2019 Heaps Good 50

After more than 1,300 public votes, we counted down the Top 50 South Australian artists for 2019 on December 26.

If you want to know which Adelaide bands and solo artists to look out for in 2020, you've come to the right place.

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#50 - The Smocks

#49 - No No No No No

#48 - Sons Of Zoku

#47 - Katie Pomery

#46 - Cat Lucky

#45 - Homeward Bound

#44 - Planetself

#43 - Glowing

#42 - Ron The Ox

#41 - China Roses

#40 - Stefan Rossi

#39 - DyspOra

#38 - Elsy Wameyo

#37 - Venice Queens

#36 - The Public Holiday

#35 - Fyre Byrd

#34 - Bermuda Bay

#33 - Argus & The Liar

#32 - The Hard Aches

#31 - Adrian Eagle

#30 - Dead Roo

#29 - We Move Like Giants

#28 - Donnarumma

#27 - Madura Green

#26 - Agapanther

#25 - Young Offenders

#24 - Neon Tetra

#23 - Hey Harriett

#22 - Dress Code

#21 - Lost Woods

#20 - Paradise Club

#19 - Stellie

#18 - Wanderers

#17 - Sleep Talk

#16 - Hilltop Hoods

#15 - Bec Stevens

#14 - The Montreals

#13 - Hydromedusa

#12 - Oscar The Wild

#11 - Pinkish Blu

#10 - Alana Jagt

#9 - Jess Day

#8 - West Thebarton

#7 - Bad//Dreems

#6 - Lonelyspeck

#5 - George Alice

#4 - Horror My Friend

#3 - Electric Fields

#2 - Towns

#1 - Teenage Joans