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Tones And I, Crowded House Among Winners at 2024 Rolling Stone Australia Awards

Tones And I, Dom Dolla, Peach PRC and the Teskey Brothers were among the winners Tuesday night (March 26) at the 2024 Shure Rolling Stone Australia Awards, while Crowded House snagged the second-ever “icon” honor.


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Formed out of the embers of New Zealand alternative-rock favorites Split Enz, Crowded House are members of the ARIA Hall of Fame, inducted back in 2016 in recognition of a career which has yielded more than 15 million album sales, 13 ARIA Awards, a BRIT Award, and an MTV VMA.

Frontman Neil Finn was on hand to collect the RS award and perform an acoustic mini set. “Thank you Rolling Stone for making us into an icon,” he told the 800 guests gathered at The Ivy in central Sydney. “I’m not sure what that truly means, but I think it means you need to go to Mecca and buy some makeup, so I’ve done that. I’d like to thank all the band members of Crowded House, so I’m representing for them, they send their love. For everybody, thank you so much for honoring us in this fashion.”

The Kiwi bandleader gave the industry audience a taste of things to come when he slung the guitar for a preview of Gravity Stairs, the eighth and latest Crowded House album, due out May 31 through BMG.

Tones And I can’t stop winning. The one-time busker recently notched three billion streams on Spotify for “Dance Monkey,” becoming the first solo female artist to hit that milestone, and she opened for Pink on the record-smashing 20-stadium Summer Carnival tour of Australia, a jaunt that shifted more than 900,000 tickets, according to Live Nation.

On Tuesday, Tones beat out the likes of Tame Impala, Kylie Minogue and Troye Sivan to score the global award, a category voted on by Rolling Stone’s international editorial teams.

“Wow,” enthused Tones (real name Toni Watson), “this is an incredible award to win, up against such an icon in Kylie Minogue who helped pave the way for women in pop music on a global scale.”

Adelaide singer-songwriter Peach PRC won best single with “Perfect For You,” Rolling Stone Australia cover stars the Teskey Brothers took home best record with their ARIA Chart No. 1 The Winding Way, and EDM star Dom Dolla snagged best new artist.

Performers on the night included Angus & Julia Stone, who are readying the release of their sixth studio album Cape Forestier on May 10, through BMG.

Rolling Stone AU/NZ is published by The Brag Media, part of The Vinyl Group. “We are continually inspired by Australian artists, their stories, and their music, and we are so proud to support them with such a special night dedicated to celebrating their art,” comments editor-in-chief Poppy Reid.

The fourth annual awards welcomed multiple new and returning sponsors this year, with headline partner Shure back for 2024, alongside American Apparel, JMC Academy and Largo Brewing.

2024 Shure Rolling Stone Australia Awards Winners:

Rolling Stone Icon Award

Crowded House (WINNER)

Best Single

Peach PRC – “Perfect For You” (WINNER)
Dom Dolla ft. MK – “Rhyme Dust”
Budjerah – “Therapy”
Amy Shark – “Can I Shower At Yours”
Fisher ft Kita Alexander – “Atmosphere”
Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers – “I Used to be Fun”
Lime Cordiale – “Colin”
Tkay Maidza ft. Flume – “Silent Assassin”

Best New Artist

Dom Dolla – (WINNER)
Royel Otis
Oliver Cronin
The Rions
Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers
Old Mervs

Best Record

The Teskey Brothers – The Winding Way (WINNER)
Teenage Dads – Midnight Driving
The Amity Affliction – Not Without My Ghosts
Troye Sivan – Something to Give Each Other
Brad Cox – Acres
Dope Lemon – Kimosabè
Peach PRC – Manic Dream Pixie

Rolling Stone Global Award

Tones And I – (WINNER)
Kylie Minogue
Troye Sivan
The Teskey Brothers
Dom Dolla
Tame Impala

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