The Age Music Victoria Genre Award Nominees Announced
Patrick Donovan, CEO of Music Victoria, Noise11, Photo

Patrick Donovan, CEO of Music Victoria

The Age Music Victoria Genre Award Nominees Announced

by Paul Cashmere on October 7, 2014

in News,Noise Pro

The Age Music Victoria will acknowledge the best music produced in Victoria in the past year with The Age Music Victoria Awards to be held on Wednesday, November 19.

Prior to that nominees for the general awards will be announced on Thursday, October 16 and winners of the Genre Awards will be revealed.

“Last year’s Age Music Victoria Genre Awards highlighted the wonderful breadth of musical talent in Melbourne and throughout our regional areas. It’s fantastic these names are being held up as the best in their field,” said Martin Boulton, Editor of the Shortlist at The Age.

Victoria is considered the centrepiece of live music in Australia and Melbourne the live music capital of the country. “Victoria is a melting pot of musical styles. The Age Music Victoria Genre Awards were established in 2014 with expert peer voting panels to recognise the most outstanding practitioners in each genre. Congratulations to all the nominees – we look forward to seeing the winners crowned on the 16th of October,” said Music Victoria CEO, Patrick Donovan.

The Age Music Victoria Music Awards will also honour Melbourne music icons Daddy Cool by inducting the band into The Age Music Victoria Hall of Fame.

THE AGE MUSIC VICTORIA GENRE AWARDS 2014 – nominees

Best Blues Album – presented by Melbourne Blues Appreciation Society
Dreamboogie – Ain’t Nobody’s Business
Greg Dodd & The Hoodoo Men – 3am Blues Live
Ian Collard – Swamp, Stomp & Boogie
Kerri Simpson – 4am
Shaun Kirk – Steer The Wheel

Best Country Album – presented by Out On The Weekend
Eaten By Dogs – Eaten By Dogs
Lachlan Bryan & The Wildes – Black Coffee
T-Bones – A Long Time Coming
Tracy McNeil – Nobody Ever Leaves
Wagons – Acid Rain & Sugar Cane

Best Soul, Funk, R’n’B and Gospel Album – presented by Plakkit
Chelsea Wilson – I Hope You’ll Be Very Unhappy Without Me
Cookin’ on 3 Burners – Blind Bet
Oscar Key Sung – Holograms
Saskwatch – Nose Dive
The Bamboos – Fever In The Road

Best Jazz Album – presented by Dixons Creek Estate
Andrea Keller Quartet with Strings – Wave Rider
Anton Delecca Quartet – The Healer
Black Jesus Experience – Migration
Julien Wilson Trio – Swailing
Tilman Robinson – Network of Lines

Best Hip Hop Album – presented by PBS
Briggs – Shep Life
Geko – Real Heads Don’t Listen
L-Fresh the Lion – One
Remi – Raw x Infinity
Tornts – Street Visions

Best Electronic Act – presented by Select AV
Andras Fox
Chet Faker
Client Liaison
Dizz1
Will Sparks

Best Heavy Album – presented by Sailor Jerry
Ausmuteants – Amusements
Ceres – I Don’t Want To Be Anywhere But Here
Closure In Moscow – Pink Lemonade
Iron Mind – Iron Mind
The Bennies – Rainbows In Space

Best Indigenous Act – presented by Songlines
Deline Briscoe
Kutcha Edwards
Philly
Skin Choir
The Deans

Best Global or Reggae Album – presented by Crumpler
Black Jesus Experience – Migration
Coloured Stone – Dance To the Sun
Tek Tek Ensemble – Terror in the Jungle
The Bombay Royale – The Island of Dr Electrico
The Chosen Ones – Self Titled

Best Folk Roots Album – presented by White Sky
Charles Jenkins – Too Much Water In The Boat
Laura Jean – Laura Jean
Oh Pep – II
Tobias Hengeveld – Fools Rush In
Tracy McNeil – Nobody Ever Leaves

Best Experimental/Avant-Garde Act – presented by Implant Media
Evelyn Morris
Joel Stern
Nik Kennedy
Ren Walters
Rosalind Hall

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