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Hottest 100 Volume 25

Now in its 25th year, triple j’s Hottest 100 remains the most talked about and listened to radio event of the year, counting down the hottest songs of 2017.

This year’s Hottest 100 Volume 25 will be jam packed with the year’s biggest and best songs and wrapping up another huge year in music on this awesome double album!

Track Listing:

CD 1:

  1. Kendrick Lamar - HUMBLE.
  2. Gang Of Youths - Let Me Down Easy
  3. Angus & Julia Stone - Chateau
  4. Lorde - Green Light
  5. PNAU - Go Bang
  6. Thundamentals - Sally {Ft. Mataya}
  7. Vance Joy - Lay It On Me
  8. The Jungle Giants - Feel The Way I Do 
  9. Peking Duk & AlunaGeorge - Fake Magic
  11. Khalid - Young Dumb & Broke
  12. Vera Blue - Regular Touch
  13. Ball Park Music - Exactly How You Are
  14. Tash Sultana - Mystik
  15. Baker Boy - Marryuna {Ft. Yirrmal}
  16. The Smith Street Band - Birthdays
  17. The Wombats - Lemon To A Knife Fight 
  18. Alex The Astronaut - Not Worth Hiding
  19. Winston Surfshirt - Be About You 
  20. Touch Sensitive - Lay Down
  21. Amy Shark - Weekends
  22. Hockey Dad - Homely Feeling

CD 2:

  1. Methyl Ethel - Ubu
  2. The Killers - The Man
  3. Meg Mac - Low Blows
  4. Skegss - Got On My Skateboard 
  5. Calvin Harris - Slide {Ft. Frank Ocean & Migos}
  6. Mallrat - Better
  7. Holy Holy - True Lovers
  8. Angie McMahon - Slow Mover
  9. CamelPhat & Elderbrook - Cola 
  10. Hayden James - NUMB {Ft. GRAACE}
  11. Lil Uzi Vert - XO TOUR Llif3 
  12. Alex Lahey - I Haven’t Been Taking Care Of Myself
  13. HAIM - Want You Back
  14. Allday - In Motion {Ft. Japanese Wallpaper}
  15. Billie Eilish - bellyache
  16. Dune Rats - 6 Pack 
  17. Camp Cope - The Opener
  18. Charli XCX - Boys 
  19. Future - Mask Off
  20. Odette - Watch Me Read You
  21. Ocean Alley - The Comedown
Music can change lives. For almost 20 years, the Hush Foundation has been working with renowned Australian artists to create music of joy and calm – originally to support children in hospital, and now enjoyed everywhere from concert halls to living rooms. In this latest offering from the Hush series, pianist Tony Gould and guitarist Peter Petrucci present music that can bring optimism even in the toughest times.The Hush Foundation, under the inspirational leadership of physician Professor Catherine Crock AM, transforms the healthcare experience for patients, families and staff through music and the performing arts. It has produced 17 albums, bringing some of Australia’s finest performers and composers together in collaborative partnerships that engage with the lived experience of people in the health system and other stressful environments. Hush albums are played not only in hospitals, but also in aged care, palliative care and childcare facilities to reduce stress and anxiety. Community and international orchestras also play music composed for Hush. In 2014, Hush’s contribution to Australian music was acknowledged with the APRA/AMCOS Award for Excellence.Gathering of Kindness recognises the power of the small acts of kindness and respect that build trust and create a sense of safety and security in difficult and challenging situations. ‘When we ask patients, their families and those working in healthcare “What matters to you?”’ says Professor Crock, ‘the single word at the top of the list is kindness.’Tony Gould and Peter Petrucci wrote the music on this album with the Hush ‘family’ firmly in mind. ‘We hope they serve at least one of music’s purposes in life, and that is to help calm our fellow humans in times when things aren’t going so well. Music can do this superbly. It can also give us joy, can foster kindness and a sense that, ultimately, everything will be all right.’ This latest album has been named after the healthcare events Hush has hosted since 2016. The Gathering of Kindness bring people working in health and aged care together to talk about ways kindness can flourish in their organisations and services. These events are being hosted throughout November at metro, regional and rural healthcare organisations across Victoria, and include live performances of Hush plays and music, healthcare book launches and panels, narrative and a range of self-care workshops, as well as updates on new research being undertaken. Hush is also hosting a ticketed event at KPMG in Melbourne on Thursday 14 November.›Pianist / composer / critic / author / academic / educator Tony Gould has been involved in music in Australia for over half a century. A prolific performer, composer and recording artist across several musical genres of art music, Tony has composed and performed alongside other renowned musicians Australia-wide and internationally. His numerous accolades include membership of the Order of Australia (AM) in recognition of his contribution to music.Peter Petrucci is one of Australia’s leading jazz guitarists, recognised for his virtuosity and lyricism in improvisations and artful compositions. He has released eight albums – the latest, They Know That We Know, in August 2019. Peter has performed locally and internationally supporting distinguished musicians and has appeared at numerous international jazz festivals, in the US, Canada, Germany, Italy, the Melbourne International Jazz Festival and the Wangaratta, Stonnington and Queensland Jazz Festivals. TRACKLISTING 1 All Things Good2 Anthem3 Calm4 Autumn Lullaby5 Quiet6 Spring Town7 It’s Up to You8 A Little Folk Song9 Essence10 Truth and Beauty11 The Softness of Air12 The Smile Peter Petrucci guitar – Tony Gould piano Tks 1-3, 5, 8, 10-12 composed by Tony Gould.Tks 4, 6, 7 and 9 composed by Peter Petrucci.