March 3, 2008 13:42

Shockwaves NME Awards 2008: Winners' list

Get the low-down on all the this year's winners

Shockwaves NME Awards 2008: Winners' list
The Shockwaves NME Awards 2008 took place last night (February 28) at the IndigO2 venue in London, where a variety of music stars picked up awards for their achievements over the past year.

The full list of winners and nominees is:

Best British Band
Winner: Arctic Monkeys
Nominees: Babyshambles, The Cribs, Klaxons, Muse

Best Album
Winner: Klaxons (’Myths Of The Near Future’)
Nominees: Arctic Monkeys (‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’), Babyshambles (‘Shotter’s Nation’), The Enemy (’We’ll Live And Die In These Towns’), Radiohead (‘In Rainbows’)

Best TV Show
Winner: ’The Mighty Boosh’
Nominees: ’Heroes’, ’Never Mind The Buzzcocks’, ’The IT Crowd’, ’Skins’

Best International Band
Winner: The Killers
Nominees: Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters, Kings Of Leon, My Chemical Romance.

Best Live Band
Winner: Muse
Nominees: The Cribs, Arctic Monkeys, Kaiser Chiefs, My Chemical Romance

Best New Band
Winner: The Enemy
Nominees: Foals, Joe Lean and the Jing Jang Jong, The Pigeon Detectives, The Wombats

Best Live Event
Winner: Carling Weekend: Reading And Leeds Festival
Nominees: Glastonbury, Muse at Wembley Stadium, T In The Park, V Festival

Philip Hall Radar Award
Winner: Glasvegas

Best Video
Winner: Arctic Monkeys (’Teddy Picker’)
Nominees: Bloc Party (’Flux’), Justice (’D.A.N.C.E.’), Klaxons (’Golden Skans’), My Chemical Romance (‘Teenagers’)

Best Dancefloor Filler
Winner: The Wombats (’Let’s Dance To Joy Division’)
Nominees: Bloc Party (’Flux’, Foals (’Hummer’), Klaxons (’Atlantis To Interzone’), Justice (‘D.A.N.C.E.’).

Best Film
Winner: ’Control’
Nominees: ’Hot Fuzz’, ’Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End’, ’The Simpsons Movie’, ’Superbad’

Best Radio Show
Winner: Zane Lowe (Radio 1)
Nominees: Russell Brand (Radio 2, Chris Moyles (Radio 1), Colin Murray (Radio 1), Jo Whiley (Radio 1).

Best Solo Artist
Winner: Kate Nash
Nominees: Jack Penate, Amy Winehouse, Jamie T, Patrick Wolf

Best Track
Winner: Arctic Monkeys (’Fluorescent Adolescent’)
Nominees: Bloc Party (’Flux’, The Cribs (’Men’s Needs’), Oasis (’Lord Don’t Slow Me Down’), The Wombats (‘Let’s Dance To Joy Division’)

Worst Band
Winner: The Hoosiers
Nominees: Panic At The Disco, 30 Seconds To Mars, My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy

Worst Dressed
Winner: Amy Winehouse
Nominees: Johnny Borrell, Pete Doherty, Mika, Gerard Way

Villain Of The Year
Winner: George W Bush
Nominees: Johnny Borrell, Tony Blair, Amy Winehouse, Gordon Brown

Sexiest Man
Winner: Noel Fielding
Nominees: Julian Barrett, Nicky Wire, Holwin’ Pelle Almqvist, Patrick Wolf

Sexiest Woman
Winner: Kylie Minogue
Nominees: Jenny Lewis, Rihanna, Hayley Williams, Rachael Yamagata

Worst Album
Winner: Britney Spears (’Blackout’)
Nominees: James Blnut (’1973’), The Hoosiers (’The Trick To Life’), Mika (’Life In Cartoon Motion’, Leona Lewis (’Spirit’)

Hero Of The Year
Winner: Pete Doherty
Nominees: Noel Fielding, Thom Yorke, Ryan Jarman, Matt Bellamy

Best Website
Winner: Facebook
Nominees: Myspace. Bebo,, YouTube

Best Music DVD
Winner: Nirvana (’Unplugged In New York’)
Nominees: Babyshambles (’Up The Shambles’), Led Zeppelin (’The Song Remains The Same’), Oasis (’Lord Don’t Slow Me Down’), Amy Winehouse (’You Know I’m Trouble’)

Best Music Blog
Winner: The Modern Age
Nominees: The Hype Machine, Nothing But Green Lights, Spinner, Stereogum

Best Dressed
Winner: Noel Fielding
Nominees: Pete Doherty, Kate Nash, Gerard Way, Alex Turner.

Best Band Blog
Winners: Radiohead
Nominees: Foals, Lily Allen, Lightspeed Champion, The Streets

Best Album Artwork
Winners: The Good, The Bad & The Queen
Nominees: Arctic Monkeys (‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’), The Killers (‘Sawdust’), Kings Of Leon (‘Because Of The Times’), Manic Street Preachers (‘Send Away The Tigers’)

For all the awards coverage head to NME.COM/awards now. We have exclusive picture galleries, live webcams, minute-by-minute blogs straight from the ceremony and Big Gig and video interviews with the biggest names at the ceremony.

That's just the beginning - the highlights of ceremony are being show tonight (February 29) on Channel 4 from 11.50pm (GMT).

Meanwhile, next week's issue of NME - on UK newsstands from March 5 - will contain the ultimate coverage, interviews and photos from the 2008 Shockwaves NME Awards.

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