Fatboy Slim's much-acclaimed 'Weapon Of Choice' video wins Best Video...

FATBOY SLIM and NEW ORDER were the big winners at last night’s (October 11) MUZIK MAGAZINE DANCE AWARDS.

The ceremony, which was held at The Arches venue in central London, saw Slim pick up the accolade of Best Video for ‘Weapon Of Choice’. The video features actor Christopher Walken dancing in time to the track, and has already won six MTV Video Awards.

Other big winners included Sasha, who was awarded Best DJ, Basement Jaxx who won Best Group, and seminal dance group New Order, who were acclaimed for Outstanding Achievement in Dance Music.

New Order were unable to pick up their award in person as they were performing the second of a three-night residency at the London Brixton Academy, but did film a special ‘thank you’ video, as well as making it to the aftershow party.

Speaking about his award, vocalist Bernard Sumner said: “I think we’ve only ever won three awards in our career so far and this is the third, thanks Muzik!”

This year’s winners were: ‘Best Producer’ – X-Press 2

Best Compilation – Stanton Warriors, ‘The Stanton Session’

Best New Artist – Zero 7

Best Website – Radio 1/dance

Best Radio Show – Nuphonic, London Xpress

Best Single – Rui Da Silva, ‘Touch Me’

Best Bedroom Bedlam DJ – James Zabiela

Best Ibiza Club – Subliminal & Underwater present Subliminal Sessions at Pacha

Best Remix – Stephane K & John Creamer, ‘Hide U’, Kosheen

Best Group – Basement Jaxx

Best Album – Felix Da Housecat – ‘Kittinz And Thee Glitz’

Best Underground Club – Shindig, Newcastle

Best Radio 1 Essential Mix – Sander Kleinenberg

Best Independent Record Label – Eukatech

Best Independent Record Shop – Plastic Fantastic, London

Best Ibiza Tune – Kings Of Tomorrow, ‘Finally’

Best Breakthrough DJ – Yousef

Best Event – Creamfields

Best Live Act – The Avalanches

Best Video – Fatboy Slim, ‘Weapon Of Choice’

Best Club – Colours, Scotland

Best Major Label – Virgin

Best DJ – Sasha

Caner Of The Year – Annie Nightingale

Outstanding Achievement In Dance Music – New Order