Check out all the behind-the-scenes action from London's O2 Academy Brixton.
With Yoko Ono, Coldplay and The Libertines all collecting prizes, our snappers were out in force at the O2 Academy Brixton capturing all the rock’n’roll shenanigans of the NME Awards 2016 With Austin, Texas. Here’s a selection of the best behind-the-scenes photographs from the night.
Ratboy gets the party started on his table - not one to waste a moment of drinking time, clearly.
Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore, here to present Yoko Ono with her Innovation Award, receives a peck on the cheek.
Slaves and Wolf Alice give us #squadgoals.
After jetting in from The Grammys, the NME Awards 2016 with Austin, Texas was the second awards bash of the week for Wolf Alice - they refused to let jet lag spoil the fun, which was great news for us all.
Ellie from Wolf Alice shows us her selfie face.
Here's Ratboy instigating a drink-off...
Kaiser Chiefs' Ricky Wilson shows us his pearly whites.
Sunflower Bean pose for a photo before taking their seats.
This Is England director Shane Meadows is clearly pleased to meet this person in a fur coat.
BBC Radio 1's Clara Amfo looks a little freaked out by whoever's touching her shoulder...
Here to receive the NME Inspiration Award, the legendary Yoko Ono answers questions on the red carpet.
Well, wouldn't you try to grab a selfie with Carl Barât?
Someone just asked Michael Eavis if he'd spill the beans on this year's final two Glastonbury headliners.
NME editor Mike Williams delivers a rousing speech to kickstart the NME Awards 2016 with Austin, Texas.
Coldplay pose backstage with their Godlike Genius trophies.
Kylie Minogue was present to announce Coldplay as NME's 2016 Godlike Genius. Here the two music forces unite for a power picture.
NME's Mike Williams takes to the stage to this introduce the NME Awards 2016 with Austin, Texas.
BBC Radio 1's Huw Stephens serves as our host at the NME Awards 2016 with Austin, Texas.
There was a moving and fitting tribute to the late, great David Bowie too.
Blur guitarist Graham Coxon enters the NME photo room following his acceptance of the Best Music Film Award for Blur's 'New World Towers'.
And here's the Libertines – minus Pete – following their acceptance of Music Moment Of The Year Award.
Krept & Konan strike a pose for the NME snapper.
The Libs + Blur's Graham Coxon = British Indie Dream
Wolf Alice pose after winning yet another NME award. Fancy letting anyone else win anytime soon, guys?
Carl from The Libertines compares notes with award-winner Slaves.
Wolf Alice were then ushered to our TV cameras for an interview about their Awards success, naturally quite happy to talk about their successes that night.
Comedian Katherine Ryan was next to pose for Dean Chalkley's lens.
Charli XCX and Lilah Parsons take a selfie in the Green Room.
Charli XCX brought the waves to the photo room.
Here's a clearly-delighted Bring Me The Horizon en route to the stage to collect their NME Innovation award - Oli Sykes must've been feeling the cold if he needed to keep his hood up the entire time.
The crowd rose as one - well, mostly - to salute Rat Boy winning Best New Artist.
Vicky McClure - who also bagged Best Actress - leads the way to the stage for the cast and crew of This Is England '90.
Yoko smiles at the specially-made VT prior to accepting her NME Inspiration award.
It's only bloody Kylie Minogue!
The Maccabees' Hugo White keeps his band's award at arms distance from drummer Sam Doyle.
Here comes the lady of the moment!
Spot the Minogue - hint, she's the radiant pop star sat on this particular table.
Hands up if you're having a sweet time!
Best-dressed of the night surely had to go to Glastonbury godfather Michael Eavis - look at those farmer's shorts!
Rat Boy makes his way to the stage, drenched in champagne - hope his mum's got strong-working detergent to get those stains out.
Thanks for giving us the finger, Hugo.
Now Rat Boy's giving us the finger - was it something we said?
The Slaves boys fancied a better vantage point during the show - what you doing with that statue, Laurie?
The duo then took the time to sign our Green Room sketch pad - let's hope they didn't stitch us up with their doodling.
Signing duties over, Laurie then spent a bit of time hanging out with Ellie from Wolf Alice.
Charli XCX just couldn't leave her stamp collection at home.
Rat Boy doesn't do conventional sitting - it's all about standing on your chair at the Cardy household.
Here's Chris Martin taking notes from Bring Me The Horizon's Oli Sykes - sadly, the Coldplay man didn't take a leaf out of Sykes' book for their Godlike performance later on.
What a night! Same time next year, yeah?