Shockwaves NME Awards 2011 – Giant Photos

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The Shockwaves NME Awards may be over for another year, but there’s still plenty of ways to relive the carnage.

Tune in to T4 at 11.25am and Channel 4 (11.20pm) on Saturday (Feb 26th) to watch the whole thing in full, and get your fill of all the images from the night in our supermassive gallery. Plus you can see the full winners list over on the blog and let us know what you think, before hitting up the video section for all the backstage access you need.

Here’s some of the most stunning shots from the night in glorious widescreen. Same time next year?

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The O2 Academy Brixton prepares for the onslaught. Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

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Frankie & The Heartstrings hang out around Brixton before the ceremony begins. Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

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PJ Harvey walks the red carpet as the Shockwaves NME Awards 2011 kick off. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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The Drums pose for a photoshoot at O2 Academy Brixton. Photo: Dean Chalkley/NME

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Biffy Clyro celebrate their Best Live Band victory. Photo: Tom Oxley/NME

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Hurts perform ‘Wonderful Life’ live at the Shockwaves NME Awards 2011. Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

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The Naked & Famous receive the Philip Hall Radar Award. Photo: Tom Oxley/NME

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Alice Glass of Crystal Castles receives her John Peel Award for Innovation. Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

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Michael Eavis picks up the Best Festival award for Glastonbury. Photo: PA

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The Kills, Miles Kane and Kate Moss were all in attendance. Photo: Danny North/NME

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Laura Marling poses with her award for Best Solo Artist. Photo: Dean Chalkley/NME

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My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way examines his trophy for Best International Band. Photo: Tom Oxley/NME

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The 2011 Godlike Genius Dave Grohl watches the evening’s proceedings, before performing live for the crowd. Photo: Danny North/NME

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Muse pose with their Best British Band trophy. Photo: Dean Chalkley/NME

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There was plenty of free booze and celebrity spotting at O2 Academy Brixton. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Jarvis Cocker observes the Crystal Castles photo shoot. Photo: Tom Oxley/NME

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Noel Fielding, Hurts and Matt Berry goof around backstage. Photo: Dean Chalkley/NME

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Crystal Castles hide behind their coats as they sneak away with free alcohol. Photo: Danny North/NME

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Foo Fighters played a surprise 23-song set to close out the night. Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

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Dave Grohl jumps into the crowd during his band’s performance. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Foo Fighters premiered their new album ‘Wasting Light’ in full during their performance. Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

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The cast of ‘Skins’ took home the award for Best TV Show. Photo: Dan Kendall/NME

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Rockstars know how to party hard. Here’s the proof. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME