The Association of Independent Music Awards (AIM) were hosted on 3rd September at Camden Roundhouse, London.
The 2019 ceremony marked 20 years of the Association of Independent Music (AIM) with a successful night of winning artists such as Debbie Harry, Johnny Marr, Dave, Idles and newcomer Freya Ridings who has been taking the music scene by a storm. This is just a small number of winners, the awards show also had their first ever live show with headlines from guitarist Johnny Marr (former member of Smith).
Our Key Production team was welcomed at the show, we sponsored the "Best Difficult Second Album" Category. Our CEO Karen Emanuel went on stage to present the award with Let's Eat Grandma and IDLES won, it was incredible. ❤️
Many of the artists and labels we work with won awards, with BMG winning “Best Creative Packaging” in association with MCPS. The album that won was ‘Confessin’ The Blues’ compilation, curated by The Rolling Stones and released by BMG UK and proudly manufactured by Key!
Congratulations to Scruff of the Neck for winning the "Best Small Label" Award, in association with Proper Music Group.
Another huge congratulation to London/ Brooklyn based Partisan Records for "Best Independent Label" award, in association with [PIAS].
A huge congratulations to Freya Ridings who has been making a huge wave in the industry in the last year. She was the of winner of the PPL - Phonographic Performance Ltd Most Played award
The AIM awards were a huge success with live music and entertainment, you can check out more of the artists and winners on the AIM website.
Image Source: AIM Independent Music Awards Facebook