The inaugural ceremony also honours Madonna's Brixton Academy webcast and Daft Punk's online innovation...

RADIOHEAD have triumphed at the NME.COM NETSOUNDS AWARDS this afternoon (May 2), scooping the gong for Best Artist Website for

The inaugural Awards, held during the opening day of the second annual NetSounds online music conference at London Hilton, honoured 11 websites.

Madonna‘s record-breaking Brixton Academy webcast last year, through [url=], was hailed Music Web Event.

Radiohead were up against Ash‘s official site (Hole’s official site ( in the category that marked the effectiveness of bands’ communication with their fans.

Gorillaz‘ online marketing campaign won over Craig David and Daft Punk.

Daft Punk, however, scooped the award for Online Innovation, in which Blur‘s project was also nominated.

Other winners were:

[url=] – Online Specialist Music Retailer

[url=] – Online Music Retailer

[url=] – Independent Record Company Website

[url=] – Major Record Website

[url=] – Music Website Design

[url=]www.mtv.comMTVi – International Music Website

[url=] – UK Music Website