triple j has issued a strong warning ahead of vote closing this Monday.
HQ has strongly suggested people vote now or else forego the right to argue an artist or track "shoulda been higher".
1.5 million votes have been received towards the Hottest 100 so far, which accounts for more votes received at this stage of the campaign than last year’s record breaking year. In 2017 2.2 million votes were cast in the poll which saw Flume running out at number one.
The time Muse pipped Silverchair by just 14 votes to make #1
If you’re one of the 69,000 people still struggling with your shortlists – your votes can still count and make a huge difference: there’s only a couple hundred votes separating some of the songs in the Top 5. In 2007 Muse pipped Silverchair by just 14 votes to reach #1.
Voting in the 2017 Hottest 100 poll closes 9am (AEDT) this Monday 22 January.