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Old 07-01-2015, 04:31 PM
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Default Choice Music Prize nominees announced

2015 sees the 10th anniversary of the Meteor Choice Music Prize and it goes from strength to strength as the shortlist for Irish Album of the Year 2014, in association with IMRO and IRMA, was announced this afternoon.choice music prize 2014

The overall winning Album of the Year will be selected by the judging panel at the Meteor Choice Music Prize Live Event at Vicar St, Dublin on Thursday, March 5th 2015.



The shortlist is as follows (artists listed in alphabetical order):

Aphex Twin – Syro (Warp)

Delorentos – Night Becomes Light (Universal Ireland)

The Gloaming – The Gloaming (Real World)

Hozier – Hozier (Rubyworks/Universal)

James Vincent McMorrow – Post Tropical (Faction)

Sinead O’ Connor – I’m Not Bossy, I’m The Boss (Nettwerk)

Damien Rice – My Favourite Faded Fantasy (Warner Music)

The Riptide Movement – Getting Through (Universal Ireland)

U2 – Songs of Innocence (Island)

We Cut Corners – Think Nothing (Delphi)


“2014 was an incredible year for Irish music. A wealth of emerging talent made serious inroads in various international territories while taking the creative force of Irish music around the world and in so doing reaching new audiences each step of the way. Each year, the Meteor Choice Music Prize recognises and champions some of our finest songwriters and IMRO is delighted to continue its longstanding association with this prestigious music prize– Victor Finn, IMRO Chief Executive.

The Meteor Choice Music Prize event will be broadcast live on Today FM in a special four hour extended programme during the Paul McLoone show.

Once again, RTE 2 Television will broadcast a one-hour highlights programme of the Meteor Choice Music Prize on Sunday March 8th.

Tickets for the Meteor Choice Music Prize live event will go on sale from all Ticketmaster outlets and from http://www.ticketmaster.ie on Friday January 9th, priced €24.00 including booking fee.

The winning act will receive €10,000, a prize fund which has been provided by the Irish Music Rights Organisation (IMRO) and the Irish Recorded Music Association (IRMA). All of the shortlisted acts will receive a specially-commissioned award, courtesy of IMRO and IRMA.

“IRMA are once again delighted to be involved with the Choice Music Prize and to celebrate the success of the award. IRMA’s interest in the cultivation of new artists through its members is at the centre of the long-running partnership with the music prize”. – Willie Kavanagh, Director General of IRMA.

Lisa Comerford, Meteor’s Consumer Marketing Director, said “The celebration of ten years of Ireland’s finest albums, singers and songwriters is quite an achievement, and Meteor is delighted to continue to support the very best in home-grown music through the Meteor Choice Music Prize. The competition is always fierce for the coveted ‘Irish Album of the Year’ title and this year is certainly no different. As always, our esteemed judges have a difficult task ahead, and given the caliber of shortlist I certainly don’t envy their task!”
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Old 07-01-2015, 04:37 PM
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The Gloaming should win this. Best album of the lot by miles.
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Old 07-01-2015, 07:41 PM
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They didn't exactly think outside the box with this one did they? Major Irish act? You're nominated!!
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Old 07-01-2015, 08:24 PM
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Didn't hear every album but of those I did I think My Favourite Faded Fantasy is the best imo.

On a side note, never knew Aphex Twin was Irish. I remember that freaky video back in the day.
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Old 07-01-2015, 08:30 PM
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On a side note, never knew Aphex Twin was Irish. I remember that freaky video back in the day.
Born in Limerick i believe
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Old 08-01-2015, 02:53 AM
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Born in Limerick i believe
aye.
Primordials new record, Where Greater Men Have Fallen which has a Fermoy man playing geetar on it is went in at no. 30 in the German charts recently.
well worth the addition (as useless as these awards are)
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Old 16-08-2015, 10:35 AM
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Thats some depressing list.
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Old 06-01-2016, 04:30 PM
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2015 nominations are:

Girl Band “Holding Hands with Jamie” (Rough Trade)
HamsandwicH “Stories From The Surface” (Route 109A Records)
Gavin James “Bitter Pill” (Warner Music Ireland)
Jape “This Chemical Sea” (Faction Records)
Le Galaxie “Le Club” (Universal Music Ireland)
Colm Mac Con Iomaire “And Now The Weather” (Plateau)
Roisin Murphy “Hairless Toys” (PIAS)
Soak “Before We Forgot How To Dream” (Rough Trade)
Villagers “Darling Arithmetic” (Domino)
Young Wonder “Birth” (Feel Good Lost)

good to see Young Wonder in there
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Old 06-01-2016, 04:35 PM
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2015 nominations are:

Girl Band “Holding Hands with Jamie” (Rough Trade)
HamsandwicH “Stories From The Surface” (Route 109A Records)
Gavin James “Bitter Pill” (Warner Music Ireland)
Jape “This Chemical Sea” (Faction Records)
Le Galaxie “Le Club” (Universal Music Ireland)
Colm Mac Con Iomaire “And Now The Weather” (Plateau)
Roisin Murphy “Hairless Toys” (PIAS)
Soak “Before We Forgot How To Dream” (Rough Trade)
Villagers “Darling Arithmetic” (Domino)
Young Wonder “Birth” (Feel Good Lost)

good to see Young Wonder in there

Ha, snap! http://www.peoplesrepublicofcork.com...d.php?t=234955
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Old 06-01-2016, 04:47 PM
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heh heh

are we not the same person?
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