Coldplay, Radiohead, Bloc Party up for BT Digital Music Awards

Music fans to help decide who wins online gongs

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Coldplay, Radiohead and Bloc Party have received multiple nominations for this year's BT Digital Music Awards.

Taking place on October 1 at London's Roundhouse, the awards focus on digital music entertainment, with online music industry-based categories, such as Best Music Community and Best Artist Promotion, in amongst more conventional awards such as Best Pop Act and Best Indie/Rock Act.

The Ting Tings, Alphabeat, The Futureheads and Kylie Minogue are amongst the other acts in line for gongs, which are decided by combining the votes of the BT panel judges and the votes of music fans in a 50/50 split.

NME.COM has been nominated in the Best Music Magazine category.

Fans can vote for their choices at

The nominations in the music-based categories are as follows:

Best Pop Artist:
Sam Beeton
The Hoosiers
The Ting Tings

Best Rock/Indie Artist:
Bloc Party
Ida Maria
The Futureheads

Best Urban Artist:
Roots Manuva

Best Electronic Artist or DJ:
Sam Sparro

Best Audio Podcast:
Book Slam
Clash Podcast
Fabric Podcast
Hospital Records Podcast
Tune Up

Best Video Podcast:
Philharmonic Orchestra Video Podcasts
Rockstar Tutorial Now Play It
The Zutons Podcast
Tune Up

Best Radio Station:
BBC 6Music
BBC Asian Network
Gaydar Radio
Passion For The Planet
Planet Rock

Best Music Store:
7 Digital
Music Station

Best Music Magazine:
Clash Music
Drowned In Sound
I Like Music
Resident Advisor

Best Music Community:
Bloc Party Marshals
Download Festival Community
Drowned In Sound
Get Closer

Breakthrough Artist Of The Year:
The Hoosiers
The Script
Vampire Weekend

Artist Of The Year:
British Sea Power
Leona Lewis

Best Music Hardware:
Gibson 'robot' guitar
Motorola ROKR E8

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