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The SAY Awards 2013

The Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award is an ambitious national prize established to reward and promote the diversity and creativity of music and art in Scotland. Developed by the Scottish Music Industry Association, in partnership with Creative Scotland, the award recognises the most outstanding albums released by Scottish artists in 2012.

The SAY Award will place its focus on artistic merit rather than sales history, genre or label affiliation, offering £20,000 to the winning album and £1,000 to each of the nine runners-up.

Employing a progressive format and a clear commitment to engage with all sectors of the music industry, the award will provide a unique platform from which Scotland’s finest albums can be championed. The relationship between music and art is recognised too, with a £20,000 art commission offered to graduates from Scotland’s four principal art schools.

Longlisted Albums for 2013 SAY Award:

Admiral Fallow – ‘Tree Bursts In Snow’

Auntie Flo – ‘Future Rhythm Machine’

Calvin Harris – ’18 Months’

Dam Mantle – ‘Brothers Fowl’

Django Django – ‘Django Django’

Duncan Chisholm -’Affric

Emeli Sandé – ‘Our Version of Events’

Errors – ‘Have Some Faith In Magic’

Human Don’t Be Angry – ‘Human Don’t Be Angry’

Karine Polwart – ‘Traces’

Konrad Wiszniewski & Euan Stevenson – ‘New Focus’

Lau – ‘Race The Loser’

Meursault – ‘Something For The Weakened’

Miaoux Miaoux – ‘Light of the North’

Paul Buchanan – ‘Mid Air’

PAWS – ‘Cokefloat!’

RM Hubbert – ‘Thirteen Lost & Found’

Stanley Odd – ‘Reject’

The Twilight Sad – ‘No One Can Ever Know’

The Unwinding Hours – ‘Afterlives’


For more information on the Scottish Album of the Year Award click here.




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