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The 33rd Annual International Dance Music Awards Announce Nominees at Miami Music Week

Ariana O'Keefe

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As Miami’s iconic Music Week is just around the corner, dance music enthusiasts are over the moon to celebrate the 33rd annual International Dance Music Awards (IDMA) amidst the plethora of grandiose festivities taking place all week long.

With voting officially closed, the public has had their deciding say in who will represent the starlit IDMA spectrum of talent across the electronic industry throughout another spectacular year. All nominees were determined by Viberate; the world’s biggest crowdsourced platform for listing and mapping the live music industry, and by The IDMA Advisory Board; a panel comprised of major players within the electronic music community including notable artists, managers, agents, publicists and promoters.

Amping up the thrills of the 34th annual Winter Music Conference is a conversation that simply cannot be missed. From being one of the NBA’s most most dominant players of all time, to crossing over to the dance music scene as alter ego DJ Diesel, the legendary Shaquille O’Neal is gearing up to take the stage with managers Joe Silberzweig & Adam Richman. Diving into the evolution of his “Shaq’s Fun House” brand among other enticing subjects, this is yet another tremendous event to top off WMC’s monumental return to South Beach.

In tandem with this year’s Winter Music Conference that take place in the extraordinary Faena District, the IDMAs generate over two million votes annually from music enthusiasts in 209 countries and territories to recognize and honor exceptional achievements in various award categories.

See for yourself and read on about the IDMAs outstanding nominees in full! For more information on the IDMAs and WMC visit https://wintermusicconference.com

Breakthrough Artist Of The Year

Alison Wonderland

Fisher

Loud Luxury

Peggy Gou

San Holo

Best Pop/Electronic Album

Above & Beyond ‘Common Ground’

Alison Wonderland ‘Awake’

David Guetta ‘7’

Rufus Du Sol ‘Solace’

Sofi Tukker ‘Treehouse’

Best Electronic Album

Against All Logic ‘2012-2017’

DJ Koze ‘Knock Knock’

John Hopkins ‘Singularity’

Rezz ‘Certain Kind Of Magic’

San Holo ‘Album1’

Best Pop/Electronic Song

Feenixpawl ‘Neon Sky’

Loud Luxury ‘Body’

Marshmello ‘Happier’

Silk City & Dua Lipa ‘Electricity’

Tiesto & Post Malone ‘Jackie Chan’

Best Electronic Song

Adam Beyer ‘Losing My Mind’

Camelphat & Au/Ra ‘Panic Room’

Fisher ‘Losing It’

DJ Koze ‘Pick Up’

Peggy Gou ‘It Makes You Forget’

Best Remix

Bicep ‘Opal’ (Four Tet Remix)

Charlie Puth ‘How Long’ (EDX Remix)

Fatboy Slim ‘Praise You’ (Purple Disco Machine Remix)

Halsey ‘Without Me’ (Illenium Remix)

Lou Rawls ‘You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine’ (Frankie Knuckles, Kenny Summit

& Eric Kupper Remix)

Best Label

Anjunabeats

Armada

Monstercat

Spinnin

Ultra Music

Best Club

Avant Gardner / Brooklyn Mirage, New York

Bootshaus, Cologne

Printworks, London

Sound, Los Angeles

Space, Miami

Best Festival

Electric Forest

Electric Daisy Carnival

Movement

Tomorrowland

Ultra

Best Podcast/Radio Show

Armin Van Buuren ‘A State Of Trance’

Tiësto ‘Club Life’

Pete Tong BBC Radio 1

Nora En Pure ‘Purified’

Monstercat ‘Call Of The Wild’

Best Radio Station

BBC Radio 1

Evolution iHeartRadio

KNHC C89.5 Seattle

Rinsed FM

SiriusXM BPM

Best Streaming Service

Amazon

Apple Music

Pandora

Soundcloud

Spotify

Best Youtube Channel

Majestic Casual

Monstercat

Mr. Suicide Sheep

Proximity

Spinnin TV

Best DJ Equipment Manufacturer

Allen & Heath

Denon

Native Instruments

Pioneer

Technics

Best DAW

Ableton Live 10

FL Studio

Logic Pro

Pro Tools

Steinberg Cubase

***Artist Categories powered by Viberate***

Best Male Artist (Pop/Electronic)

Alok

DJ Snake

Marshmello

Martin Garrix

The Chainsmokers

Best Female Artist (Pop/Electronic)

Grimes

Juicy M

Krewella

NERVO

Tigerlily

Best Male Artist (Techno)

Adam Beyer

Boris Brejcha

Carl Cox

Richie Hawtin

Stephan Bodzin

Best Female Artist (Techno)

Amelie Lens

Charlotte De Witte

Deborah De Luca

Monika Kruse

Nina Kraviz

Best Male Artist (House)

Claptone

Disclosure

Duke Dumont

Kungs

Vintage Culture

Best Female Artist (House)

Honey Dijon

Maya Jane Coles

Nora En Pure

Peggy Gou

The Black Madonna

Best Male Artist (Bass)

Baauer

Illenium

Louis The Child

RL Grime

San Holo

Best Female Artist (Bass)

Alison Wonderland

Alluxe

Huxley Anne

Lady Bee

REZZ

Best Male Artist (Trance)

Above & Beyond

Armin Van Buuren

Gareth Emery

Markus Schulz

Paul Van Dyk

Best Female Artist (Trance)

Christina Novelli

Maria Healy

Nathia Kate

Nitra

Orla Feeney

Best Male Artist (Drum n’ Bass)

Andy C

Chase & Status

Delta Heavy

Hybrid Minds

Noisia

Best Female Artist (Drum n’ Bass)

DJ Rap

DJ Storm

Djinn

Kyrist

Mollie Collins

Best Male Artist (Downtempo)

Bonobo

Emancipator

Kaytranada

Petit Biscuit

Thievery Corporation

Best Female Artist (Downtempo)

Emika

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith

Lil Bo Weep

Sister Bliss

TOKiMONSTA

Best Male Artist (Hardstyle)

Angerfist

Brennan Heart

Coone

Headhunterz

Wildstylez

Best Female Artist (Hardstyle)

AniMe

DJ Stephanie

Korsakoff

Lady Faith

Miss K8

From her first concert at 10 years old, Ariana's number one thing in life has always been music. Now, at age 24, she has found her passion within the EDM industry. Ariana grew up in the Boston area and moved to Florida where she graduated from Rollins College in Orlando. Inspired by DJ/Producers making their dreams come true and by sensational performances at EDM festivals around the world, Ariana is thrilled to be on the road to living out her dreams.

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