Northern Ireland Music Awards Winners
Find out who won what at the inaugural ceremony
The inaugural Northern Ireland Music Awards rocked the Ulster Hall in Belfast this week, one of the main attractions of the 2011 Belfast Music Week.
Organised by AU Magazine and the Oh Yeah Music Centre, the awards celebrated the current crop of Northern Irish artists shifting units and making waves.
On the night there were live performances from the Japanese Popstars, General Fiasco, And So I Watch You From Afar, Cashier No.9 and Stiff Little Fingers – who also collected the Oh Yeah Legends award.
The award for best band went to Two Door Cinema Club, who have really made a mark internationally this year following the release of their debut album, Tourist History, in March 2010. Best album went to Cashier No.9 for To The Death of Fun, whilst emerging rockers The Wonder Villans scooped the Oh Yeah Contenders award.
For those who couldn't make it down to the Ulster Hall, below is the full list of winners. Our congratulations to all who were nominated.
Best Band: Two Door Cinema Club
Best Song: General Fiasco – The Age That You Start Losing Friends
Best Album: Cashier No.9 – To The Death Of Fun
Best Video: Cashier No.9 – Lost At Sea
Best Live Act: And So I Watch You From Afar
Best Electronic Artist: Space Dimension Controller
Best Solo Artist: Robyn G Shiels
Best Festival: Glasgowbury
Oh Yeah Contenders: The Wonder Villains
Oh Yeah Legends: Stiff Little Fingers