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The 2013 Bass Music Awards Winners announced

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Our friends at Skiddle are pleased to confirm the winners of The Bass Music Awards.

The announcement was made via online presentation and includes winners such as Rudimental, Disclosure, The Prodigy, Modestep and Chase & Status, as well as an array of other winners honoured for their talent at the 2013 Bass Music Awards celebration.

Although in its launch year, The Bass Music Awards has been widely acclaimed by industry sources. Voting was open to the public for a 3 week period, seeing thousands of members of the public having their say by voting for their favourite DJ’s, labels, events, tracks, videos and producers from the nomination lists that was compiled by an industry affiliated panel of Bass Music connoisseur’s.

The Bass Music Awards highlights can be accessed via the Bass Music Awards website. http://www.bassmusicawards.com.

Skiddle’s Ticketing Director, Richard Dyer said: “We’ve got a privileged position in the UK’s music scene and we knew we’d be ideally placed to help get the Bass Music Awards off the ground in its launch year. We’ve had loads of great feedback about the awards and I expect they’ll become a regular fixture. Ultimately, it’s great that we’ve been able to further support the music scene in this way.”

Bass Music Awards in association with Skiddle.com Winners:

Best Album – Rudimental – Home

Best Producer(s) – Disclosure

Best DJ – Skream

Lifetime Achievement Award – The Prodigy

Outstanding Contribution – Circus Records

Best Music Video – Xilent – Boss Wave

Best Live Act – Modestep

Best Breakthrough Act – Gorgon City

Best Label – Hospital

Best Event – UKF

Best Drum & Bass Single – Noisia – Could This Be

Best Dubstep Single – Zomboy – Mind Control

Best Deep Bass Single – Jakwob – Fade

Best House Single – Duke Dumont – I Need U 100%

Best Inventive Single – Chase & Status – Lost and Not Found

Public Choice Award – Hannah Wants

Ambassadors of Bass Music:

Andy C

Annie Mac

Rob Swire

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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