The 2010s wouldn’t look or sound the same without artists like Lana Del Rey, Beyoncé, Sia, Florence and the Machine, Courtney Barnett, Lorde and MIA. That’s facts.
So, for International Women’s Day on Sunday 8 March triple j is celebrating the best music made by women over the last decade with a special edition of Girls to the Front – just in time to get your Hottest 100 of the Decade votes in!
Tune in to triple j throughout the week as we give big ups to the women that shaped the decade with their music and reminisce about history defining moments like these ones…
- Lorde replacing Frank Ocean at 2013’s Splendour in the Grass
- The world falling in love with Courtney Barnett
- Beyoncé serving up ‘Lemonade’
- Billie Eilish becoming the first female solo artist to top the Hottest 100 in 2019
- Camp Cope putting the industry on notice with ‘The Opener’
- Alison Wonderland making Coachella history as the highest billed female DJ
- Thelma Plum coming in at #9 in 2019’s Hottest 100 – making her the highest ranking Indigenous artist
- Tones and I spending a historic 24 weeks at the top of the ARIA Charts
Across triple j, Double J and triple j Unearthed you’ll hear the best songs of the 2010s made by women, ahead of the biggest voting day of the Hottest 100 of the Decade!
Every program will be presented by regular triple j and Double J female hosts including Bridget Hustwaite, Caz Tran, Ebony Boadu, Jess Perkins, Karla Ranby, Nat Tencic, Tia Newling and Zan Rowe.
Plus, Melbourne experimental-pop artist Banoffee joins triple j as a special guest presenter, spinning some of her favourite tunes from 11pm as the host of Something More.
And to warm you up on Friday 6 March, G Flip is coming through the triple j Like A Version studio. Listen to triple j Breakfast with Sally & Erica to find out which iconic power anthem she takes on!
Double J also explores the life and work of PJ Harvey on The J Files, and Laura Marling’s incredible 2010 album I Speak Because I Can on Classic Albums. Plus, Zan Rowe will be on your radio from 3pm on Sunday, taking you through her favourite Take 5s with female artists.
The music you hear on triple j will be programmed by Music Researcher/Producer Karla Ranby; on Double J it is programmed by Music Director Dorothy Markek and triple j Unearthed will be programmed by Australian Music Producer Claire Mooney.
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