The Philadelphia rockers stand alone as the week's sole international newcomers on the j's
A raft of locally bred artists and bands will join the triple j playlist next week as Philadelphia-based rock outfit Beach Slang are bestowed with Feature Album honours for their new long-player, the wordily titled The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us.
The internationals stand alone in the 'non-Australian' category making its way to triple j next week, however, with the station's full playlist additions and spot adds comprised entirely of Aussie acts from all walks.
This week, full additions are picked up by The Amity Affliction, Boo Seeka and Ecca Vandal to Illy, Just A Gent and Tkay Maidza, among others, while Clubfeet, Food Court, JAALA and Set Mo garner spot additions for their new cuts.
See below for the full spread of new material hitting the airwaves from Monday, and hear a sampling of what your radio will start to sound like from 23 November.
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Beach Slang - The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us (Cooking Vinyl)
The Amity Affliction - Shine On (UNFD/Warner)
Boo Seeka - Fool (Sureshaker)
Bootleg Rascal - Asleep In The Machine (Sureshaker)
Ecca Vandal - End Of Time (Dew Process)
Illy - Swear Jar (ONETWO/Warner)
Just A Gent - Heavy As A Heartbreak (feat. Lanks) (Universal)
Tkay Maidza - Ghost (Dew Process)
Verge Collection - Our Place
Clubfeet - We Are Affected (Illusive/Mushroom)
Food Court - For The Morning (triplejunearthed.com)
JAALA - Salt Shaker (Wondercore Island/Warner)
Set Mo - Chasing Forever (feat. Alphamama) (etcetc)