triple j have unveiled their musical additions for this week, well and truly proving there’s something on offer for fans of all genres thanks to music from Hatchie, DZ Deathrays, and more.

This week’s additions to the triple j playlist sees Brisbane’s Hatchie scoring the feature album with Keepsake, ahead of its official release on Friday, June 21st.

Her debut album, Keepsake is the follow-up to Hatchie’s Sugar & Spice EP from 2018, with triple j describing the record as “exploring everything from industrial to new wave to dance-pop, each song is teaming with understated elegance and powerful delivery.”

Meanwhile, listeners will also be scoring some new tunes from the likes of Skepta, Sløtface, Winston Surfshirt, Montaigne, and Flume, with the latter’s London Grammar-featuring ‘Let You Know’ being released last week.

Meanwhile, DZ Deathrays’ ‘IN-TO-IT’ also enters rotation, as does ‘My Cheating Heart’ by Love Fame Tragedy – the altar ego of Murph from The Wombats.

Lastly, the likes of Carla Geneve, half•alive, Hoodzy, Joji, and Tyne-James Organ also score spots this week, with listeners set to receive a veritable mix of stunning tunes over the next week.

Check out the full list below, along with a tune from this week’s feature album artist.

Check out ‘Without A Blush’ by Hatchie:

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triple j Playlist Additions: w/c June 17th

Feature album:

Hatchie – Keepsake [Ivy League/Mushroom]

Adds:

Skepta – ‘Ignorance Is Bliss’ [Boy Better Know/Sony]
AUGUST 08 – ‘Simple Pleasures’ [Red Bull Records/Warner]
CamelPhat – ‘Be Someone {Ft. Jake Bugg}’ [Sony]
DZ Deathrays – ‘IN-TO-IT’ [IOHYOU/Mushroom]
Flume – ‘Let You Know {Ft. London Grammar}’ [Future Classic]
Love Fame Tragedy – ‘My Cheating Heart’ [Good Soldier Songs/AWAL Recordings]
Montaigne – ‘Ready’ [Wonderlick/Sony]
Sløtface – ‘Telepathetic’ [Caroline]
Winston Surfshirt – ‘Make A Move’ [Sweat It Out]

Spots:

Carla Geneve – ‘Things Change’ [Dot Dash/Remote Control]
half•alive – ‘RUNAWAY’ [Sony]
Hoodzy – ‘Nightmare’ [triplejunearthed.com]
Joji – ‘Sanctuary’ [88rising]
Tyne-James Organ – ‘Something New’ [Dew Process]