Singer-songwriter Chet Faker and Brisbane band Sheppard have made it a rare Australian double at top of the ARIA albums and singles charts this week, one of the strongest in recent memory for local artists.
Faker's Built on Glass debuted as the No.1 album. He is one of five Australian artists occupying the top six positions, along with INXS, born-again bluesman Russell Morris, The Voice winner Harrison Craig and rocker Dan Sultan.
Sheppard's hit Geronimo retains its hold as the nation's top single, one place ahead of another local act, Sia with Chandelier.
Built on Glass is Faker's first album and it ends INXS' seven-week run with their compilation The Very Best falling to No.2.
The Frozen soundtrack is at No.3 for a fourth straight week, while Aussie music legend Morris scores his second consecutive top 10 album (and highest place) with his blues-infused Van Diemen's Land at No.4. His comeback album Sharkmouth peaked at No.6 last year.
Craig debuts at No.5 with his second album L.O.V.E. while Sultan slips two places to No.6 with Blackbird.
Also down two places are Pharrell Williams' G I R L and Katy Perry's Prism to No.7 and No.8 respectively. The final local act within the top 10 is John Butler Trio at No.9 with Flesh & Blood, which rises a place thanks to their current national tour. Swedish supergroup ABBA is up three places to a new peak of No.10 with their collection ABBA Gold & More (Anniversary Edition).
The singles chart also features plenty of Australians apart from Sheppard and Sia. Peking Duk's High is at No.4, Jessica Mauboy's Never Be The Same is at No.6 (up 11 places) and Sydney boy band 5 Seconds of Summer's She Looks So Perfect slips two places to No.9.
Mauboy is in Denmark preparing to sing in front of tens of millions of viewers during the Eurovision song contest, while 5SOS is about to embark on a national tour weeks after topping the Australian and UK charts and reaching No.2 in the US.
Meanwhile, Pharrell's Happy falls from last week's No.2 to No.3 on the singles chart, Calvin Harris' Summer rises two places to No.4 and Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne's Rather Be tumbles four places to No.7.
The week's new entries are Zendaya's Replay at No.8 and DVBBS featuring Borgeous & Tinie Tempah with Tsunami (Jump) at No.10.
Australian singles chart
1. (1) Geronimo - Sheppard (MGM)
2. (4) Chandelier - Sia (INE)
3. (2) Happy - Pharrell Williams (COL/SME)
4. (6) Summer - Calvin Harris (COL/SME)
5. (5) High - Peking Duk Feat. Nicole Millar (UMA)
6. (17) Never Be the Same - Jessica Mauboy (SME)
7. (3) Rather Be - Clean Bandit Feat. Jess Glynne (ATL/WAR)
8. (11) Replay - Replay (HWR/UMA)
9. (7) She Looks So Perfect - 5 Seconds Of Summer (CAP/EMI)
10. (13) Tsunami (Jump) - DVBBS Feat. Borgeous & Tinie Tempah (MOS/UMA)
Australian albums chart
1. (NEW) Built on Glass - Chet Faker (FCL/WAR)
2. (1) The Very Best - INXS (PET/UMA)
3. (3) Frozen - Soundtrack (WALT/UMA)
4. (NEW) Van Diemen's Land - Russell Morris (AMB/EMI)
5. (NEW) L.O.V.E. - Harrison Craig (MER/UMA)
6. (4) Blackbird - Dan Sultan (LIB/UMA)
7. (5) G I R L - Pharrell Williams (COL/SME)
8. (6) Prism - Katy Perry (CAP/EMI)
9. (10) Flesh & Blood - The John Butler Trio (JAR/MGM)
10. (13) ABBA Gold & More (Anniversary Edition) - ABBA (UNI/UMA)
Australian streaming chart
1. (1) Rather Be - Clean Bandit Feat. Jess Glynne (WAR)
2. (2) Happy - Pharrell Williams (SME)
3. (3) Magic - Coldplay (WAR)
4. (5) Summer - Calvin Harris (COL/SME)
5. (4) High - Peking Duk Feat. Nicole Millar (UMA)
6. (6) #Selfie - The Chainsmokers (UNI/UMA)
7. (7) All of Me - John Legend (SME)
8. (30) Talk Is Cheap - Chet Faker (FCL/IND)
9. (8) Dark Horse - Katy Perry Feat. Juicy J (EMI)
10. (9) Riptide - Vance Joy (UMA)