triple j Annual 2015: This year’s best bits compiled into one killer collectable edition

triple j Annual 2015: This year’s best bits compiled into one killer collectable edition

triple j Annual 2015: This year’s best bits compiled into one killer collectable edition

Penned by triple j presenters and other respected writers, the triple j Annual 2015 is packed with everything that mattered this year. From your favourite artists who’re already punched into your playlist to fresh new finds, we’ve got your music needs sorted. We celebrate all-things triple j and showcase stunning photography and illustrations that’ll please your eyeballs. Deserving of a space on your coffee table, the specially embossed cover is an artistic patchwork of awesome featuring two of the most talked-about musicians in 2015. A captivating read from back to front, prepare to crack up, cringe and, at times, cry; here’s a peek at what’s inside...

Al Newstead discovers how the singer/songwriter/‘Avant Gardener’ has stayed grounded throughout her whirlwind year.

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The mountain of incredible nominations blew us away. From game developer to tradie, charity champion to egg farmer, get ready to meet a bunch of actual legends.

Zan Rowe dives in the deep end and dissects To Pimp a Butterfly — one of the most intriguing releases this year — and the man behind it.

Meg Mac and Phoebe Baker (Alpine) scroll through their 2015 highlight reel to chat breaking bones, sold-out shows and festival freefalls.
Tkay Maidza and Alison Wonderland discuss career highs, crying in front of thousands and scrapping entire albums.

How’s Kevin Parker handling all of the fame and fortune of psychedelic rock stardom? Dan Condon finds out.

Drugs, luxurious tampons, mining farmland and more, we take a look at the topics that fired you up this year.

Comedians Matt Okine, Gen Fricker and Nazeem Hussain each tell a tale that toes a fine line.

Parkway Drive, Northlane and more, Lochlan Watt raises the \m/ to the detuned Australian music that dominated 2015.

Every issue comes with free, exclusive ‘Pack ’er up, boiz’ and triple j emoji stickers!

PLUS: Chvrches, Hermitude, Disclosure, 2016 predictions, music that offends, Unearthed Indigenous artists, 2015’s best quotes, backstage at Beat the Drum, J Awards, Florence + The Machine, presenters’ secret skills and more.

On sale now from Newsagents, ABC Shops, ABC Centres and ABC Online.

For promotional copies and interviews, please contact:
Marija Beram
Publishing Editor
ABC Magazines
Ph: 02 8333 4970

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ABC Commercial distributed titles received plenty of recognition from the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts this year.

The Sydney Morning Herald published their list of ‘Australian TV's most powerful and influential people’, with numerous ABC talent recognised.

Australia’s #1 maritime writer, Rob Mundle, on how it could all have been so very, very different.

The multi award-winning, critically acclaimed and much-loved ABC TV series Utopia is now a book!

First Dog on the Moon, handsome and debonair correspondent for The Guardian and The Monthly

Share the love from your garden this Christmas.

ABC DVD receives two industry awards from the Australian Home Entertainment Distributors Association for The Wiggles and Chris Lilley campaigns.

Feel Good Food, the new cookbook from delicious, is not about a diet, not about fads, not about restrictions. It is about our desire to embrace food that is better for us, yet still delicious!

ABC Commercial has secured all streaming, digital download and DVD distribution rights in Australia and New Zealand.

ABC Cricket magazine, edited by ABC Grandstand’s Jim Maxwell, is on sale now.

Critically acclaimed Nowhere Boys, Shaun The Sheep, Wolfblood and Operation Ouch! receive nods at this year’s British Academy Children’s Awards.

HOOT HOOT GO! is a heart-warming, live action puppetry and animation series, promoting teamwork, collaboration and friendship – based on ABC KIDS award-winning flagship property, Giggle and Hoot