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ARIAS 2018 Amy Shark wins big

Last night, the Australian music industry came together to once again celebrate the ARIA Awards with Amy Shark being one of this year’s big winners, after the release of her album, Love Monster.

She took out Apple Music Album Of The Year Award, as well as ARIA Awards for Best Female Artist and Best Pop Release. This adds to her win earlier this year at the 2018 ARIA Awards Nominations Event when her single I Said Hi picked up the Producer Of The Year Award.

Gurrumul, was posthumously awarded ARIA Awards for Best Male Artist and Best Independent Release, also adding to his win earlier this year with the 2018 Nominations Event when he picked up Best World Music Album, and Best Cover Art for Caiti Baker’s work for Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow).

Pop band, 5 Seconds of Summer, won for Apple Music Song Of The Year, for their track Youngblood, and Best Group, as well as the public voted Best Australian Live Act.

Courtney Barnett‘s Tell Me How You Really Feel was awarded Best Rock Album, as well as Engineer Of The Year for Burke Reid’s work on the record.

Kasey Chambers was the recipient of the Best Country Album ARIA Award with The Fireside Disciples and was also inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame.

Other winners include, PNAU for Best Dance Release, Ruel for Breakthrough Artist, Hilltop Hoods for Best Urban Release, Vance Joy for Best Adult Contemporary Album, Parkway Drive for Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album and Tash Sultana for Best Blues & Roots Album.

Congratulations to all the winners of the 2018 ARIA Awards.

Check out the full list of nominees and winners at

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