The TV ratings were a shocker, but the ARIA Awards still managed to breathe new chart life into recordings from performers and winners on the night.

After taking out two of the big trophies at the Nov. 7 industry gala, Angus & Julia Stone have enjoyed spikes on the newly published ARIA sales charts. The sibling duo's album of the year-winning sophomore set "Down The Way" (Capitol/EMI) rises 10-5 on the ARIA albums chart, published Sunday (Nov. 14). The Stones' "Big Jet Plane" flies to a new peak of No. 21, a week after they performed the hit and won for single of the year.

After winning best female honors and delivering one of the night's striking performances, Washington's gold-certified (35,000 units) "I Believe You Liar" rises 35-13 on this week's ARIA albums chart.

Another winner and performer on the night, Sia, enjoys a 39-18 rise on the album chart with "We Are Born" (Monkey Puzzle/Inertia), which grabbed the ARIA for best independent release. Sia's ARIAs performance of "Clap Your Hands" helped the song rise from No. 26 to secure a new chart high of No. 17, while "I Go To Sleep" arrives at No. 32 on the ARIA Singles Chart.

The John Butler Trio's one-time chart-topping album "April Uprising" (Jarrah/MGM) improves 31-21 on the chart, a week after the act performed the song "Revolution."

Also experiencing a boost after their ARIA Awards performances is the Perth-based alternative rock group Birds Of Tokyo, whose self-titled EMI album rises 20-15 and the single "Plans" improves 20-13.

Indigenous pop star Jessica Mauboy had a tough night at the ARIAs, where she suffered the ignominy of fluffing her lines on national TV. It seems her fans have forgiven her quickly. Her third chart album "Get 'Em Girls" (Sony Music), arrives at No. 6 on a chart which is led by two debutants, Bon Jovi's greatest hits (Def/Universal) and Susan Boyle's "The Gift" (Syco/Sony).