DJ Mag’s Best of British Awards took place tonight (Thursday 14th December), our annual celebration of the UK underground.
The event took place at EGG LDN, powered by Relentless Energy Drink.
Birmingham selector Hannah Wants took home the coveted Best DJ award, with fast-rising Derry-born newcomer Or:la taking Best Breakthrough DJ.
Elsewhere, Maya Jane Coles won Best Producer off the back of her album, ‘Take Flight’, the inimitable DJ Harvey won Best Resident DJ and tech-house enigma Mr. G took Best Live Act.
You can check out the full list of winners below and read the DJ Mag Best of British Awards live blog here.
Best DJ – Hannah Wants
Best DJ Duo – Solardo
Breakthrough DJ – Or:la
Best Resident DJ – DJ Harvey
Best Live Act – Mr. G
Best Orchestral Ensemble – Pete Tong presents Ibiza Classics
Best Producer – Maya Jane Coles
Breakthrough Producer – Latmun
Best Label – Ninja Tune
Breakthrough Label – Warehouse Music
Best Small Club – Sub Club, Glasgow
Best Large Club – Egg LDN
Best Club Night – Artwork presents Art’s House
Best Club Series – Printworks
Best Dance Festival – Junction 2
Best Boutique Festival – Lost Village
Best Album – Maya Jane Coles ‘Take Flight’ (I/AM/ME x Skint)
Best Compilation – Special Request 'Fabriclive 91’ (Fabric)
Best Track – Bicep 'Glue' (Ninja Tune)
Best Remix – Mumdance & Logos 'Move Your Body (Perc & Truss Remix)' (Tectonic Recordings)
Best MC – AJ Tracey
Soldier Of The Scene – Luke Solomon
Best DJ Mag Bunker Set – Hatcha (Hatcha & Friends)
Best DJ Mag HQ Set – Carl Cox
Rob McCallum is DJ Mag’s deputy digital editor. Follow him on Twitter here.
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