Inaugural Electronic Music Awards Nominees Revealed
The first-ever Electronic Music Awards will take place on April 14 at the SLS Hotel in Los Angeles and air Saturday, April 23, on Fox.
While dance music offers an intoxicating backdrop, the genre is steadily moving to the forefront. The first-ever Electronic Music Awards will take place on April 14 at the SLS Hotel in Los Angeles and air Saturday, April 23, on Fox, inviting in newbie fans and those who loved club songs wayyy before Justin Bieber started showing up on the Billboard dance charts.
"Where Are U Now" collaborators Skrillex and Diplo are among the hitmakers who received nominations in the awards show’s seven categories, which include single of the year, album of the year, radio show of the year, festival of the year, DJ of the year, best new artist and best club of the year.
Calvin Harris and Galantis grab two nominations for single and album of the year. Welcome newcomers Kygo and DJ Snake, meanwhile, face off with the vets for single of the year while also impressively being up for best new artist.
The Electronic Music Awards will also feature red carpet coverage, interviews and a live performance lineup that is still to be announced.
Check out the full list of nominees below:
Single of the Year
Calvin Harris & Disciples – How Deep is Your Love
The Chainsmokers – Roses (feat. ROZES)
Galantis – Runaway (U & I)
Kygo – Stole the Show (feat. Parson James)
Major Lazer & DJ Snake – Lean On (feat. MØ)
Album of the Year
AlinaBaraz & Galimatias – Urban Flora
Calvin Harris – Motion
Disclosure – Caracal
Galantis – Pharmacy
Jamie xx – In Colour
Radio Show of the Year
BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix
BPM with Geronimo – Sirius XM
Danny Howard – BBC Radio 1’s Dance Anthems
Diplo and Friends – BBC Radio 1Xtra
Jason Bentley – Morning Becomes Eclectic – KCRW
Festival of the Year
Creamfields – Daresbury, England
Electric Daisy Carnival – Las Vegas, USA
Sonar – Barcelona, Spain
The BPM Festival – Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Ultra Music Festival – Miami, USA
DJ of the Year
Best New Artist
Best Club of the Year
This article originally appeared on billboard.com.