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Wed 19th Sep
Vodafone Live Music Awards
@ Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London
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With her first two albums, 2007's Made of Bricks and 2010's My Best Friend Is You, Kate Nash found both mainstream success and a legion of young female fans who snapped her up as their very own post-punk feminist icon. She was a MySpace phenomenon before she even had a record deal - such was the excitement about her debut album that Made of Bricks was released two months ahead of schedule and went straight to No. 1.
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Despite the much-publicised trials and tribulations they've gone through, James, Sean and Nicky remain the Kings of the Welsh music scene. Highly ideological, extremely patriotic and outrageously popular, having produced classic indie/rock cross-overs such as 'A Design For Life', 'You Love Us' and 'Motorcycle Emptiness'. Music with a message from a trio who've earnt the right to sing it.
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Deep electro disco from Scottish one-man studio Calvin Harris. With support slots for Faithless and production deals for Kylie under his belt, Calvin Harris is this year's 'one to watch'.
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The South London foursome is comprised of childhood friends Carey Willets (bass), Joel Pott (guitar), Steve Roberts (drums), and Tim Wanstall (keyboards), with Jonny Pilcher of Weevil as a live guitarist. Formed in 2000, the band to date have released three albums and had five top 40 singles. Their second album 'Tourist' reached the top spot in the UK album charts in February 2005, while Beyond The Neighbourhood debuted in 2007 at #5. Often compared with Pavement and The Beta Band, Athlete have grown to become one of Britain's most influential young groups.
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Coventry trio The Enemy have been kicking up a storm with their anthemic rock, with a sound somewhat reminiscent of Kasabian or perhaps The Jam. Born out of sessions messing about in their bedrooms, the band were cult heroes before they were even signed. They made their breakthrough on NME's coveted Rock 'N' Roll Riot Tour, and are now appearing on the bill with legends like Oasis, as well as headlining their own high-profile shows.
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