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b-Net NZ Music Awards 2001 Nominees Announced

1. Rip It Up Award For Best Cover Art

Betchadupa "The 3D EP"
Concord Dawn "Disturbance"
Dimmer "I Believe You Are A Star"
Nathan Haines "Sound Travels"
High Dependency Unit "Fire Works"
King Kapisi "Savage Thoughts"

2. PlayStation2 Award for Best Music Video

Dimmer "Seed"
DLT "I¹m Your MC"
King Kapisi "Screems From da Old Plantation"
Mestar "Secret Garden"
Salmonella Dub "Love Your Ways"

3. Media Design school Award For Best NZ Music Website

4. Safari Lounge Award For Best DJ

Manuel Bundy
Greg Churchill
Downtown Brown
Roger Perry

5. X Large NZ Award For Best Turntablist


6. Lion Red Award For Best Live Act

The Datsuns
High Dependency Unit
King Kapisi

7. Vodafone Award For Best Event

Big Day Out 2001
Clash Of The Codes
The Gathering 2001
Outdoor Styles Tour
Splore 2001

8. NZ Musician Magazine Award For Most Outstanding Musician

Shayne Carter (Dimmer)
Tristan Dingemans (HDU)
Toby Laing (The Black Seeds)
Brendan Moran (The Subliminals)
Dan Sperber (Relaxomatic Project)

9. University of Auckland Award For Best Vocalist

Shayne Carter (Dimmer)
Che Fu
King Kapisi
Demarnia Lloyd (Cloudboy)
Sandy Mill (SJD/The Roughness)

10. One Project Award For Best Downbeat Release

Confucius "In The Seventh House"
Max Maxwell "Continuous Play"
Pitch Black "Electronomicon"
S.J.D. "Lost Soul Music"
Various "Dub Combinations chpt 2"
Various "Sideways"

11. Huffer Award For Best Hip Hop Release

D.L.T. "Altruism"
King Kapisi "Savage Thoughts"
Various "Southside Story 2"

12. Mainline Music award For Best Electronic Release

Concord Dawn "Disturbance"
Confucius "In The Seventh House"
Kingsland Housing Project "Nobody But You" (single)
Pitch Black "Electronomicon"
Shapeshifter "DNA EP"
Various "The Gathering Compilation 3"

13. Burger Fuel Award For Best Rock Release

Betchadupa "The 3D EP"
Cassette "Emo" (EP)
Dimmer "I Believe You Are A Star"
The D4 "Ladies Man" (single)
High Dependency Unit "Fire Works"
The Subliminals "United State"

14. Hummer Award For Best Compilation

"Bride Of Brat"
"Dub Combinations chpt 2"
"The Gathering Compilation 3"
"Southside Story 2"

15. CocaCola Award For Best Unreleased Song

The Brunettes "Runway"
The Equalisers "Faustus Jones"
Goldenhorse "Golden Dawn"
Lotus "Slumber"
Phoenix Foundation "Loaf"
P-Money ft Scribe "Sunshine"

16. Sounds Music Stores Award For Best New Act

Phelps & Munro

17. ECM Music Award For Best Song

Dimmer "Seed"
D.L.T. "Can¹t Be Stopped"
King Kapisi "Screems From Da Old Plantation"
S.J.D. "Four Door"
The Subliminals "Uh-Oh"
TrinityRoots "Nothing To Be Loved"

18. Award For Best Independent Album

Concord Dawn "Disturbance"
Confucius "In The Seventh House"
Cloudboy "Down At The End Of The Garden"
Phase 5 "Spacebar"
The Relaxomatic Project "The Relaxomatic Project"
S.J.D. "Lost Soul Music"

19. TV2 Award For Best Album

Dimmer "I Believe You Are A Star"
D.L.T. "Altruism"
High Dependency Unit "Fire Works"
King Kapisi "Savage Thoughts"
The Subliminals "United State"

Voting starts next week at and selected outlets.

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