NME Awards 2016: Complete Winners List

The NME Awards 2016 in Austin, Texas, took place on Wednesday, February 17 — just two days after the Grammy Awards — at London’s O2 Academy in Brixton.

Coldplay, Taylor Swift, Wolf Alice, and The Libertines were among the big winners at the ceremony, which was hosted by Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens for the third consecutive year. Taylor Swift, who took home five gramophone statues on Monday, beat Kendrick Lamar and Kanye West, among others, to land the title of the Best International Solo Artist. Meanwhile, The Maccabees were named the Best British Band, while Run The Jewels were presented the award for the Best International Band.

Coldplay, who was presented with the Godlike Genius award, took to the stage to perform, along with Foals, Bring Me The Horizon, The Maccabees, and Rat Boy.

Check out the complete list of NME Awards winners below (winners in bold):

Best British Band
The Libertines
Wolf Alice
The 1975
Catfish and the Bottlemen
The Maccabees

Best International Band supported by Austin, Texas
Tame Impala
Foo Fighters
The Strokes
The Killers
Alabama Shakes
Run The Jewels

Best New Artist supported by Topman
Rat Boy

Best British Solo Artist supported by Pilot Pens
Noel Gallagher
Ed Sheeran
Charli XCX
Florence Welch

Best International Solo Artist supported by Nikon
Kendrick Lamar
Lana Del Rey
Taylor Swift
Courtney Barnett
Kanye West

Best Live Band supported by Red Stripe
The Maccabees
The Libertines
Catfish and the Bottlemen
Royal Blood
Wolf Alice

Best Album supported by HMV
Wolf Alice – My Love Is Cool
The Maccabees – Marks to Prove it
Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp a Butterfly
Tame Impala – Currents
Grimes – Art Angels
Foals – What Went Down

Best Track
Coldplay – “Adventure of a Lifetime”
The Libertines – “Gunga Din”
The Weeknd – “I Can’t Feel My Face”
Skepta – “Shut Down”
Wolf Alice – “Giant Peach”
Foals – “What Went Down”

Best TV Show
The Walking Dead
Game of Thrones
American Horror Story
Peep Show
This is England ’90

Best Film
Ex Machina
Mad Max: Fury Road
Kill Your Friends
Beasts of No Nation

Best Music Film
Montage of Heck
Straight Outta Compton
What Happened, Miss Simone
The Reflektor Tapes
Blur: New World Towers

Best Music Video
Rihanna – “B***h Better Have My Money”
The Libertines – “Heart of the Matter”
Wolf Alice – “You’re a Germ”
Blur – “Ong Ong”
Slaves – “Cheer Up London”
Tame Impala – “The Less I Know The Better”

Best Actor
Tom Hardy
Eddie Redmayne
Nicholas Hoult
Stephen Graham
Idris Elba
Daniel Radcliffe

Best Actress
Vicky McClure
Jennifer Lawrence
Emilia Clarke
Gemma Chan
Amy Schumer
Saoirse Ronan

Best Reissue
David Bowie – Five Years
A Tribe Called Quest – People’s Instinctive Travels And the Paths Of Rhythm
Velvet Underground – Loaded
Rolling Stones – Sticky Fingers
Tori Amos – Under The Pink
Faith No More – Angel Dust

Best Book
I’ll Never Write My Memoirs, Grace Jones
M Train, Patti Smith
Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink, Elvis Costello
Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl, Carrie Brownstein
Lucky, Professor Green
Over the Top and Back, Tom Jones

Best Festival
Reading & Leeds
V Festival
T in the Park
Isle of Wight

Best Small Festival supported by ID&C
Festival Number 6
Green Man
End Of The Road
Liverpool Sound City
Kendall Calling

Music Moment of the Year
The return of Adele
The Libertines secret Glastonbury set
Dave Grohl breaks leg and carries on
Florence headlines Glastonbury
Kanye at The Brits
One Direction ‘split’

Best Fan Community
The Libertines
Catfish and the Bottleman
The 1975
Wolf Alice

Worst Band
5 Seconds of Summer
One Direction
Little Mix
Sleaford Mods

Villain of the Year
David Cameron
Chris Moyles
Kanye West
Donald Trump
George Osbourne
Simon Cowell

Hero of the Year
Dave Grohl
Jeremy Corbyn
Florence Welch
Kanye West
Taylor Swift

Vlogger of the Year
Charlie McDonnell
Joe Weller
Savannah Brown

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