ARIA Music Awards of 2010

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The 24th Annual Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards (generally known as ARIA Music Awards or simply The ARIAs) are a series of award ceremonies which included the 2010 ARIA Artisan Awards, ARIA Hall of Fame Awards, ARIA Fine Arts Awards and ARIA Awards. The latter ceremony took place on 7 November at the Sydney Opera House and was telecast by Network Ten at 8:30pm.[1][2] The final nominees for ARIA Award categories were announced on 28 September at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, as well as nominees for Fine Arts Awards and winners of the Artisan Awards.[1][2] The 2010 awards were hosted by Russell Brand, Rebel Wilson and Matt Lucas.

For the first time in ARIA Awards history, public votes are used in four new categories, "Most Popular Australian Album", "Most Popular Australian Single", "Most Popular International Artist" and "Most Popular Australian Artist".[3]

On 27 October, the ARIA Hall of Fame inducted: The Church, The Loved Ones, Models, John Williamson and Johnny Young.[4][5]

Multiple winners and nominees[edit]

Awards[edit]

ARIA Awards[edit]

Three new categories introduced, "Breakthrough Artist" (formerly "Breakthrough Artist – Single" and "Breakthrough Artist – Album"), "Best Hard Rock / Heavy Metal Album" and "Best Adult Alternative Album".[1]
Final nominees are shown, with result at right.[3]

Album of the Year

Artist Album Result
Angus & Julia Stone Down the Way Won
Birds of Tokyo Birds of Tokyo Nominated
Sia We Are Born Nominated
Tame Impala Innerspeaker Nominated
Washington I Believe You Liar Nominated

Single of the Year

Artist Single Result
Angus & Julia Stone "Big Jet Plane" Won
Birds of Tokyo "Plans" Nominated
Sia "Clap Your Hands" Nominated
The Temper Trap "Love Lost" Nominated
Washington "How to Tame Lions" Nominated

Best Female Artist

Artist Album Result
Clare Bowditch Modern Day Addiction Nominated
Kylie Minogue Aphrodite Nominated
Lisa Mitchell Oh! Hark! Nominated
Sia We Are Born Nominated
Washington I Believe You Liar Won

Best Male Artist

Artist Album Result
Dan Kelly Dan Kelly's Dream Nominated
Dan Sultan Get Out While You Can Won
Guy Sebastian Like It Like That Nominated
John Butler April Uprising Nominated
Paul Dempsey Fast Friends Nominated

Best Group

Artist Album Result
Angus & Julia Stone Down the Way Nominated
Birds of Tokyo Birds of Tokyo Nominated
Powderfinger Golden Rule Nominated
Tame Impala Innerspeaker Nominated
The Temper Trap Conditions Won

Best Independent Release

Artist Album Result
Art vs. Science Magic Fountain Nominated
Dan Sultan Get Out While You Can Nominated
Eddy Current Suppression Ring Rush to Relax Nominated
John Butler Trio April Uprising Nominated
Sia We Are Born Won

Best Adult Alternative Album

Artist Album Result
Angus & Julia Stone Down the Way Won
Basement Birds Basement Birds Nominated
Clare Bowditch Modern Day Addiction Nominated
The Cat Empire Cinema Nominated
Washington I Believe You Liar Nominated
Whitley Go Forth, Find Mammoth Nominated

Best Adult Contemporary Album

Artist Album Result
Angie Hart Eat My Shadow Nominated
Crowded House Intriguer Won
Jimmy Barnes The Rhythm and the Blues Nominated
Lisa Miller Car Tape 2 Nominated
Perry Keyes Johnny Ray's Downtown Nominated

Best Blues & Roots Album

Artist Album Result
Ash Grunwald Hot Mama Vibes Nominated
Dan Sultan Get Out While You Can Won
Jeff Lang Chimeradour Nominated
John Butler Trio April Uprising Nominated
The Wilson Pickers Shake It Down Nominated

Best Children's Album

Artist Album Result
Greta Bradman Forest of Dreams: Classical Lullabies to Get Lost In Nominated
Jay Laga'aia I Can Play Anything Nominated
Justine Clarke Great Big World Nominated
Little Kasey Chambers, Poppa Bill and the Little Hillbillies Little Kasey Chambers, Poppa Bill and the Little Hillbillies Nominated
The Wiggles Let's Eat! Won

Best Comedy Release

Artist Album Result
Andrew Hansen, Chris Taylor & Craig Shuftan The Blow Parade Won
Arj Barker Arj Barker Forever Nominated
Heath Franklin Heath Franklin's Chopper: Make Deadsh*ts History Nominated
Jimeoin Jimeoin on Ice Live Nominated
The Bedroom Philosopher Songs from the 86 Tram Nominated

Best Country Album

Artist Album Result
Adam Harvey Both Sides Now Nominated
Catherine Britt Catherine Britt Nominated
Jason Walker Ceiling Sun Letters Nominated
Lee Kernaghan Planet Country Nominated
The McClymonts Wrapped Up Good Won

Best Dance Release

Artist Single Result
Art vs Science "Magic Fountain" Nominated
Miami Horror "Sometimes" Nominated
Midnight Juggernauts "The Crystal Axis" Nominated
Pendulum "Immersion" Nominated
Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP "We No Speak Americano" Won

Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album

Artist Album Result
Airbourne No Guts. No Glory. Nominated
Dead Letter Circus This Is the Warning Nominated
Parkway Drive Deep Blue Won
The Amity Affliction Youngbloods Nominated
Violent Soho Violent Soho Nominated

Best Music DVD

Artist DVD Result
Birds of Tokyo The Broken Strings Tour DVD Nominated
Bliss n Eso Flying Colours Live Nominated
Josh Pyke The Lighthouse Nominated
Various Artists Sound Relief Won
Various Artists Before Too Long: Triple J's Tribute to Paul Kelly Nominated

Best Pop Release

Artist Release Result
Bluejuice Head of the Hawk Nominated
Empire of the Sun "Half Mast" Nominated
Guy Sebastian Like It Like That Nominated
Kylie Minogue Aphrodite Nominated
Sia We Are Born Won

Best Rock Album

Artist Album Result
Birds of Tokyo Birds of Tokyo Won
Cloud Control Bliss Release Nominated
Eddy Current Suppression Ring Rush to Relax Nominated
Powderfinger Golden Rule Nominated
Tame Impala Innerspeaker Nominated

Best Urban Album

Artist Album Result
Bliss n Eso Running on Air Nominated
Lowrider Round the World Nominated
M-Phazes Good Gracious Won
Space Invadas Soul-Fi Nominated
Urthboy Spitshine Nominated

Breakthrough Artist

Artist Album Result
Amy Meredith Restless Nominated
Cloud Control Bliss Release Nominated
Philadelphia Grand Jury Hope Is for Hopers Nominated
Tame Impala Innerspeaker Nominated
Washington I Believe You Liar Won

Fine Arts Awards[edit]

"Best Jazz Album" category was moved to Fine Arts Awards from ARIA Awards section.[1]
Final nominees are shown, with result at right.[3]

Best Classical Album

Artist Album Result
Aleksandr Tsiboulski Australian Guitar Music Nominated
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra & Paul Dyer Tapas - Tastes of the Baroque Won
Li- Wei Qin Beethoven Cello Sonatas Nominated
David Hobson Enchanted Way Nominated
Geoffrey Lancaster Haydn: Complete Keyboard Sonatas, Vol. 1 Nominated
Richard Tognetti, Christopher Moore
& Australian Chamber Orchestra
Mozart Violin Concertos Nominated
Teddy Tahu Rhodes Bach Arias Nominated

Best Jazz Album

Artist Album Result
Dick Hughes & Christa Hughes Twenty First Century Blues Nominated
James Morrison & The Idea of North Feels Like Spring Won
Joe Chindamo Another Place Some Other Time Nominated
Joseph Tawadros The Hour of Separation Nominated
The Necks Silverwater Nominated

Best Original Soundtrack/Cast/Show Album

Artist Album Result
Burkhard Dallwitz Underbelly Nominated
Christopher Gordon & Various Artists Mao's Last Dancer Nominated
Soundtrack Before Too Long: Triple J's Tribute to Paul Kelly Won
Various Artists Bran Nue Dae Nominated
Various Artists (featuring Luke Steele
Empire of the Sun & The Middle East)
Accidents Happen Nominated

Best World Music Album

Artist Album Result
Archie Roach Music Deli Presents Archie Roach Nominated
Joseph Tawadros The Prophet: Music Inspired by the Poetry of Kahlil Gibran Nominated
Mamadou Diabate, Bobby Singh & Jeff Lang Djan Djan Won
The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra Do Anything Go Anywhere Nominated
Xavier Rudd Koonyum Sun Nominated

Artisan Awards[edit]

The winners and nominees of the Artisan Awards were announced on 28 September 2010.[1]
Final nominees and winners, results shown at right.[3]

Best Cover Art

Cover Artist Musical artist Album Result
Angus & Julia Stone Angus & Julia Stone Down the Way Won
Cameron Gray & Scott Smith Dead Letter Circus This Is the Warning Nominated
David Homer, Aaron Hayward, Debaser Birds of Tokyo Birds of Tokyo Nominated
Debaser Bluejuice Head of the Hawk Nominated
Leif Podhajsky Tame Impala Innerspeaker Nominated

Best Video

Director Musical artist Single Result
Alex Roberts Art vs. Science "Magic Fountain" Nominated
Krozm (Chris Hill, Ewan Macleod and Lachlan Dickie) Sarah Blasko "Bird on a Wire" Nominated
Head Pictures Powderfinger "All of the Dreamers" Nominated
Kiku Ohe Angus & Julia Stone "Big Jet Plane" Nominated
Kris Moyes Sia "Clap Your Hands" Won

Engineer of the Year

Engineer Musical artist Release Result
Jeff McCormack Adam Harvey Both Sides Now Nominated
John Castle Washington I Believe You Liar Nominated
Rick Will Grinspoon Six to Midnight Nominated
Victor Van Vugt Clare Bowditch Modern Day Addiction Nominated
Wayne Connolly, Paul Dempsey, Fast Friends Little Birdy Confetti Won

Producer of the Year

Producer Musical artist Release Result
Angus & Julia Stone Angus & Julia Stone Down the Way (some tracks only)[nb 1] Won
Charles Fisher, Hoodoo Gurus Charles Fisher, Hoodoo Gurus Purity of Essence Nominated
Forrester Savel Dead Letter Circus This Is the Warning Nominated
Lisa Miller, Shane O'Mara Lisa Miller Car Tape 2 Nominated
Scott Horscroft, Adam Spark Birds of Tokyo Birds of Tokyo Nominated
  1. ^ Angus and Julia Stone produced "Black Crow", "For You", "Santa Monica Dream", "Yellow Brick Road", "Walk It Off", and "Hush".

Public voted awards[edit]

For the first time in ARIA Awards history, the public voted in four new categories. Initial nominees for both "Most Popular Australian Album" and "Most Popular Australian Single" were the ten highest selling albums and singles, respectively, in the eligibility period (28 August 2009 to 21 August 2010 inclusive). The third category is "Most Popular International Artist" where non-Australian artists with highest selling albums or singles are nominated. "Most Popular Australian Artist" nominees are pooled from the finalists in 26 categories of the year's ARIA Awards (excludes ARIA Artisan Awards nominees).[1] First round of voting occurred from 14 October to 28 October to determine the final five nominees.[3] The second round of voting occurred from 31 October to 6 November with the winners announced on 7 November.[3] Final nominees are shown, with result at right.[3]

Most Popular Australian Album

Artist Album Result
Angus & Julia Stone Down the Way Nominated
Guy Sebastian Like It Like That Nominated
Vanessa Amorosi Hazardous Nominated
Powderfinger Golden Rule Won
The Temper Trap Conditions Nominated

Most Popular Australian Single

Artist Single Result
Guy Sebastian "Like It Like That" Nominated
Kate Miller-Heidke "The Last Day on Earth Nominated
The Temper Trap "Sweet Disposition" Won
Vanessa Amorosi "This Is Who I Am" Nominated
Yolanda Be Cool & Dcup "We No Speak Americano" Nominated

Most Popular International Artist

Artist Result
Katy Perry Nominated
Lady Gaga Nominated
Michael Bublé Nominated
Mumford & Sons Won
Taylor Swift Nominated

Most Popular Australian Artist

Artist Result
Angus & Julia Stone Nominated
Guy Sebastian Nominated
Powderfinger Won
The Temper Trap Nominated
Vanessa Amorosi Nominated

ARIA Hall of Fame Inductees[edit]

The following artists were inducted into the 2010 ARIA Hall of Fame on 27 October at Sydney's Hordern Pavilion; the ceremony was telecast by SBS TV's RocKwiz at 9:20 p.m on 30 October.[4][5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f "2010 ARIA Awards Winners By Year". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). Retrieved 13 June 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "2010 ARIA Nominations Announced" Take40 Australia (mcm entertainment). Retrieved 29 September 2010.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g "ARIA Awards 2010 : History: Winners by Year 2010: 24th Annual ARIA Awards". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). Retrieved 9 November 2010. 
  4. ^ a b Parker, Evelyn (26 September 2010). "ARIA Hall of Fame 2010" (PDF). Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). Archived from the original on 5 November 2010. Retrieved 7 October 2010. 
  5. ^ a b "2010 ARIA Hall Of Fame Inductees Announced" Take40 Australia. Retrieved 2 October 2010.
  6. ^ a b c d e "Special Guests Line-Up to Salute Music Icons" (PDF). Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). 25 October 2010. Retrieved 28 October 2010. 

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