Winners Announced For DD Mag’s Best Of British Awards 2017


Winners Announced For DD Mag’s Best Of British Awards 2017

The winners of DJ Magazine's Best of British Awards 2017 educated by Point Blank were announced last night at the awards party at EGG LDN, powered by Relentless Energy Drink with wins for Hannah Wants (Best DJ), Maya Jane Coles (Best Producer and Best Album), Bicep (Best Track), (Ninja Tune (Best Label), Mr.G (Best Live Act), Pete Tong Presents Ibiza Classics (Best Instrumental Ensemble), Carl Cox (Best DJ Mag HQ DJ Set), Printworks (Best Club Series), Special Request (Best Compilation), Coldcut (Outstanding Contribution), and many more. Please see below for the full list of award winners.

DJ Magazine's annual Best of British Awards 2017 is a celebration of the UK’s underground electronic music scene and is now in its ninth year. Positioned as a counter-balance to the global DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll, Best of British shines the spotlight on UK talent, be they DJs, producers, live acts, ensembles, MCs or labels, clubs, venues, festivals, albums, compilations, tracks, remixes, or live streams.

The Best of British Awards Party powered by Relentless Energy Drink featured sets from Solardo, Hannah Wants, DJ Boring, DJ Haus, Mr. G (live), Seb Zito, Special Request, Hatcha, and more.

This year’s Best Of British Awards nominees included Sasha & Digweed, Andy C, Goldie, Ben UFO, Camelphat & Elderbrook, Mollie Collins, Denis Sulta, Dusky, Zed Bias and many more.

2016’s winners included Fabric collecting two awards for Best Large Club, and Innovation & Excellence (with Craig Richards also winning Best Resident). Carl Cox was awarded Outstanding Contribution, Annie Nightingale was voted Soldier Of The Scene, DJ EZ picked up Best DJ, The Warehouse Project was awarded Best Club Series, Dusky were chosen as Best Live Act, Lady Leshurr was voted 2016’s Best MC, while Best Live Stream went to Groove Armada.

The Best of British awards features British talent that has made considerable waves over the past 12 months. Each year, DJ Mag’s editorial team choose the 5 nominees for each category before giving the UK’s clubbers and electronic music fans a chance to make their voices heard via a public vote.

Full Results For DJ Mag’s Best of British Awards 2017, educated by Point Blank

Best DJ
Hannah Wants

Best DJ Duo

Breakthrough DJ

Best Resident DJ
DJ Harvey

Best Live Act

Best Instrumental Ensemble
Pete Tong presents Ibiza Classics

Best Producer
Maya Jane Coles

Breakthrough Producer

Best Label
Ninja Tune

Breakthrough Label
Warehouse Music

Best Small Club
Sub Club, Glasgow

Best Large Club

Best Club Night
Artwork Presents Art’s House

Best Club Series

Best Dance Festival
Junction 2

Best Boutique Festival
Lost Village

Best Album
Maya Jane Coles ‘Take Flight’

Best Compilation
'Fabriclive 91: Special Request' [Fabric Records]

Best Track
Bicep 'Glue' [Ninja Tune]

Best Remix
Mumdance & Logos 'Move Your Body (Perc & Truss Remix)' [Tectonic Recordings]

Best MC
AJ Tracey

Soldier of the Scene
Luke Solomon

Best DJ Mag Bunker Set
Hatcha (Hatcha & Friends)

Best DJ Mag HQ Set
Carl Cox

Outstanding Contribution

Innovation & Excellence
Block 9