Voting is Now Open For The Aux Awards 2023
A celebration of all things independent music, the Aux Awards recognises the brightest and most innovative names in independent music across creators, brands and technology. The 2023 Awards come in partnership with MusicAlly, Lady of The House and ourselves at Data Transmission.
Aux (www.aux.app), the streamlined remote collaboration app that allows remote working musicians to back up, share, and version Ableton Live and Logic Pro projects, is thrilled to announce the return of the Aux Awards. The Awards is a celebration of all things independent music, giving recognition to the creators and music and technology brands who have been making waves over the past 12 months.
Voting is now open until 3rd March at aux.app/awards and the winners will be announced on 20th March on the Aux YouTube channel.
Across 9 categories, the shortlist has been thoughtfully selected by the visionary team at Aux – led by founder, and tech entrepreneur Ben Bowler – together with reputable industry partners: MusicAlly, Lady of The House and Data Transmission.
And anyone can vote in the Awards be they fans or industry alike.
The inaugural Aux Awards took place in March 2022. Over 1,500 votes were cast by musicians and music fans globally, with thousands more tuning in to watch the live streamed ceremony with live performances from winners Emma Mae, CLOUD, alternative lyricist Anna Wolf, and shoegaze/alt-rock outfit Silktape, in celebration of the brightest and most innovative names in independent music.
Over the coming year, many more updates will appear on Aux.app, which launched Version 1 of its desktop app in September 2022.
As a recipient of a £50,000 Innovate UK Next Steps Grant, 2023 will see the integration of Aux’s pioneering AI technology that will ultimately help the next generation of music and content creators to make career-changing collaborator and industry connections right from within the app.
Get voting in the Aux Awards 2023 now: aux.app/awards
Aux Awards 2023 Shortlist
Hot Tip – Best Independent Artist/Group
On Repeat – Best Independent Single
Woodland by Meg Chandler
Alcatraz by Solar Eyes
If You Love Her by Tokyo Tea Room
Stories Of Strange Women by Scruffy Bear
Still Here by Rachel Jane
Metchu by HEIGHTS
Windy City by Natasha Kitty Katt
Meditation by Jamurai
Long Play – Best Independent Album
Polarchoral by Grice
Rolling With The Wind by Aspen Forest
Luna by Dust We Are
Kind Of Loud by Fuzekin
Daybreak at the Electric by Jet Vesper
Clyde by Collars
A Death At Sea by San Lorenz
Weather Report by Bearcubs
Sound and Vision – Best Independent Music Video
Foxtrot N by Harvey Causon
The Dream by Gold Panda
Kryptonite by Congratulations
I Don’t Think I’ll Go Out Today by Shelf Lives
Asking For It by M(h)aol
Waiting For The Sun by Belija Flo
The South by Harrison Rimmer
Headtop Buss From Luss / Mazzalean by Bawo
Game Changer – Most Innovative Artist
All Day Breakfast Cafe
Top of the Feed – Best Content Creator
Grahame Farmer from Data Transmission
Jeff Nang Music Production Tips
Sounds Like Emma
Music Industry Mentor
LNA Does Audio Stuff
Daily Download – Best Music Podcast
The Art of Longevity
Switched On Pop
The Daydream Club
All Songs Considered
Riffs on Riffs
Breaking Barriers – Best Music Business
Riffs on Riffs
Lady Of The House
Independent Venue Week
Future Tech – Best New Music Tech