Arctic Monkeys picked up the Independent Album Of The Year prize thanks to the 2013 LP ‘AM‘ while their label Domino won Independent Label Of The Year at last night’s AIM Awards.
The great British festival.
A right of passage if ever there was one. Music. Music and beer (copious amounts thereof, this is Yorkshire after all). Music and food (patchy quality and only two groups: meat and carbs, this is Yorkshire after all).
Music and friends (or just speaking to anyone who will listen, this is Yorkshire after all). Music and rain (well this is Yorkshire after all). And most importantly music and mud (again, this is Yorkshire after all).
Day after day of music and mud; the very essence of a British summer. After a while it becomes almost impossible to shake the feeling that you are constantly downhill from dysentery.
Full concert presented by BBC Three.
The nominations for the fourth annual AIM Independent Music Awards have been revealed, with Arctic Monkeys and London Grammar looking set to dominate the ceremony when it takes place at The Brewery in London on September 2nd.
The Black Keys, Arctic Monkeys, Imagine Dragons, Linkin Park and Lorde will battle it out for the Best Rock Video prize at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards after the nominations were announced yesterday (July 17th).
Arctic Monkeys brought the curtain down on the 2014 edition of T In The Park yesterday (July 13th), and on the festival’s long stay at Balado.
When the Arctic Monkeys ventured out to the Californian desert in 2009 and settled down with producer Josh Homme to work on their third studio album, many believe it began a flirtation with alternative American rock, classic British metal and smatterings of old school rap which eventually led to the runaway success of last year’s ‘AM‘.
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