Full List Of Aria Award Winners For 2018

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Last night was Australian music's biggest night of the year. The ARIAS! 

We saw Aussie legend Kasey Chambers inducted into the Aria hall of fame and global superstar Rita Ora perform here latest hit "Let You Love Me". But it was our very own Amy Shark who stole the show taking out the biggest award of the night "Album Of The Year"

Here's a full list of all 2018 Aria award winners

Album Of The Year

  • Amy Shark — Love Monster
  • Courtney Barnett — Tell Me How You Really Feel
  • Gurrumul — Djarimirri (Child Of The Rainbow)
  • Pnau — Changa
  • Troye Sivan — Bloom

Song Of The Year

  • 5 Seconds Of Summer — Youngblood
  • Amy Shark — I Said Hi
  • Angus & Julia Stone — Chateau
  • Conrad Sewell — Healing Hands
  • Dean Lewis — Be Alright
  • Peking Duk — Fire/Reprisal
  • Pnau — Go Bang
  • Sheppard — Coming Home
  • Troye Sivan — My My My!
  • Vance Joy — Lay It On Me

Best Male Artist

  • Dan Sultan — Killer Under A Blood Moon
  • Dean Lewis — Be Alright
  • Gurrumul — Djarimirri (Child Of The Rainbow)
  • Troye Sivan — Bloom
  • Vance Joy — Nation Of Two

Best Female Artist

  • Alison Wonderland — Awake
  • Amy Shark — Love Monster
  • Courtney Barnett — Tell Me How You Really Feel
  • Sia — Flames
  • Tash Sultana — Flow State

Best Dance Release

  • Alison Wonderland — Awake
  • Fisher — Losing It
  • Peking Duk — Fire
  • Pnau — Go Bang
  • RUFUS DU SOL — No Place

Best Group

  • 5 Seconds Of Summer — Youngblood
  • DMA's — For Now
  • Peking Duk — Fire
  • Pnau — Go Bang
  • RUFUS DU SOL — No Place

Breakthrough Artist

  • Alex Lahey — I Love You Like A Brother
  • Jack River — Sugar Mountain
  • Mojo Juju — Native Tongue
  • Odette — To A Stranger
  • Ruel — Dazed & Confused

Best Pop Release

  • 5 Seconds Of Summer — Youngblood
  • Amy Shark — Love Monster
  • Dean Lewis — Be Alright
  • Jack River — Sugar Mountain
  • Troye Sivan — Bloom

Best Urban Album

  • 360 — Vintage Modern
  • Esoterik — My Astral Plane
  • Hilltop Hoods — Clark Griswold
  • Kerser — Engraved In The Game
  • Mojo Juju — Native Tongue

Best Independent Release

  • Angus & Julia Stone — Snow
  • Courtney Barnett — Tell Me How You Really Feel
  • DMA's — For Now
  • Gurrumul — Djarimirri (Child Of The Rainbow)
  • Pnau — Go Bang

Best Rock Album

  • Camp Cope — How To Socialise & Make Friends
  • Courtney Barnett — Tell Me How You Really Feel
  • DMA's — For Now
  • Luca Brasi — Stay
  • Middle Kids — Lost Friends

Best Adult Contemporary Album

  • Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile — Lotta Sea Lice
  • Dan Sultan — Killer Under A Blood Moon
  • Missy Higgins — Solastalgia
  • Odette — To A Stranger
  • Vance Joy — Nation Of Two

Best Country Album

  • Adam Eckersley & Brooke McClymont — Adam & Brooke
  • Fanny Lumsden — Real Class Act
  • Kasey Chambers & The Fireside Disciples — Campfire
  • The Wolfe Brothers — Country Heart
  • Travis Collins — Brave & The Broken

Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album

  • DZ Deathrays — Bloody Lovely
  • King Parrot — Ugly Produce
  • Parkway Drive — Reverence
  • Polaris — The Mortal Coil
  • West Thebarton — Different Beings Being Different

Best Blues & Roots Album

  • Angus & Julia Stone — Snow
  • Emily Wurramara — Milyakburra
  • Mama Kin Spender — Golden Magnetic
  • Ruby Boots — Don't Talk About It
  • Tash Sultana — Flow State

Best Original Soundtrack or Musical Theatre Cast Album

  • Evelyn Ida Morris — Acute Misfortune
  • Jessica Mauboy — The Secret Daughter Season Two
  • Jimmy Barnes — Working Class Boy: The Soundtrack

Best Children's Album

  • Justine Clarke — The Justine Clarke Show!
  • Lah-Lah — 10th Birthday Party
  • Sam Moran — Santa's Coming!
  • Teeny Tiny Stevies — Helpful Songs For Little People
  • The Wiggles — Wiggle Pop!

Best Australian Live Act

  • 5 Seconds Of Summer – Meet You There Tour
  • Amy Shark – Love Monster Tour
  • Client Liaison – Expo Liaison
  • Courtney Barnett – Tell Me How You Really Feel National Tour
  • Dean Lewis – 2017 National Tour
  • Gang Of Youths – 2017 National Tour
  • Paul Kelly – Life Is Fine Tour 2017
  • Peking Duk – The Wasted Tour
  • Pnau – Pnau Changa Australian Tour
  • Tash Sultana – Homecoming Tour