Awards History

Awards History

2015

Huw Stephens returned as presenter in 2015, being one of the few people to present the awards two years running. Presenter Huw Stephens Godlike Genius Suede Best British Band Kasabian Best...

2014

The 2014 NME Awards returned to Brixton Academy in South London and were hosted by Radio One DJ Huw Stephens. Presenter Huw Stephens   Godlike Genius Blondie Best British Band Arctic...

2013

The 2013 NME Awards were held at East London venue Troxy and saw Biffy Clyro win Best British Band, while Johnny Marr was named...

2012

2012's NME Awards were ones to remember with Noel Gallagher accepting the award for Godlike Genius saying: "To all the people down here who...

2011

Hosted by 'Shooting Stars' character Angelos Epithemiou, the awards were pretty rock-tastic with the Foo Fighters playing a two hour live set, after winning...

2010

Hosted by Jarvis Cocker (who can forget his 'motivational talk' or his hula hoop dancing?), this was possibly the slickest NME Awards so far. There...

2009

Dizzee gave a sweet acceptance speech, La Roux and Franz teamed up for Blondie's 'Call Me', we had blub over Damon and Graham reuniting...

2008

Mat Horne and James Corden hosted, Arctic Monkeys swept the board, Manic Street Preachers won the Godlike Genius Award and The Killers accepted their...

2007

From the starry attendees (Kate Moss, two-fifths of Girls Aloud) to the host (Lauren Laverne), things had got totally glam by 2007. There was...

2006

Kaiser Chiefs, The Strokes and Arctic Monkeys were the big winners, while Russell Brand graced us with his most excellent hosting presence. Watch him...
Advertisement