan Sultan – Nali & Friends (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)
Kamil Ellis and Ensemble Offspring – Classic Kids: Music For The Dreaming (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Regurgitator’s Pogogo Show – The Really Really Really Really Boring Album (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)
The Beanies – Imagination Station (Kinderling Kids Radio)
The Wiggles – Party Time! (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia) 

Best Comedy Release
Arj Barker
 – Organic (Universal Sony Pictures Home Entertainment)
Carl Barron – Drinking With A Fork (Universal Sony Pictures Home Entertainment)
Chris Lilley – Lunatics (Official Soundtrack) (ABC Music / Universal Music Australia)
Sammy J – Symphony In J Minor (ABC Music / Universal Music Australia)
Veronica & Lewis – Sex Flex: A Rap Guide To Fornication (ABC Music / Universal Music Australia)


PUBLIC VOTED AWARDS 

Best Video presented by YouTube Music
Baker Boy – Cool As Hell (Danzal Baker/Island Record Australia)
Briggs – Life Is Incredible feat. Greg Holden (Adam Briggs/Island Records Australia)
G Flip – Drink Too Much (Future Classic)
Guy Sebastian – Choir (Sony Music Australia)
Hilltop Hoods – Exit Sign feat. Illy & Ecca Vandal (Hilltop Hoods/Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Jessica Mauboy – Little Things (Sony Music Australia)
PNAU – Solid Gold (etcetc Music)
Sampa The Great – Final Form (Ninja Tune/Inertia Music)
Thelma Plum – Better In Blak (Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd)
Tones And I – Dance Monkey (Bad Batch Records/Sony Music Australia)  

Best Australian Live Act
Amy Shark – Amy Shark Australian Tour (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Baker Boy – Cool As Hell Tour (Danzal Baker/Island Records Australia)
Electric Fields – 2000 And Whatever Tour (Independent/Ditto)
Gang Of Youths – Say Yes To Life Tour (Mosy Recordings/Sony Music)
Hilltop Hoods – The Great Expanse World Tour (Hilltop Hoods/Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Keith Urban – Graffiti U Tour 2019 (Capitol – Nashville/EMI Music Australia)
King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard – King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Australian Tour 2019 (Flightless Records/Inertia Music)
Midnight Oil – Midnight Oil (Sony Music Australia)
Peking Duk – Peking Duk’s Biggest Tour Ever… So Far (Sony Music Australia)
The Teskey Brothers – The Teskey Brothers – Intimate Venue Tour (Ivy League Records)  

Song Of The Year presented by YouTube Music
5 Seconds Of Summer – Easier (Interscope/EMI Music Australia)
Amy Shark – Mess Her Up (Wonderlick Recording Company)
Birds Of Tokyo – Good Lord (EMI Music Australia)
Dean Lewis – 7 Minutes (Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Guy Sebastian – Choir (Sony Music Australia)
Hilltop Hoods – Leave Me Lonely (Hilltop Hoods/Universal Music Australia)
Kian – Waiting (EMI Music Australia)
Morgan Evans – Day Drunk (Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd)
Ocean Alley – Confidence (The Orchard)
Tones and I – Dance Monkey (Bad Batch Records/Sony Music) 

Best International Artist
Ariana Grande – Thank U, Next (UNI/UMA)
Billie Eilish – When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go (INR/UMA)
Ed Sheeran – No.6 Collaborations Project (ATL/WAR)
George Ezra – Staying At Tamara’s (COL/SME)
Khalid – Free Spirit (RCA/SME)
P!nk – Hurts 2B Human (RCA/SME)
Post Malone – Hollywood’s Bleeding (UNI/UMA)
Shawn Mendes – Shawn Mendes (ISL/UMA)
Taylor Swift – Lover (UNI/UMA)
Travis Scott – Astroworld (SME) 

Telstra ARIA Music Teacher of the Year
Antonio Chiappetta (St Andrews College, Marayong, NSW)
Bel Skinner (North Regional TAFE, WA)
Julie Rennick (Gunnedah Conservatorium, NSW)
Lee Strickland (Narbethong State Special School, QLD)
 

ARTISAN AWARDS

Best Cover Art
WINNER: Emilie Pfitzner for Thelma Plum – Better in Blak (Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd)

Ben Jones for Amyl and The Sniffers – Amyl and The Sniffers (Flightless Records)
Jonathan Zawada for Flume – Hi This is Flume (Mixtape) (Future Classic)
Nick Mckk for Julia Jacklin – Crushing (Liberation Records)
Lucy Dyson for Paul Kelly – Nature (EMI Music Australia)
Emilie Pfitzner for Thelma Plum – Better In Blak  (Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd)

Engineer Of The Year
WINNER: Sam Teskey for The Teskey Brothers – Run Home Slow (Ivy League Records)

Hilltop Hoods – The Great Expanse (Hilltop Hoods/Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Burke Reid for Julia Jacklin – Crushing (Liberation Records)
Kevin Parker for Tame Impala – Patience (Modular Recordings/Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Sam Teskey for The Teskey Brothers – Run Home Slow (Ivy League Records)
Konstantin Kersting for Tones And I – Dance Monkey (Bad Batch Records/Sony Music)

Producer Of The Year
WINNER: Dann Hume for Matt Corby – Rainbow Valley (Matt Corby/Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)

Dann Hume for Matt Corby – Rainbow Valley (Matt Corby/Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Kevin Parker for Tame Impala – Patience  (Modular Recordings/Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)
Burke Reid for Julia Jacklin – Crushing (Liberation Records)
Paul Kelly and Steven Schram for Paul Kelly – Nature (EMI Music Australia)
Konstantin Kersting for Tones And I – Dance Monkey (Bad Batch Records/Sony Music)
 

FINE ARTS AWARDS

Best Classical Album
WINNER: Paul Kelly, James Ledger – Thirteen Ways To Look At Birds (Decca Australia/Universal Music Australia)

Diana Doherty, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Nigel Westlake, David Robertson, Synergy Vocals – Nigel Westlake: Spirit of the Wild / Steve Reich: The Desert Music  (ABC Classic/Universal Music Australia)
Genevieve Lacey – Soliloquy: Telemann Solo Fantasias  ( ABC Classic/Universal Music Australia)
Grigoryan Brothers, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Northey – Bach Concertos (ABC Classic/Universal)
Nicole Car, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti – Heroines (ABC Classic/Universal Music Australia)
Paul Kelly, James Ledger – Thirteen Ways To Look At Birds (Decca Australia/Universal Music Australia)

Best Jazz Album
WINNER: Kate Ceberano and Paul Grabowsky – TRYST  (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)

Andrea Keller – Transients Vol.1  (MGM)
Angela Davis – Little Did They Know  (ABC Jazz/Universal Music Australia)
Barney McAll – Zephyrix (Extra Celestial Arts)
Kate Ceberano and Paul Grabowsky – TRYST  (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)
Phil Slater – The Dark Pattern (Earshift/The Planet Company)

Best Original Soundtrack or Musical Theatre Cast Album
WINNER: Various Artists – The Recording Studio (Music From The TV Series) (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)

Burkhard Dallwitz – LOCUSTS: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Closereef Productions)
Gang Of Youths – MTV Unplugged (Live in Melbourne) (Mosy Recordings/Sony Music)
Luke Howard – The Sand That Ate The Sea (Mercury KX/Universal Music Australia)
Trials – Cargo (Causeway Films/Universal Music Australia)
Various Artists – The Recording Studio (Music From The TV Series) (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)

Best World Music Album
WINNER: Melbourne Ska Orchestra – One Year Of Ska (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)

Chaika – Arrow  (Mara Music/Independent/Gyrostream)
Joseph Tawadros – Betrayal of a Sacred Sunflower (Independent/The Planet Company)
Melbourne Ska Orchestra – One Year Of Ska (ABC Music/Universal Music Australia)
Tara Tiba – Omid (Cezanne Producciones/The Planet Company)
Zela Margossian Quintet – Transition (Art As Catharsis)

DownlStay tuned for more exciting announcements about the 2019 ARIA Awards in partnership with YouTube Music.

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