Arctic Monkeys dominate 2014's NME awards with five trophies
Arctic Monkeys have won five trophies at 2014's NME awards, including best British band and best album.
The Indie rock band had also recently received two trophies at the Brit Awards, the BBC reported.
Other winners of the night included, Scottish indie band Belle and Sebastian, who won the outstanding contribution to music award, Lily Allen was dubbed the best solo artist and Sir Paul McCartney collected a songwriting award.
While the 'Godlike Genius' award went to veteran US band Blondie, Haim were named the best international band.
NME Awards 2014 winners in full:
Godlike Genius - Blondie
Songwriters' Songwriter - Paul McCartney
Award For Innovation - Damon Albarn
Teenage Cancer Trust Outstanding Contribution to Music Award - Belle and Sebastian
Best British Band- Arctic Monkeys
Best International Band- Haim
Best Solo Artist - Lily Allen
Best New Band - Drenge
Best Live Band- Arctic Monkeys
Best Album - Arctic Monkeys, 'AM'
Best Track - Disclosure, 'White Noise'
Best Music Video - Eagulls, 'Nerve Endings'
Best Festival - Glastonbury
Best TV Show - 'Breaking Bad'
Best Music Film - 'Made Of Stone'
Philip Hall Radar Award- Fat White Family
Best Reissue - The Clash, 'Sound System'
Best Band Blog or Twitter - Alana Haim, Haim
Best Book - Morrissey, 'Autobiography'
Best Small Festival - Swn
Best Fan Community - Arctic Monkeys
Music Moment of The Year - Noel and Damon come together for Teenage Cancer Trust
Worst Band - The 1975
Hero of The Year - Alex Turner
Villain of The Year - Harry Styles
(Posted on 27-02-2014)
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