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Entertainment ARIA Awards 2021: Full list of nominees and winners

08:41  24 november  2021
08:41  24 november  2021 Source:   celebrity.nine.com.au

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That's right, the ARIA Awards 2021 will be a digital show with viewers able to stream the ceremony live on YouTube and 9Now from wherever they are in the world.

However, while the show may be different, the talent is still as extraordinary as ever with the likes of Amy Shark and hip-hop newcomer Genesis Owusu leading the way with six nominations each. Hot on their heels is rising star Budjerah who raked in five nominations alongside industry heavyweights Midnight Oil, Tones and I and Vance Joy.

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In the meantime, here is a full list of all the nominees from this year's ARIA Awards.


Album Of The Year

Amy Shark — Cry Forever (Wonderlick Recording Company)

Genesis Owusu — Smiling with No Teeth (OURNESS / AWAL)

Midnight Oil & First Nations Collaborators — The Makarrata Project (Sony Music)

The Avalanches — We Will Always Love You (Modular / EMI Music Australia)

Tones and I — Welcome to the Madhouse (Bad Batch Records / Sony Music)

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Best Artist

Amy Shark — Cry Forever (Wonderlick Recording Company)

Budjerah — Budjerah (EP) (Warner Music Australia)

Genesis Owusu — Smiling with No Teeth (OURNESS / AWAL)

Keith Urban — The Speed Of Now Part 1 (CAPITOL – NASHVILLE / EMI Music Australia)

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Ngaiire — 3 (Dot Dash Recordings / Remote Control Records)

The Kid LAROI — Stay (with Justin Bieber) (Columbia/Sony Music)

Tones and I — Welcome to the Madhouse (Bad Batch Records / Sony Music)

Vance Joy — Missing Piece (Liberation Records/Mushroom Group)

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Michael Gudinski Breakthrough Artist

Budjerah — Budjerah EP (Warner Music Australia)

Gretta Ray — Begin To Look Around (EMI Music Australia)

Masked Wolf — Astronaut In The Ocean (Teamwrk Records/ADA/Warner Music)

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MAY-A — Don't Kiss Ur Friends (Arcadia Music / Sony Music)

Ngaiire — 3 (Dot Dash Recordings / Remote Control Records)


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Best Pop Release

Amy Shark — Cry Forever (Wonderlick Recording Company)

The Avalanches — We Will Always Love You (Modular / EMI Music Australia)

The Kid LAROI — Stay (with Justin Bieber) (Columbia/Sony Music)

Tones and I — Fly Away (Bad Batch Records / Sony Music)

Vance Joy — Missing Piece (Liberation Records/Mushroom Group)


Best Hip Hop Release Presented By Menulog

B Wise — jamie (Semi Pro Sound)

Genesis Owusu — Smiling with No Teeth (OURNESS / AWAL)

Masked Wolf — Astronaut In The Ocean (Teamwrk Records/ADA/Warner Music)

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The Kid LAROI — WITHOUT YOU (Columbia/Sony Music)

Youngn Lipz — Area Baby (Biordi Music/Virgin Music)


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Best Independent Release Presented by PPCA

Archie Roach — The Songs Of Charcoal Lane (Bloodlines/Mushroom)

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Ball Park Music — Ball Park Music (Prawn Records/ Inertia Music)

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Emma Donovan & The Putbacks — Crossover (Hopestreet Recordings/The Planet Company)

Genesis Owusu — Smiling with No Teeth (OURNESS / AWAL)

Vance Joy — Missing Piece (Liberation Records/Mushroom Group


Best Soul/R&B Release

Budjerah — Budjerah (EP) (Warner Music Australia)

Hiatus Kaiyote — Mood Valiant (Brainfeeder/Ninja Tune)

Ngaiire — 3 (Dot Dash Recordings / Remote Control Records)

Tash Sultana — Terra Firma (Lonely Lands Records/Sony Music

Tkay Maidza — Last Year Was Weird, Vol. 3 (Dew Process/Universal Music Australia)


Best Dance Release

Cosmo's Midnight — Yesteryear (Nite High/Sony Music)

Dom Dolla — Pump The Brakes (Sweat It Out/Warner)

Jolyon Petch — Dreams (TMRW Music)

KLP & Stace Cadet — People Happy (Medium Rare Recordings / Sony Music)

RÜFÜS DU SOL — Alive (Rose Avenue Records/Reprise/Warner Music)


Best Group

AC/DC — Power Up (Leidseplein Presse / Sony Music)

Gang Of Youths — 'The Angel of 8th Ave.' (Mosy Recordings / Sony Music)

Midnight Oil & First Nations Collaborators — The Makarrata Project (Sony Music)

RÜFÜS DU SOL — 'Alive' (Rose Avenue Records/Reprise/Warner Music)

The Avalanches — We Will Always Love You (Modular / EMI Music Australia)


Best Rock Album

AC/DC — Power Up (Leidseplein Presse / Sony Music)

Ball Park Music — Ball Park Music (Prawn Records/ Inertia Music)

Holy Holy — Hello My Beautiful World (Wonderlick Recording Company)

Middle Kids — Today We're The Greatest (EMI Music Australia)

Midnight Oil & First Nations Collaborators — The Makarrata Project (Sony Music)



Best Adult Contemporary Album

Big Scary — Daisy (Pieater/Inertia)

Crowded House — Dreamers Are Waiting (EMI Music Australia)

Kylie Minogue — Disco (Liberator Music/Mushroom)

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis — Carnage (Goliath / AWAL)

Odette — Herald (EMI Music Australia)


Best Country Album

Brad Cox — My Mind's Projection (Sony Music)

Felicity Urquhart & Josh Cunningham — The Song Club (ABC Music)

Shane Nicholson — Living In Colour (Lost Highway Australia/Universal Music Australia)

The Wolfe Brothers — Kids On Cassette (BMG/WMG)

Troy Cassar-Daley — The World Today (Tarampa Music / Sony Music)



Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album

Alpha Wolf — A Quiet Place To Die (Greyscale Records / Cooking Vinyl Australia)

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets — SHYGA! The Sunlight Mound What Reality? (TFS Records/Virgin Music)

Tropical F--k Storm — Deep States (TFS Records/Virgin Music)

Yours Truly — Self Care (UNFD/The Orchard)

A. Swayze & the Ghosts — Paid Salvation (IVY LEAGUE/MUSHROOM)


Best Blues & Roots Album

Archie Roach — The Songs Of Charcoal Lane (Bloodlines/Mushroom)

Emma Donovan & The Putbacks — Crossover (Hopestreet Recordings/The Planet Company)

Josh Teskey & Ash Grunwald — Push The Blues Away (Ivy League/Mushroom)

Martha Marlow — Medicine Man (Independent/The Planet Company)

Ziggy Alberts — Searching For Freedom (Commonfolk Records / The Orchard)


Best Children's Album

Amber Lawrence — The Kid's Gone Country 2 (Fun For All The Family ABC Music)

Bluey — Bluey The Album (Ludo Studios / Demon Music Group / BBC Studios / Rocket)

Diver City — Dance Silly (ABC Music / Universal)

The Wiggles — Lullabies With Love (ABC Music)

Various Artists — The Moon, The Mouse & The Frog: Lullabies from Northern Australia (ABC Music)



PUBLIC VOTED AWARDS

Best Video presented by YouTube Music

'24k' — Tkay Maidza, Nicholas Muecke (Dew Process/Universal Music Australia)

'Astronaut In The Ocean' — Masked Wolf, Daniele Cernera (Teamwrk Records/ADA/Warner Music)

'could cry just thinkin about you' (Full Version) — Troye Sivan & Jesse Gohier-Fleet (EMI Music Australia)

'Dance' — Julia Stone, Jessie Hill (BMG/WMG)

'First Nation' — Midnight Oil (featuring Jessica Mauboy & Tasman Keith), Robert Hambling (Sony Music)

'Higher' — Budjerah, Mick Soiza (Warner Music Australia)

'Love Songs Ain't for Us' — Amy Shark, James Chappell (Wonderlick Recording Company)

'Missing Piece' — Vance Joy, Annelise Hickey (Liberation Records/Mushroom Group)

'The Divine Chord' — The Avalanches, Jonathan Zawada (Modular / EMI Music Australia)

'Won't Sleep' — Tones and I, Nick Kozakis, Liam Kelly (Bad Batch Records / Sony Music)



Best Australian Live Act presented by Heaps Normal

Amy Shark — Cry Forever Tour 2021 (Wonderlick Recording Company)

Ball Park Music — The Residency (Prawn Records/ Inertia Music)

Budjerah — Budjerah 2021 Aus Tour (Warner Music Australia)

Genesis Owusu — Smiling With No Teeth Album Tour (OURNESS / AWAL)

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard — Micro Tour (King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard/Virgin Music)

Lime Cordiale — Relapse Tour (Chugg Music Pty Ltd)

Midnight Oil & First Nations Collaborators — Makarrata Live (Sony Music)

The Avalanches — The Avalanches Live (Modular / EMI Music Australia)

The Teskey Brothers — The Teskey Brothers (Headline Shows + Festivals) (IVY LEAGUE/MUSHROOM)


Song of the Year presented by YouTube Music

Amy Shark feat. Keith Urban — 'Love Songs Ain't For Us' (Wonderlick Recording Company)

Dean Lewis — 'Falling Up' (Island Records Australia/Universal Music Australia)

Hooligan Hefs — 'Send It!' (db Music / Warner Music Australia)

Keith Urban & Pink — 'One Too Many' (CAPITOL – NASHVILLE / EMI Music Australia)

Masked Wolf — 'Astronaut In The Ocean' (Teamwrk Records/ADA/Warner Music)

Sam Fischer & Demi Lovato — 'What Other People Say' (Sony Music)

Spacey Jane — 'Booster Seat' (AWAL Recordings)

The Kid LAROI with Miley Cyrus — 'Without You' (Columbia/Sony Music)

Tones and I — 'Fly Away' (Bad Batch Records / Sony Music)

Vance Joy — 'Missing Piece' (Liberation Records/Mushroom Group)


Most Popular International

Ariana Grande — Positions (Universal Records USA / Universal Music Australia)

Doja Cat — Planet Her (RCA Records / Sony Music)

Justin Bieber — Justice (Def Jam / Universal Music Australia)

Kanye West — Donda (Def Jam / Universal Music Australia)

Luke Combs — What You See Ain't Always What You Get (Columbia Nashville / Sony Music)

Machine Gun Kelly — Tickets To My Downfall (Interscope / Universal Music Australia)

Miley Cyrus — Plastic Hearts (RCA Records / Sony Music)

Olivia Rodrigo — Sour (Geffen / Universal Music Australia)

Pop Smoke — Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon (Universal Records USA / Universal Music Australia)

Taylor Swift — Evermore (Universal Music Australia)



Telstra ARIA Music Teacher Award

Aaron Silver — Wodonga Primary School, Regional Victoria

Ashley Baxter — Pimlico State High School, Townsville, Queendsland

Daniel Wilson — Star Struck, Newcastle, NSW

Zoë Barry — Sacred Heart School, Melbourne, Victoria


ARTISAN AWARDS

Best Cover Art

Ngaiire Joseph & Dan Segal for Ngaiire — 3 (Dot Dash Recordings / Remote Control Records)

Eben Ejdne for Odette — Herald (EMI Music Australia)

Kofi Ansah & Bailey Howard for Genesis Owusu — Smiling with No Teeth (OURNESS / AWAL)

Jonathan Zawada for The Avalanches — We Will Always Love You (Modular / EMI Music Australia)

Giulia Giannini McGauran & Mitchell Eaton for Tones and I — Welcome to the Madhouse (Bad Batch Records / Sony Music)



Engineer Of The Year

Chris Collins

Eric J Dubowsky

Konstantin Kersting

Matt Corby

Tony Espie



Producer Of The Year

Andrew Klippel, Dave Hammer

Konstantin Kersting & The Rubens

M-Phazes

Matt Corby

Robert Chater



FINE ARTS AWARDS

Best Classical Album

Christian Li — Vivaldi: The Four Seasons (Decca Records Australia/Universal Music Australia

Emily Sun & Andrea Lam — Nocturnes (ABC Classic)

Genevieve Lacey and Marshall McGuire — Bower (ABC Classic / Universal)

Grigoryan Brothers — This is Us: A Musical Reflection of Australia (ABC Classic / Universal)

Nat Bartsch — Hope (ABC Classic / Universal)



Best Jazz Album

Australian Art Orchestra, Reuben Lewis, Tariro Mavondo & Peter Knight — Closed Beginnings (AAO Recordings/The Planet Company)

Kristen Beradi, Sean Foran & Rafael Karlen — Haven (Earshift Music / The Planet Company)

Mildlife — Automatic (Inertia Music / [PIAS])

Petra Haden & The Nick Haywood Quintet — Songs from my Father (ABC Jazz / Universal)

Vazesh — The Sacred Key (Earshift Music / The Planet Company)



Best Original Soundtrack or Musical Theatre Cast Album

Angus & Julia Stone — Life Is Strange (BMG/WMG)

Antony Partos — Rams (Original Motion Picture Score) (ABC Music)

Caitlin Yeo, Maria Alfonsine, Damian de Boos-Smith — Wakefield Season One Official Soundtrack (MADBS Composing Palace)

Sia — Music Songs From And Inspired By The Motion Picture (Atlantic Records / Warner Music

Yve Blake — Fangirls (ADA/Warner Music)


Best World Music Album

Bob Weatherall & Halfway, with William Barton — Restless Dream (ABC Music)

Bukhu - Bukhchuluun Ganburged — The Journey (Bukhu/Distrokid)

Eishan Ensemble — Project Masnavi (Earshift Music / The Planet Company)

Joseph Tawadros — Hope In An Empty City (Independent / The Planet Company)

Kuya James — ISA (Settle Down Records / MGM Distribution)


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