Radio_Head Awards handed out, Korben Dallas most successful

THE SIXTH year of the Radio_Head awards saw most of the accolades going to the band Korben Dallas: it received a total of three prizes out of five nominations, the SITA newswire wrote. The band won in the following categories: Concert Band/Performer of the Year, Album of the Year (Karnevalová Vrana) and Single of the Year (Otec).

THE SIXTH year of the Radio_Head awards saw most of the accolades going to the band Korben Dallas: it received a total of three prizes out of five nominations, the SITA newswire wrote. The band won in the following categories: Concert Band/Performer of the Year, Album of the Year (Karnevalová Vrana) and Single of the Year (Otec).

Singer Jana Kirschner garnered awards in the categories Album of the Year/Reviewers’ Award and the World Music/Folk (Moruša Biela). Newcomer of the Year went to the band Walter Schitzelsson and a new category, Musical Feat of the Year, was won by the ISCM New World Music Days Festival 2013. Several more awards were handed out in Stará Tržnica (Old Market Hall) in Bratislava, with the event hosted by Ego_FM, Tomáš Hudák and Juraj Tabaček.

The band Modré Hory (category Hip-Hop/Rap/R’n’B) recently recorded the sountrack to the new docuemtnary film Slovensko 2.0, which strives to sum up the feelings around the country’s 20 years of independence.

The Radio_Head Awards celebrate non-commercial music played on non-mainstream radio stations, and in 2014, they were awarded for the sixth time.


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