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2013 NME Awards: All the winners

2013-02-28 13:41
 
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London – The winners of the 2013 NME Awards were announced at The Troxy in East London on Wednesday night.

Leading the pack were rock veterans the Rolling Stones who were named best live band, and their documentary Crossfire Hurricane landed the best film prize.

Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine was another double winner for the night walking away with the best solo artist award and having her vocals on the track which was named best dancefloor anthem, Sweet Nothing by Calvin Harris.

Other winners included One Direction, who were named Worst Band and who's Harry Styles won the Villain of the Year award.

The full list of winners are as follow:

Godlike genius

Johnny Marr

Outstanding contribution award
The Cribs

Best British band
Biffy Clyro

Best album
Given To The Wild by Maccabees

Best international band
The Killers

Best track
Inhaler by Foals

Best TV show
Fresh Meat

Best music film
The Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane

Best re-issue
21 by Blur

Best solo artist
Florence Welch

Best new band
Palma Violets

Best music video
R U Mine? by Arctic Monkeys

Best festival
Reading & Leeds Festivals

Best live band
Rolling Stones

Best dancefloor anthem
Sweet Nothing by Calvin Harris featuring Florence Welch

Philip Hall radar award
Child Of Lov

Best Twitter
Alana Haim, Haim (@babyhaim)

Best book
Mike Skinner: The Story Of The Streets

Music moment of the year
Olympics opening ceremony

Hero of the year
Barack Obama

Villain of the year
Harry Styles

Best small festival
Festival No.6

Worst band
One Direction

Best fan community
Muse

Best film
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

- Channel24

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