World News – AU – Lime Cordiale and Tame Impala top 2020 ARIA Awards nominees – The AU Review


2020 has taken a heavy blow to the music industry, with live music suspended and festivals canceled Despite the difficulties caused by the pandemic, this year’s ARIA awards ceremony promises to be something to look forward to

The nominees were announced today via a YouTube premiere, showcasing the diversity of talent offered by the Australian music industry The ceremony itself will take place at The Star, Sydney on Wednesday November 25, 2020, however , there will be no hearing and no red carpet, in accordance with COVID-19 restrictions The ceremony will be broadcast on the Nine Network and worldwide on YouTube

Lime Cordiale tops the charts with eight nominations Composed of brothers Oli and Louis Leimbach, the pop rock duo is nominated for album of the year, song of the year, best pop release and best group , etc

This year has been a big one for Perth band Tame Impala with the release of their fourth album The Slow Rush which was entirely written, produced, performed and mixed by one-man member Kevin Parker band ”Tame Impala received seven nominations, including Album of the Year, Best Pop Release, Best Rock Album and Best Band, as well as Engineer of the Year and Producer of the Year

After six nominations, R&B and hip-hop visionary Sampa The Great, whose debut album The Return received worldwide acclaim The Zambian-born artist became the first woman of color to win an ARIA Award in the Best Hip Hop Release category at last year’s ARIA awards ceremony for his track “Final Form” His acceptance speech touched a lot, talking about the importance of & change from diversity to within the Australian music industry This year she received nominations for Album of the Year, Best Female Artist, Best Hip-Hop Release, etc.

Indigenous artist Miiesha has won five nominations, including Best Female Artist and Best Soul / R&B Her debut album Nyaaringu was one of this year’s most beloved releases

The independent DMA rockers who were also nominated for five awards, including best group and best rock album for their latest album THE GLOW

Additionally, Amy Shark, Archie Roach, Jessica Mauboy, The Teskey Brothers, Tones and I, Troye Sivan, Cold Chisel, The Kid LAROI and Baker Boy won 3 nominations each

Audience-voted awards include Best Video Submitted by YouTube Music, Best Live Australian Song, Song of the Year Featured by YouTube Music, Best International Artist and the Telstra ARIA Music Teacher Award

ARIA President Denis Handlin AO congratulates all of this year’s nominees “As is evident in all categories, Australia is home to some fantastic talent, with artists who have found success not only here but also abroad »

ARIA CEO Dan Rosen acknowledges that while this has been a difficult year for the music industry as a whole, this year’s nominees indicate that the creativity of local Australian artists has not been touched “Our artists have shown great resilience and their music has helped many Australians through these difficult times »

Watch the ARIA Awards 2020 on Wednesday, November 25, 2020 on the Nine Network and worldwide on YouTube

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