2012 Scottish Album of the Year award Revealed
Friday, May 31st, 2013 at
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2012 Scottish Album of the Year Award: The shortlist award for this year has been revealed. Django Django, Paul Buchanan and The Twilight Sad make 10-album shortlist in award’s second year – plus Spotify playlist.
The awards take a look back at the best music produced by Scottish artists in 2012, with a £20 000 prize for the winner and £1000 for each of the shortlisted runners-up. This is the second year of the SAY Awards. The winning album of the first 2011 awards was awarded to Aidan Moffat and Bill Wells for Everyone’s Getting Older.
The winner of the 2012 award will be announced at a ceremony at Glasgow Barrowlands on Thu 20 Jun. Check out the 2012 Scottish Album of the Year award shortlist as follows:
- Admiral Fallow – Tree Bursts In Snow
- Django Django – Django Django
- Human Don’t Be Angry – Human Don’t Be Angry
- Karine Polwart – Traces
- Lau – Race The Loser
- Meursault – Something For The Weakened
- Paul Buchanan – Mid Air
- RM Hubbert – Thirteen Lost & Found
- Stanley Odd – Reject
- The Twilight Sad – No One Can Ever Know (Public Vote winner)
The judging panel included: Douglas Anderson (author/broadcaster/writer), Christopher Brookmyre (author), Stewart Cruickshank (radio producer), Tom Doyle (author/lournalist), Douglas Gordon (visual artist), Kate Molleson (journalist), Joe Muggs (journalist/A&R), Jude Rogers (journalist), Tjinder Singh (Cornershop; Ample Play Records), Rebecca Vasmant (DJ/producer) and Sue Wilson (journalist).
Tags: . Django Django, 2012 Scottish Album of the Year Award, Admiral Fallow, Aidan Moffat, Bill Wells, Glasgow Barrowlands, Paul Buchanan, Rebecca Vasmant, The Twilight Sad
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