Estonian Music Awards: Kõrsikud, Facelift Deer, Both Presenters Win ({{commentsTotal}})

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In a ceremony where everyone seemed to win an award - even the evening's presenters - Lenna, Iiris and Põhja-Tallinn came up big last night.

Põhja-Tallinn, who won the Best Band, Best Debut and Best Hip-Hop/Rap Albums awards last year, had to settle for only the latter category this time around.

The evening's female presenter Birgit Õigemeel, who represented Estonia at last year's Eurovision contest, was named Best Female Artist, while the band Zetod, led by co-host Jalmar Vabarna, received the Best Ethno/Folk Album title.

The complete list of 2014 winners:

Best Album – Lenna “Teine”

Best Band – Kõrsikud “Heli jälgedes”

Best Debut Album – Facelift Deer “Facelift Deer”

Best Male Artist – Leslie Da Bass “Times New Roman”

Best Female Artist – Birgit Õigemeel “Uus algus”

Best Ethno/Folk Album – Zetod “Lätsi kõrtsu”

Best Classical Music Album – Vivit! “Max Regeri ja Rudolf Tobiase koorimuusika”

Best Jazz Album – Hedvig Hanson “Esmahetked”

Best Electronica Album – Leslie Da Bass “Times New Roman”

Best Alternative/Indie Album – Kali Briis “Say Whaat?”

Best Metal Album – Talbot “Scaled”

Best Rock Album – Facelift Deer “Facelift Deer”

Best Pop Album – HU? “Bermuda”

Best Hip-Hop/Rap/R'n'b Album – Põhja-Tallinn “Maailm meid saadab”

Best Music Video – Iiris “Tigerhead”

Best Album Design – Pastacas “Yaki-Läki”

Best Folksy Album – Kõrsikud “Sinu südames”

Best Song – Winny Puhh “Meiecundimees üks Korsakov läks eile Lätti”

Contribution to Estonian Music Award – Anne Veski



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