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Finalists for the 2003 New Zealand Music Awards


Finalists for the 2003 New Zealand Music Awards

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Pacifier - Pacifier The Datsuns - The Datsuns Goldenhorse - Riverhead Bic Runga – Beautiful Collision Nesian Mystik - Polysaturated

MONSTER VISION SINGLE OF THE YEAR

Che Fu - Misty Frequencies Bic Runga - Get Some Sleep Goodshirt - Sophie Anika Moa - Falling in Love Again Nesian Mystik - It’s On

EXPORT GOLD BEST GROUP

The Datsuns - The Datsuns Goodshirt - Sophie Nesian Mystik - Polysaturated

BEST SOLO ARTIST

Bic Runga - Beautiful Collision Anika Moa - Falling In Love Again Carly Binding - Alright With Me

BEST MALE VOCALIST

Jon Toogood (Pacifier) - Pacifier Che Fu - Misty Frequencies Te Awanui Pine Reeder (Nesian Mystik) - For the People

BEST FEMALE VOCALIST

Kirsten Morelle (Goldenhorse) - Riverhead Bic Runga - Beautiful Collision Anika Moa - Falling In Love Again

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XBOX / ZM BREAKTHROUGH ARTIST OF THE YEAR

The Datsuns - The Datsuns Goldenhorse - Riverhead Blindspott – Blindspott

SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR

Che Fu - Misty Frequencies Goodshirt - Sophie Nesian Mystik - It’s On

HIGHEST SELLING NZ ALBUM

Bic Runga - Beautiful Collision Nesian Mystik - Polysaturated Che Fu - Navigator

HIGHEST SELLING NZ SINGLE

K’Lee - Can You Feel Me Katchafire - Giddy Up Nesian Mystik - It’s On

BEST URBAN ALBUM

P Money - Big Things Nesian Mystik - Polysaturated Deceptikonz - Elimination

RED BULL BEST DANCE ALBUM

Rhombus - Bass Player Salmonella Dub - Outside the Dubplates Subware - Subware

BEST ROOTS MUSIC ALBUM

Te Vaka - Nukukehe Trinity Roots Band - True Darren Watson - King Size

BEST JAZZ ALBUM

Twinset - It's a Summer Feeling Kevin Clark - Once Upon a Song I Flew Matt Penman - The Unquiet

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BEST CLASSICAL ALBUM

New Zealand String Quartet - Beethoven Rasumovsky Quartets Opus 59 Nos 2 and 3 New Zealand Symphony Orchestra - Douglas Lilburn the Three Symphonies New Zealand Symphony Orchestra - Simon Boccanegra - Guiseppe Verdi

BEST MANA REO ALBUM

Hareruia Aperahama - Waiata of Bob Marley Vol 2 Ngahiwi Apanui - E Tau Nei Adam Whauwhau - He Hua O Roto

BEST MANA MAORI ALBUM

Soul Paua - Pohewa Upper Hutt Posse - Te Reo Maori Remixes Mahinarangi Tocker - Hei Ha Brother J - Be Bop a Nui

BEST PACIFIC ISLAND ALBUM

Pacific Soul - Pacific Soul Jamoa Jam - Tama Mai Le Pasifika Lapi Mariner - Just Me

OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT

One finalist only - to be announced on the night

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