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Wed 19th Sep
Vodafone Live Music Awards
@ Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London
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Vodafone Live Music Awards: Kate Nash + Manic Street Preachers + Calvin Harris + Athlete + The Enemy
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. His gold-selling debut album, I Created Disco, was released in 2007 and contained the top-ten singles "Acceptable in the 80s" and "The Girls". His second studio album, Ready for the Weekend (2009), reached number one on the UK Album Chart and includes the chart-topper "I'm Not Alone", the UK top-five hit "Ready for the Weekend", and the singles "Flashback" and "You Used to Hold Me".
Harris holds the record for the most UK top 10 hits from a studio album with nine top 10 hits.
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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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From seemingly nowhere, in 2006 three very young musicians from Coventry emerged calling themselves The Enemy. Greeting the music scene with contempt and a two fingered salute to the trend setting elite, the band's competence to deliver stunning live performances has seen them share a stage with some of the biggest and greatest acts in the world including The Rolling Stones, The Sex Pistols, Oasis, The Manic Street Preachers, Ash, Paul Weller and the mighty Bon Jovi, spanning venues from their local Saturday sports club Folly Lane Football Club, where they performed one of their first ever gigs, to five performances at Wembley Stadium.
The Enemy have never really been in vogue, they've always been the underdog, until their debut album crashed into the the UK top 40 at Number 1 and went on to go double Platinum, becoming the soundtrack for a new disaffected generation. Fast forward eight years and The Enemy have matured, humbled and ripened into something far more complete and purposeful and become a well established act. Three albums, all top ten, over a million records sold and a plethora of singles which rivals most of their contemporaries troubling the UK top 10 on several occasions.
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