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BFM Music Awards - Vote for Wellington!!

BFM Music Awards - Vote for Wellington!!

Finalists announced today. Nice to see Welly's finest fully represented...

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Winners decided by public vote:

1. Best Music Video

The Black Seeds : 'Hey Son'
Che Fu : 'Fade Away'
The D4 : 'Exit To The City'
Deceptikonz : 'Fallen Angels'
P-Money & Scribe : 'Scribe 2001'
Trinityroots : 'Little Things'

2. Best Live Act

The Black Seeds
Che Fu & The Krates
The D4
Fat Freddys Drop
Salmonella Dub

3. Most Promising New Act

DJ Logikal
Dubious Bros

4. Best Downbeat Release

The Black Seeds : 'Keep On Pushing'
International Observer : 'Seen'
The Nomad : 'Level Three'
Sola Rosa : 'Solarized'
Trintyroots : 'True'
Various : 'Sideways Too'

5. Best Hip Hop Release

Deceptikonz : 'Elimination'
Footsouljahs : 'Stylz Deliveriez Flowz' (EP)
P-Money : 'Big Things'
Sheelahroc : 'If I Gave You The Mic' (single)
Various : 'Major Aotearoa Flavours' (bonus disc)

6. Best Electronic Release

Dooblong Tongdra : 'Discontinued'
Epsilon-blue : 'We Have A Responsibility To Our Shareholders'
House Of Downtown : 'Release'
Pitch Black : 'Electric Earth & Other Elements'
Rhian Sheehan : 'Paradigm Shift'
Shapeshifter : 'Real Time'

7. Best NZ Remix

Manuel Bundy/Che-Fu : 'Misty Frequencies'
Downtown Brown/Pitch Black : 'Unadrumma'
Jagwah/Salmonella Dub : 'Eastside Roller'
Jet Jaguar/The Black Seeds : 'Almost Home'
Phully/Del Rey System : 'You Say'
Troughman/Che-Fu : 'Random'

8. Best Pop/Rock Release

Betchadupa : 'The Alphabetchadupa'
The D4 : '6Twenty'
Ghost Club : 'Ghostclubbing'
Jakob : 'Subsets Of Sets'
Mestar : 'Porcupine'
Pan Am : 'New Concepts In Sound Recording' (EP)
Pluto : 'Red Light Syndrome'

9. Best Compilation

'Earwork 03' (Capitalrecordings)
'Introducing Arch Hill' (Arch Hill)
'Major Aotearoa Flavours' (bonus disc) (Universal)
'Sideways Too' (Round Trip Mars)
'Under The Influence' (Flying Nun)
'Welcome To...' (huh!)

10. Best Unreleased Song

The Goods : 'Love You Baby'
Insomniacs : 'Hey Kids'
Katchafire : 'Giddy Up'
Paselode : 'Uppin' The Ante'
The Phoenix Foundation : 'The Drinker'
Xanadu : 'Neon Nebula'

11. Best Song

Joe Dukie & DJ Fitchie : 'Midnight Marauders'
P-Money ft 4 Corners & Scribe : 'Synchronize Thoughts'
Salmonella Dub : 'Tha Bromley East Roller'
Scribe & Ali : 'Too Late (Early mix)'
Shapeshifter : 'Tapestry'
Voom : 'King Kong'

12. Best Album

The Black Seeds : 'Keep On Pushing'
Che Fu : 'The Navigator'
The D4 : '6Twenty'
P-Money : 'Big Things'
Salmonella Dub : 'Inside The Dub Plates'
Shapeshifter : 'Real Time'

Voted by judging Panel:

13. International Achievement

Concord Dawn
The D4
The Datsuns
Salmonella Dub

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