26/07/19

Awards season kicks off with nominations for six Transgressive artists!

We are very proud to announce that we've received nominations at this year's AIM Awards!

Julia Jacklin is up for Best [Difficult] Second Album, for her incredible sophomore album Crushing. Released in February, the record has seen Julia reach new heights. This week we released her cover of The Strokes' Someday, originally recorded for triple-J's Like A Version. Listen to her heartbreaking rendition of the indie classic here

Cosmo Sheldrake is up for Most Played New Independent Artist, after his track Come Along went viral on its inclusion in Apple's last campaign, and Arlo Parks is nominated for One To Watch! It's an exciting time to see where this most special artist is going...keep your eyes on this one.

You can also vote for Calpurnia and Two Door Cinema Club for Best Live Act now - vote closes 31 July, so make sure you get your votes in soon.

We can now also share the massive news that Foals are up for the 2019 Mercury Prize for their incredible album, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost: Part 1. After previous Mercury nominations for Holy Fire and Total Life Forever, we are thrilled to see that one of the most important bands of our generation continue to get the recognition their creative output warrants. 

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