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New Zealand Music Awards 2015 Winners

New Zealand Music Awards 2015 Winners

Friday 20th November, 2015 9:52AM

The annual New Zealand Music Awards were held last night at Auckland's Vector Arena with sibling duo Broods ruling the evening and taking home four Tuis. The prestigious event, which was hosted by Taika Waititi, also saw Marlon Williams have his hands full with awards for Best Male Solo Artist and Breakthrough Artist of the Year, while Unknown Mortal Orchestra picked up Best Alternative Album.


Here is the full list of last night's winners:

Highest Selling Single : Savage for 'Freaks'
Highest Selling Album: Sol3 Mio for Sol3 Mio
Radio Airplay Record Of The Year: Broods for Evergreen
Best Electronica Album: Electric Wire Hustle for Love Can Prevail
Best Pop Album: Broods
Best Classical Album: Michael Houstoun for Beethoven: Complete Piano Sonata
Best Group: Broods
Best Worship Album: LIFE Worship for Through The Fire
Best Rock Album: Shihad for FVEY
Best Urban / Hip Hop Album: Janine and The Mixtape for XX
Best Male Solo Artist: Marlon Williams
Best Female Solo Artist: Gin Wigmore
Best Maori Album: Ranea for Tihei Mauri Ora
Best Roots Album: Trinity Roots for Citizen
Best Alternative Album: Unknown Mortal Orchestra for Multi-Love
Breakthrough Artist of the Year: Marlon Williams
Best Music Video: Shahir Daud for Nigel Stanford and 'Cymatics'
People's Choice Award: Six60
International Achievement Award: Lorde
Lifetime Achievement Award: Savage
Single of the Year: Lorde for 'Yellow Flicker Beat'
NZ Herald Legacy Award: The Exponents
Album of the Year: Broods for Evergreen


Other Tuis presented at various events throughout the year:

Best Album Cover: Kelvin Soh for Evergreen by Broods
Best Producer: Sean Donnelly for Saint John Divine
Best Engineer: Lee Prebble and Oliver Harmer for Drylands by Mel Parsons
Best Pacific Music Album: Cydel for Memoirs of a Midnight Cowboy
Best Country Music Album: Tami Neilson for Dynamite!
Best Folk Album:Great North for Up In Smoke
Best Jazz Album: Dog for Dog
Best Children's Album: FleaBite for The Jungle is Jumping
Critics' Choice Prize: Bespin
 




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