NME Awards 2013: tutte le nomination, Rolling Stone, Kasabian, Blur, Florence Welch, The Black Keys, The Killers, Alt-J e tanti altri

Nominalizarile-NME-Awards-2013NME Awards 2013, i premi per la musica conferiti annualmente dalla rivista musicale NME. La prima cerimonia di premiazione si tenne nel 1953, tanto tempo fa. Quella di quest’anno si terrà a Londra, Mercoledì 27 febbraio e sarà caratterizzata dai concerti di: The Cribs, Delphic, Everything Everything, Hurts, Tribes, Dinosaur Jr, Gabriel Bruce, Toy, Kodaline, Doldrums, Savages, Tim Burgess, Fiction, Fidlar and Jagwar Ma. I Rolling Stone sono candidati in ben 4 categorie, ci sono poi i nostri adorati Kasabian tra i papabili Best British Band, e i Foo Fighters tra Best International Band; si cerca il miglior film “musicale”, tra cui spicca il Celebration Day dei Led Zeppelin, e noi votiamo come Best Re-Issue i Blur, con 21, e come Best Solo Artist Florence Welch. Presenti anche Nomination legate anche ai best Twitter, e best Book, tra i quali Neil Young, Waging Heavy Peace. Leggete l’intero elenco di seguito, non farete che ammettere quanto merita, e quanta bella musica ci regala, il mondo musicale britannico (se volete votare, andate QUI).

NME Awards 2013 nomination:

Best British Band
Arctic Monkeys
Kasabian
The Vaccines
Biffy Clyro
The Maccabees
The Cribs

Best Album
Frank Ocean, ‘Channel Orange’
Jake Bugg, ‘Jake Bugg’
The Maccabees, ‘Given To The Wild’
Alt-J, ‘An Awesome Wave’
The Vaccines, ‘Come Of Age’
Tame Impala, ‘Lonerism’

Best International Band
The Killers
Tame Impala
The Black Keys
Odd Future
Crystal Castles
Foo Fighters

Best Track
Arctic Monkeys, ‘R U Mine?’
Haim, ‘Don’t Save Me’
MIA, ‘Bad Girls’
Foals, ‘Inhaler’
Palma Violets, ‘Best Of Friends’
Tame Impala, ‘Elephant’

Best Music Film
Searching For Sugar Man
LCD Soundsystem: ‘Shut Up And Play The Hits’
Hit So Hard : The Life & Near Death Story of Patty Schemel
Marley
The Rolling Stones: ‘Crossfire Hurricane’
Led Zeppelin: ‘Celebration Day’

Best Re-Issue
Manic Street Preachers, ‘Generation Terrorists’
Blur, ’21’
Prodigy, ‘The Fat Of The Land’
Interpol, ‘Turn On The Bright Lights’
Smashing Pumpkins, ‘Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness’
Ian Brown, ‘Collected’

Best Solo Artist
Jake Bugg
Noel Gallagher
Florence Welch
Miles Kane
Grimes
Paul Weller

Best New Band supported by Spotify
Alt-J
Peace
Palma Violets
Django Django
Alabama Shakes
Haim

Best Music Video
Grimes, ‘Oblivion’
MIA, ‘Bad Girls’
David Bowie, ‘Where Are We Now?’
Arctic Monkeys, ‘R U Mine?’
Haim, ‘Don’t Save Me’
Tame Impala, ‘Feels Like We Only Go Backwards’

Best Live Band
The Maccabees
The Cribs
Blur
Biffy Clyro
Foals
The Rolling Stones

Best Dancefloor Anthem
Mosca feating Katy B, ‘What You Came For’
Calvin Harris featuring Florence Welch, ‘Sweet Nothing’
Psy, ‘Gangnam Style’
MIA, ‘Bad Girls’
Kanye West/Jay-Z, ‘In Paris’
Solange, ‘Losing You’

Best Twitter
Muse (@muse)
Fred Macpherson, Spector (@fredmacpherson)
Theo Hutchcraft, Hurts (@theohurts)
Alana Haim, Haim (@babyhaim)
Wiley (@EskiDance)
MIA (@MIAuniverse)

Best Book
David Byrne, How Music Works
Neil Young, Waging Heavy Peace
Mike Skinner, The Story Of The Streets
Tim Burgess, Telling Stories
The Rolling Stones, 50
Peter Hook, Unknown Pleasures : Inside Joy Division

Music Moment Of The Year
David Bowie returns
The Stone Roses play Heaton Park
Olympics opening ceremony
The Rolling Stones play London’s O2 Arena
Green Day’s secret set at Reading Festival
Pussy Riot’s punk prayer

Hero Of The Year
David Bowie
Bradley Wiggins
Pussy Riot
Barack Obama
Frank Ocean
Dave Grohl

Villain Of The Year
David Cameron
Harry Styles
Skrillex
Psy
Fred Macpherson
Azealia Banks

Worst Band
One Direction
Muse
Mumford & Sons
Alt-J
Justin Bieber
Ed Sheeran