APRA Music Awards of 2014

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APRA Music Awards of 2014
Date23 May 2014 (2014-05-23)
LocationBrisbane City Hall
Hosted byBrian Nankervis
Websiteapraamcos.com.au/awards/2014-awards

The Australian Performing Right Association Awards of 2014 (generally known as APRA Awards) are a series of related awards which include the APRA Music Awards, Art Music Awards, and Screen Music Awards. The APRA Music Awards of 2014 was the 32nd annual ceremony by the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) and the Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society (AMCOS) to award outstanding achievements in contemporary songwriting, composing and publishing.[1] The ceremony was held on 23 June 2014 at the Brisbane City Hall, for the first time.[2][3] The host for the ceremony was Brian Nankervis, adjudicator on SBS-TV's RocKwiz.[4]

The Art Music Awards were distributed on 26 August at the Plaza Ballroom, Melbourne.[5] These were provided by APRA, AMCOS and Australian Music Centre (AMC) to recognise "artistic achievement and excellence within the field of Australia's art music industry."[5][6][7] The Screen Music Awards were issued on 12 November by APRA, AMCOS and Australian Guild of Screen Composers (AGSC),[8] which "acknowledges excellence and innovation in the genre of screen composition".[9]

On 28 May nominations for the APRA Music Awards were announced on multiple news sources, with Birds of Tokyo and Vance Joy being the most nominated artists with four each.[10] A total of 13 awards were presented, with Lindy Morrison honoured by the Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music.[11] Morrison is the National Welfare Coordinator of Support Act Limited – a music industry charity; previously she was on the board of Phonographic Performance Company of Australia (PPCA) for 20 years and, even earlier, a drummer for the Go-Betweens (1980–89).[10][12] Sia (aka Sia Furler) was presented with Songwriter of the Year for the second consecutive year – the first artist to ever do so.[12][13] The APRA Music Awards ceremony highlights were broadcast on the MAX network on 9 July 2014.[10]

Presenters[edit]

At the APRA Music Awards ceremony on 23 June 2014, aside from the host, Brian Nankervis, the presenters were Amanda Brown and Robert Forster (both ex-the Go-Betweens, alongside Morrison) as well as Kate Miller-Heidke.[14]

Performances[edit]

The APRA Music Awards ceremony showcased performances by:[14]

APRA Music Awards[edit]

Blues & Roots Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[12][15]
"Avenger" – The Bamboos Lance Ferguson, Ella Thompson Perfect Pitch Publishing Pty Ltd obo (on behalf of) Full Thought Publishing Nominated
"Get You out of Here" – Busby Marou Thomas Busby, Jeremy Marou Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L Nominated
"Luck" – Busby Marou Thomas Busby, Don Walker Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L Nominated
"Only One" – John Butler Trio John Butler Family Music Pty Ltd Won
"Lygon Street Meltdown" – Melbourne Ska Orchestra Nicky Bomba, Barry Deenick Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated

Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[12][16]
Jagwar Ma Jono Ma, Gabriel Winterfield Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
Kylie Sackley Kylie Sackley Fable Music Pty Ltd obo Steel Wheels Music Nominated
Louis Schoorl Louis Schoorl Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Won
Hiatus Kaiyote Paul Bender, Simon Mavin, Perrin Moss, Naomi Saalfield N/A Nominated
Vance Joy James Keogh (aka Vance Joy) Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo WAU Publishing Nominated

Country Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[12][17]
"I Learned the Hard Way" – Chelsea Basham Chelsea Basham N/A Nominated
"Flying with the King" – Lee Kernaghan Colin Buchanan, Lee Kernaghan, Garth Porter Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd, Perfect Pitch Publishing Pty Ltd Won
"Be with You Tonight" – O'Shea Tim Nichols, Jay O’Shea, Mark O’Shea J.Albert & Son Pty Limited Nominated
"Thank You Angels" – O'Shea Jay O’Shea, Mark O’Shea, Matthew Scullion J.Albert & Son Pty Limited, Piney Range Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"The Girl, the Bottle, the Memory" – The Wolfe Brothers Nicholas Wolfe Perfect Pitch Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated

Dance Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[12][18]
"Alive" – Empire of the Sun Steven Bach, Nick Littlemore, Peter Mayes, Jonathan Sloan, Luke Steele Bach to Bach Music, Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo Solola Ltd, Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo Chenfeld Ltd, Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo Downtown Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L Nominated
"Holdin On" – Flume Flume, Otis Redding Kobalt Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Future Classic Pty Ltd and Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo Verse Music Group LLC, Essex Music Australia Pty Ltd obo Irving Music Won
"Saved in a Bottle" – The Potbelleez David Greene, Ilan Kidron, Erik Lewander, Jonathan Murphy Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo MCDJ Music, Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo The Kennel AB Nominated
"Promises" – The Presets Julian Hamilton, Kim Moyes EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
"Bring It Back" – Will Sparks & Joel Fletcher Will Sparks, Joel Fletcher 120 Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated

International Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[12][19]
"Blurred Lines" – Robin Thicke, T.I., and Pharrell Williams Clifford Harris, Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams Deyjah's Daddy Muzik, Universal/MCA Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo I Like 'Em Thicke Music, EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd obo More Water from Nazareth Publishing Won
"Can't Hold Us" – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Ray Dalton Ben Haggerty, Ryan Lewis Kobalt Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Macklemore Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Ryan Lewis Publishing Nominated
"Don't You Worry Child" – Swedish House Mafia Axel Hedfors, Sebastian Ingrosso, Fragogiannis Josefsson, Martin Lindstrom, Michel Zitron Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo Universal Music Publishing AB, Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Sony ATV Music Publishing (UK) Limited and Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo Universal Music Publishing AB, Kobalt Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Lateral MGMT London Stockholm AB, Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo BMG Chrysalis Scandinavia AB Nominated
"Let Her Go" – Passenger Michael Rosenberg (aka Passenger) Universal Music Publishing Nominated
"Pompeii" – Bastille Daniel Smith Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo WWKD LTD Nominated

Most Played Australian Work[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[12][20]
"Lanterns" – Birds of Tokyo Ian Berney, Ian Kenny, Glenn Sarangapany, Adam Spark, Adam Weston Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Won
"Let Me Down Easy" – Sheppard Jay Bovino, Amy Sheppard, George Sheppard N/A Nominated
"Resolution" – Matt Corby Matt Corby, Dominic Salole Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd, Warner/Chappell Music Australia obo Heavy Sheet Music and Hanseatic Musikverlag GMBH & Co KG Nominated
"Riptide" – Vance Joy James Keogh (aka Vance Joy) Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo WAU Publishing Nominated
"You" – Nathaniel Anthony Egizii, David Musumeci, Nathaniel Willemse EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd, Sony/ATV Music Publ Allegro (Aust) P/L Nominated

Most Played Australia Work Overseas[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[12][21]
"Somebody That I Used To Know" – Gotye featuring Kimbra Wally de Backer (aka Gotye), Luiz Bonfá J Albert and Son Pty Ltd obo Op Shop Songs Pty Ltd and Kobalt Music Publishing Australia P/L, Warner/Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd Won

Outstanding International Achievement Award[edit]

Title and/or artist Publisher(s) Result[12][22]
Ella Yelich-O'Connor (aka Lorde) & Joel Little Native Tongue Music Publishing/EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Won

Pop Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[12][23]
"Let Me Down Easy" – Sheppard Jay Bovino, Amy Sheppard, George Sheppard N/A Nominated
"Resolution" – Matt Corby Matt Corby, Dominic Salole Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd, Warner/Chappell Music Australia obo Heavy Sheet Music and Hanseatic Musikverlag GMBH & Co KG Nominated
"Riptide" – Vance Joy James Keogh (aka Vance Joy) Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo WAU Publishing Won
"What You've Done to Me" – Samantha Jade Tania Doko, Anthony Egizii, Jorgen Elofsson, David Musumeci Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Ted Company Pty, EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd, Universal Music Publishing MGB Australia obo Idas Songs Nominated
"You" – Nathaniel Anthony Egizii, David Musumeci, Nathaniel Willemse EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd, Sony/ATV Music Publ Allegro (Aust) P/L Nominated

Rock Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[12][24]
"Battleships" – Bernard Fanning Bernard Fanning Universal Music Publishing MGB Australia Nominated
"Lanterns" – Birds of Tokyo Ian Berney, Ian Kenny, Glenn Sarangapany, Adam Spark, Adam Weston Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Won
"Southern Sun" – Boy & Bear Killian Gavin, Jonathon Hart, Timothy Hart, David Hosking Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L Nominated
"Tell Me How It Ends" – Bernard Fanning Bernard Fanning, Joey Waronker Universal Music Publishing MGB Australia, Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo BMG Platinum Songs Nominated
"When the Night Falls Quiet" – Birds of Tokyo Ian Berney, Ian Kenny, Glen Sarangapany, Adam Spark, Adam Weston Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated

Song of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[12][25]
"A Moat You Can Stand In" – The Drones Stephen Hesketh, Fiona Kitchin, Gareth Liddiard, Dan Luscombe, Mike Noga Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"Is This How You Feel" – The Preatures Thomas Champion, Luke Davison, Isabella Manfredi, Jack Moffitt Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"Lanterns" – Birds of Tokyo Ian Berney, Ian Kenny, Glenn Sarangapany, Adam Spark, Adam Weston Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"Resolution" – Matt Corby Matt Corby, Dominic Salole Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd, Warner/Chappell Music Australia obo Heavy Sheet Music and Hanseatic Musikverlag GMBH & Co KG Nominated
"Riptide" – Vance Joy James Keogh (aka Vance Joy) Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo WAU Publishing Won

Songwriter of the Year[edit]

Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music[edit]

Urban Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[12][27]
"Act Your Age" – Bliss n Eso featuring Bluejuice Alexander Burnett, Jamie Cibej, Jerry Craib, James Hauptmann, Max MacKinnon (aka Eso), Jonathan Notley (aka Bliss), Jacob Stone, Stavros Yiannoukas Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo Ivy League Music Pty Ltd, Kobalt Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Bluejuice Music Group Pty Limited, Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Won
"House of Dreams" – Bliss n Eso M-Phazes, Max MacKinnon, Jonathan Notley Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"On and On" – Illy Illy (aka Alasdair Murray), Jan Skubiszewski Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo WAU Publishing, Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"Run Alone" – 360 Kaelyn Behr (aka Styalz Fuego), Matthew Colwell (aka 360) Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L / Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"Youngbloods" – Illy Illy, M-Phazes, Joel Birch, Troy Brady, Ryan Burt, Ahren Stringer Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo WAU Publishing, Mushroom Music Pty Ltd, Native Tongue Music Publishing Nominated

Art Music Awards[edit]

Work of the Year – Instrumental[edit]

Title Composer Performer Result
[6][28][29]
Aerea Mary Finsterer Monash Art Ensemble Won
Inferno Elliott Gyger Michael Kieran Harvey Nominated
String Quartet No 2 Matthew Hindson Elias String Quartet Nominated
String Quartet No 5 Andrew Ford Australian String Quartet Nominated

Work of the Year – Jazz[edit]

Title Composer Performer Result
[6][28][30]
Everything Here Is Possible Alister Spence, Myra Melford Alister Spence and Myra Melford Nominated
Happy Quentin Angus Quentin Angus, Alon Tayar, Bambam Rodriguez and Ari Hoenig Nominated
Network of Lines Tilman Robinson Tilman Robinson, Peter Knight, Callum G’Froerer, Erikki Veltheim, Judith Hamann, Brett Thompson, Berish Bilander, Sam Zerna and Hugh Harvey Nominated
Tall Tales Paul Grabowsky Monash Art Ensemble Won

Work of the Year – Orchestral[edit]

Title Composer Performer Result
[6][28][31]
Compassion Nigel Westlake, Lior Attar (aka Lior) Lior (vocals), Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Nigel Westlake (conductor) Nominated
Golden Years James Ledger Margaret Blades (soloist), West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Otto Tausk (conductor) Won
Lake Ice: (Missed Tales No 1) Mary Finsterer Kees Boersma, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Jessica Cottis (conductor) Nominated
The Last Days of Socrates Brett Dean, Graeme Ellis (text) Peter Coleman-Wright (soloist), Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Simone Young (conductor) Nominated

Work of the Year – Vocal or Choral[edit]

Title Composer / librettist Performer Result
[6][28][32]
From a Black Sky Sandra France / Helen Nourse The Street, David Kram (conductor) Nominated
Last Words Andrew Ford / Tim Winton, Dorothy Porter, et al. Jane Sheldon and the Seraphim Trio Won
Moon: an Epic Song of Love Gordon Hamilton / Venero Armanno The Australian Voices, Gordon Hamilton (conductor) Nominated
The Pomegranate Cycle Eve Klein Eve Klein Nominated

Performance of the Year[edit]

Title Composer / librettist Performer Result
[6][28][33]
Icy Disintegration Annie Hsieh Arcko Symphonic Ensemble, Timothy Phillips (conductor) Nominated
Lake Ice: (Missed Tales No 1) Mary Finsterer Kees Boersma, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Jessica Cottis (conductor) Nominated
The Last Days of Socrates Brett Dean / Graeme Ellis Peter Coleman-Wright (soloist), Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Simone Young (conductor) Won
String Quartet No 2 Matthew Hindson Elias String Quartet Nominated

Award for Excellence by an Individual[edit]

Individual Work Result
[6][28][34]
Catherine Crock The Hush Collection, Volumes 1-13 Won
Carl Vine Exemplary contribution to Musica Viva Australia in 2013 as Artistic Director, and to the wider arts and cultural industry Nominated
David Montgomery AMEB percussion project Nominated
Kim Waldock Contribution to music education in Australia Nominated

Award for Excellence by an Organisation[edit]

Organisation Work Result
[6][28][35]
Arcko Symphonic Ensemble 2013 activities Nominated
Australian Art Orchestra Touring, community building, recording, creativity & leadership Won
Chamber Made Opera Commissioning & presenting cutting-edge chamber opera Nominated
Frequency Oz for 2013 activities Nominated

Award for Excellence in Music Education[edit]

Organisation / individual Work Result
[6][28][36]
Cathy Aggett New Australian art songs for low voice Won
Karen Carey MLC School (Sydney) Opera House Concert 2013 plus a legacy of 25 years of concerts and commissions Nominated
Topology "Top Up" music education program Nominated
West Australian Symphony Orchestra 2013 education program Nominated

Award for Excellence in a Regional Area[edit]

Organisation / individual Work Result
[6][28][37]
Bogong Centre Sound Culture, Bogong Electric Nominated
Goulburn Regional Conservatorium The Goulburn Oratorio Won

Award for Excellence in Experimental Music[edit]

Organisation / individual Work Result
[6][28][38]
Cat Hope Drawn from Sound exhibition Won
Ensemble Offspring with Oren Ambarchi and Martin Ng Ligeti Morphed Nominated
Eugene Ughetti, Robin Fox and Speak Percussion Transducer Nominated
Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey & the City of Melbourne 5 Short Blasts Nominated

Award for Excellence in Jazz[edit]

Organisation / individual Work Result
[6][28][39]
Alister Spence and Myra Melford Everything Here Is Possible Won
Andrea Keller Creation, release and presentation of three contemporary jazz projects in 2013 Nominated
Jonathan Zwartz The Remembering and Forgetting of the Air (recording) Nominated
The Street Theatre Capital Jazz Project – a nine-day midwinter jazz festival Nominated

Distinguished Services to Australian Music[edit]

Organisation / individual Result
[6][28][40]
Richard Gill Won

Screen Music Awards[edit]

International Achievement Award[edit]

Organisation / individual Result
[41][42]
Adam Gock and Dinesh Wicks – The D.A's Office Won

Feature Film Score of the Year[edit]

Title Composer Result
[41][43]
Adoration Christopher Gordon Nominated
Healing David Hirschfelder Nominated
The Railway Man David Hirschfelder Won
Sororal Christopher de Groot Nominated

Best Music for an Advertisement[edit]

Title Composer Result
[41][44]
Canon – "Seeing" Ramesh Sathiah Nominated
Replay – "Eco Warriors" Alejandro Gomez Sánchez Nominated
Tiger beer – "Charlie Ruedpokanon" Stuntman Antony Partos, Matteo Zingales Nominated
Tourism and Events Queensland – "Where Australia Shines" Ryan Walsh Won

Best Music for Children's Television[edit]

Title Composer Result
[41][45]
Get Ace – Series 1 Russell Thornton Won
Mako: Island of Secrets – Series 1: "Battlelines" Ricky Edwards, Brett Aplin Nominated
Time Tremors – Series 1 Benjamin Speed Nominated
Transformers: Rescue Bots – "Space Bots" Christopher Elves Nominated

Best Music for a Documentary[edit]

Title Composer Result
[41][46]
The Dancer from the Dance Edward Primrose Nominated
Fallout Antony Partos Nominated
I Am a Girl John Gray Nominated
Once My Mother Cezary Skubiszewski Won

Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie[edit]

Title Composer Result
[41][47]
The Broken Shore Cezary Skubizewski Nominated
The Killing Field Basil Hogios, Caitlin Yeo Nominated
The Outlaw Michael Howe Roger Mason Won
Parer’s War Cezary Skubizewski Nominated

Best Music for a Short Film[edit]

Title Composer Result
[41][48]
Blood Pulls a Gun Basil Hogios, Jack Moffitt Nominated
The iMom Haydn Walker Nominated
Scission Jonathan Dreyfus Nominated
Where Do Lilacs Come From Luke Howard Won

Best Music for a Television Series or Serial[edit]

Series or Serial Episode title Composer Result
[41][49]
The Doctor Blake Mysteries "Series 2 Episode 10: An Invincible Summer" Dale Cornelius Nominated
Rake "Series 3 Episode 1" David McCormack, Antony Partos, Michael Lira Nominated
Redfern Now "Series 2 Episode 3: Babe in Arms Antony Partos Nominated
Serangoon Road "Episode 6" Cezary Skubiszewski, Jan Skubiszewski Won

Best Original Song Composed for the Screen[edit]

Song title Work Composer Result
[41][50]
"Don't Let Him Go" Rake David McCormack, Antony Partos Won
"Giggle Galaxy" Giggle and Hoot Terry Mann Nominated
"God Knows I Would" ' 'The Moodys Cameron Bruce Nominated
"The Harvest & The Glory" The Outlaw Michael Howe Roger Mason Nominated

Best Soundtrack Album[edit]

Title Composer Result
[41][51]
Adoration Christopher Gordon, Antony Partos Nominated
The Broken Shore Cezary Skubiszewski Won
Healing David Hirschfelder Nominated
The Railway Man David Hirschfelder Nominated

Best Television Theme[edit]

Title Composer Result
[41][52]
Fat Tony & Co. Burkhard Dallwitz Won
The Gods of Wheat Street Jeff Lang Nominated
Serangoon Road Cezary Skubiszewski, Jan Skubiszewski Nominated
Wentworth Series 2 Richard Pleasance Nominated

Most Performed Screen Composer – Australia[edit]

Composer Result
[41][53]
Adam Gock, Dinesh Wicks Nominated
Jay Stewart Won
Neil Sutherland Nominated
Brenton White Nominated

Most Performed Screen Composer – Overseas[edit]

Composer Result
[41][54]
Ricky Edwards Nominated
Adam Gock, Dinesh Wicks Nominated
Garry McDonald, Laurie Stone Nominated
Neil Sutherland Won

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