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The Australasian Performing Right Association Awards of 2013 (generally known as APRA Awards) are a series of related awards which include the APRA Music Awards, Art Music Awards, and Screen Music Awards. The APRA Music Awards of 2013 was the 31st annual ceremony by the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) and the Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society (AMCOS) to award outstanding achievements in contemporary songwriting, composing and publishing.[1] The ceremony was held on 17 June 2013 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.[2]

APRA Music Awards of 2013
Date28 May 2012 (2012-05-28)
LocationSydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
Hosted byMissy Higgins, Jonathan Biggins
Websiteapra-amcos.com.au/2012APRAMusicAwards/index.html

The Art Music Awards were distributed on 26 August at the NIDA Parade Theatre, Sydney.[3] They are sponsored by APRA and the Australian Music Centre (AMC) to "recognise achievement in the composition, performance, education and presentation of Australian music".[4] The Screen Music Awards were issued on 9 December by APRA and Australian Guild of Screen Composers (AGSC),[5] which "acknowledges excellence and innovation in the genre of screen composition".[6]

On 23 May nominations for the APRA Music Awards were announced on multiple news sources, with Matthew Calwell aka 360 being the most nominated artist.[2][7][8] Hosts for the 2013 APRA Music Awards were Clare Bowditch and Jonathan Biggins.[2][8][9] A total of 14 awards were presented.[10][11] The Seekers were honoured with the Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music.[12][11][13] Gotye (aka Wally de Backer), Tame Impala and Sia were described by the Australian Recording Industry Association as "big winners".[12] The APRA Music Awards ceremony highlights were broadcast on the MAX network on 26 June 2013.[14]

Contents

PresentersEdit

At the APRA Music Awards, aside from the hosts, Clare Bowditch and Jonathan Biggins, the presenters were Gotye, Jenny Morris, Bert Newton and Michael Gudinski.[2][15]

PerformancesEdit

The APRA Music Awards ceremony showcased performances by:[2][15]

APRA Music AwardsEdit

Blues & Roots Work of the YearEdit

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[10][16]
"Black Dog Blues" – Russell Morris James Keays, Russell Morris N/A Nominated
"The Devil's Sake" – Lanie Lane Lanie Lane Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"Like Me Meaner" – Lanie Lane Lanie Lane Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"Longtime" – Ash Grunwald Ash Grunwald, Colin O'Reilly Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Won
"Love Letter" – Clairy Browne & The Bangin' Rackettes Clairy Browne, Darcy McNulty, Steve Schram Native Tongue Music Publishing Nominated

Breakthrough Songwriter of the YearEdit

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[10][17]
DNA Anthony Egizii, David Musumecia EMI Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
Drapht David Rankine, Paul Ridge Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd obo Blue Max Music Publishing / Kobalt Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
360, Styalz Fuego Matthew Colwell, Kaelyn Behr Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd, Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L Won
Alpine Phoebe Baker, Louisa James, Ryan Lamb, Christian O'Brien, Timothy Royall, Phillip Tucker Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
Seth Sentry Seth Marton, Stephen Mowat Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
Yung Warriors Tjimba Possum-Burns, Danny Ramzan N/A Nominated

Country Work of the YearEdit

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[10][18]
"Charlestown Road" – Catherine Britt Catherine Britt Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"Country Is" – Troy Cassar-Daley Colin Buchanan, Troy Cassar-Daley Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd / Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"Country Proud" – McAlister Kemp Troy Kemp, Drew McAlister, Steven Tassone ABC Music Publishing, Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo Ole Media Management LP I Nominated
"Piece of Me" – The McClymonts Samantha McClymont, Frank Myers, Lindsay Rimes EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd / Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Won
"Waitress" – Beccy Cole Beccy Cole ABC Music Publishing Nominated

Dance Work of the YearEdit

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[10][19]
"Coming Alive" – Vandalism & Ikid Ilan Kidron, Andrew Van Dorsselaer, Cassandra Van Dorsselaer Kobalt Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
"Feed Off Me" – The Potbelleez David Greene, Ilan Kidron, Marisa Lock, Paul Mac, Jonathan Murphy, Justin Shave Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo MCDJ Music, Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"In My Mind" – Feenixpawl & Ivan Gough featuring Georgi Kay Aden Forte, Ivan Gough, Georgi Kay, Joshua Soon Sony / ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd / Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo Meleva Music Won
"Like a Girl in Love" – Elen Levon Jamie Appleby, Melinda Appleby Universal Music Publishing MGB Australia Nominated
"Really Want to See You Again" – Sneaky Sound System Angus McDonald, Connie Mitchell N/A Nominated

International Work of the YearEdit

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[10][20]
"Call Me Maybe" – Carly Rae Jepsen Tavish Crowe, Carly Rae Jepsen, Joshua Ramsay Crowe Music Publishing / Universal/MCA Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo Jepsen Music Publishing Won
"Lego House" – Ed Sheeran Jake Gosling, Christopher Leonard, Edward Sheeran David Platz Music (Australia) Pty Ltd obo BDI Music Limited / Warner/Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd obo Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Limited / Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Sony/ATV Music Publishing (UK) Limited Nominated
"Lonely Boy" – The Black Keys Dan Auerbach, Patrick Carney, Brian Burton Gaga Music Pty Ltd obo McMoore McLesst Publishing / Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo Sweet Nominated
"Paradise" – Coldplay Guy Berryman, Jonathan Buckland, William Champion, Brian Eno, Chris Martin Universal Music Publishing MGB Australia obo Universal Music Publishing MGB Limited / Frankdon Music Pty Ltd obo Opal Music (GB 1) Nominated
"We Are Young" – Fun featuring Janelle Monáe Jack Antonoff, Jeffrey Bhaske, Andrew Dost, Nathaniel Ruess Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Shira Lee Lawrence Rick Music / Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Way Above Music / Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Rough Art / Warner/Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd obo WB Music Corp, Bearvon Music and FBR Music Nominated

Most Played Australian WorkEdit

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[10][21]
"Boys like You" – 360 featuring Gossling Kaelyn Behr, Matthew Colwell, Francis Jones, Bradford Pinto, Jack Revens Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L / Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"Don't Worry Be Happy" – Guy Sebastian Guy Sebastian Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"I Love It" – Hilltop Hoods featuring Sia Barry Francis, Matthew Lambert, Daniel Smith, Sia Furler Sony?ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd, EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd obo EMI Music Publishing Ltd Nominated
"Set It Off" – Timomatic Anthony Egizii, David Musumeci, Tim Omaji EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Won
"Sitting on Top of the World" – Delta Goodrem Delta Goodrem, John Shanks Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L / Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Tone Ranger Music and Native Tongue Music Publishing obo Imagem Music NL Nominated


Most Played Australia Work OverseasEdit

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[10][22]
"Somebody That I Used To Know" – Gotye featuring Kimbra Wally de Backer, Luiz Bonfa J Albert and Son Pty Ltd obo Op Shop Songs Pty Ltd and Kobalt Music Publishing Australia P/L, Warner/Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd Won

Rock Work of the YearEdit

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[10][23]
"Follow the Sun" – Evermore Daniel Hume, Jon Hume, Peter Hume Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Second Pressing Pty Ltd Nominated
"For Another Day" – The Living End Chris Cheney Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"My Gun" – The Rubens Scott Baldwin, Elliott Margin, Izaac Margin, Samuel Margin, David Kahne Mushroom Music Pty Ltd / Kobalt Music Publishing Australia P/L obo E Equals Music Won
"Passerby" – Grinspoon Pat Davern, Phil Jamieson EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
"This Fire" – Birds of Tokyo Ian Berney, Ian Kenny, Glen Sarangapany, Adam Spark, Adam Weston Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated

Song of the YearEdit

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[10][24]
"Elephant" – Tame Impala Kevin Parker, Jay Watson Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L Nominated
"Feels Like We Only Go Backwards" – Tame Impala Kevin Parker Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L Won
"Get Along" – Guy Sebastian Guy Sebastian Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"History Eraser" – Courtney Barnett Courtney Barnett N/A Nominated
"When the Moment Comes" – Mia Dyson Mia Dyson N/A Nominated

Urban Work of the YearEdit

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[10][25]
"Boys Like You" – 360 featuring Gossling Kaelyn Behr,Matthew Colwell, Francis Jones, Bradford Pinto, Jack Revens Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L/ Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"Child" – 360 Kaelyn Behr,Matthew Colwell Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L/ Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"I Love It" – Hilltop Hoods featuring Sia Barry Francis, Matthew Lambert, Daniel Smith, Sia Furler Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L / EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd obo EMI Music Publishing Ltd Won
"In My Mind (Part 2)" – Flo Rida Tramar Dillard, Aden Forte, Ivan Gough,Georgi Kay, Joshua Soon Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L obo Sony/ATV Tunes LLC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia P/L, Sony/ATV Music Publ Allegro (AUST) P/L obo PeppermintBlue Publishing Nominated
"Speaking in Tongues" – Hilltop Hoods featuring Chali 2na Barry Francis, Matthew Lambert, Daniel Smith, Charles Stewart Sony, ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated

Songwriter of the YearEdit

Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian MusicEdit

Art Music AwardsEdit

Work of the Year – InstrumentalEdit

Title Composer Performer Result
[28][29]
Bright Birds Damian Barbeler Stephen Emmerson and Sonya Lifschitz Nominated
Dark Nebulae Lachlan Skipworth Khasm Quartet Nominated
Falling Mary Finsterer Paul Grabowsky and Gabriella Smart Nominated
"String Quintet" Gordon Kerry Kuss Quartet with Naoko Shimizu Won

Work of the Year – JazzEdit

Title Composer Performer Result
[28][30]
Anda Two Marc Hannaford The Marc Hannaford Trio Won
Meditations on Light Andrea Keller Andrea Keller Quartet and No Tango Quartet Nominated
Meetings at the Table of Time Sandy Evans Members of the Australian Art Orchestra and the Sruthi Laya Ensemble Nominated
The World Rushes On Alice Humphries Ecila Ensemble Nominated

Work of the Year – OrchestralEdit

Title Composer Performer Result
[28][31]
Blitz Andrew Ford Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Marko Letonja (conductor) Nominated
Fire Music Brett Dean Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Brett Dean (conductor) Won
Full Moon Dances Ross Edwards Sydney Symphony, Miguel Harth-Bedoya (conductor), Amy Dickson (saxophone) Nominated
Piano Concerto No 2 Carl Vine Sydney Symphony, Hugh Wolff (conductor), Piers Lane (piano) Nominated

Work of the Year – Vocal or ChoralEdit

Title Composer / librettist Performer Result
[28][32]
Conversations with Ghosts James Ledger, Dan Kelly, Paul Kelly, Emily Dickinson, Norman MacCaig, Les Murray, Kenneth Slessor, Lord Alfred Tennyson, Judith Wright, W.B. Yeats Paul Kelly, James Ledger, Genevieve Lacey and musicians from Australian National Academy of Music Nominated
The Domestic Sublime Katy Abbott, Chris Wallace-Crabbe Greta Bradman (soprano), Leigh Harrold (piano) Nominated
Heritage in Song Stephen Leek, Lyn Williams, Andrew Walsh Sydney Children's Choir, Lyn Williams (conductor) Won
We Apologise Robert Davidson The Australian Voices, Gordon Hamilton (conductor) Nominated

Performance of the YearEdit

Title Composer / librettist Performer Result
[28][33]
Bénédiction d’un conquérant: for Symphony Orchestra Andrián Pertout Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Frederic Chaslin (conductor) Nominated
The Drumfire was incessant, and continued all night with unabated fury… Andrew Harrison Zubin Kanga Nominated
Im Winde Gordon Kerry Trio Dali Nominated
Meetings at the Table of Time Sandy Evans Members of the Australian Art Orchestra and the Sruthi Laya Ensemble Won

Award for Excellence by an IndividualEdit

Individual Work Result
[28][34]
Cat Hope Supporting and growing new music in Western Australia Nominated
Danielle Bentley Dedication and commitment to Australian art music and chamber music Won
David Young 20 years of commissioning, curating and producing new Australian art music Nominated
Zubin Kanga Spectrum Nominated

Award for Excellence by an OrganisationEdit

Organisation Work Result
[28][35]
Acacia Quartet Blue Silence Nominated
Soundstream Adelaide New Music Festival Won
Speak Percussion 2012 Artistic Program Nominated
Tura New Music and the Australian Chamber Orchestra Reef Tour 2012 Nominated

Award for Excellence in Music EducationEdit

Organisation / individual Work Result
[28][36]
Gondwana Choirs Choral Training Programs 2012 Nominated
James Humberstone Cycles & Circles education program Nominated
New England Conservatorium of Music New England Sings! Won
Speak Percussion 2012 education programs Nominated

Award for Excellence in a Regional AreaEdit

Organisation / individual Work Result
[28][37]
Gondwana Choirs Cairns Gondwana Indigenous Children's Choir Nominated
Tammy Brennan, Sofie Loizou, Barton Staggs Confined Nominated
Tura New Music and the Australian Chamber Orchestra Reef Tour 2012 Nominated
The Wired Lab and Country Arts South Australia Southern Encounter Won

Award for Excellence in Experimental MusicEdit

Organisation / individual Work Result[28][38]
Daniel Blinkhorn frostbYte – triptych Nominated
Decibel 2012 Program Nominated
Super Critical Mass 2012 activities Nominated
The Wired Lab and Country Arts South Australia Southern Encounter Won

Award for Excellence in JazzEdit

Organisation / individual Work Result
[28][39]
Jamie Oehlers Recording, touring and educational achievements in 2012 Won
Jeremy Rose Excellence in Jazz Nominated
Quentin Angus Composition, performance and career development Nominated
Trichotomy Compositional performance and recording projects Nominated

Distinguished Services to Australian MusicEdit

Organisation / individual Result
[40]
George Dreyfus Won

Screen Music AwardsEdit

International Achievement AwardEdit

Organisation / individual Result
[41][42]
John Polson Won

Feature Film Score of the YearEdit

Title Composer Result
[41][43][44]
Dead Europe Jed Kurzel Nominated
The Rocket Caitlin Yeo Won
Samsara Lisa Gerrard, Marcello De Francisci, Michael Stearns Nominated
The 25th Reich Ricky Edwards Nominated

Best Music for an AdvertisementEdit

Title Composer Result
[41][45]
Devondale Milk – "Crazy Cat Lady" David Barber Nominated
Shibui – "Shibui Hands" Erin McKimm Won
Coca-Cola – "Small World Machines" Adrian Sergovich Nominated
Heineken – "Tiger Beer: Rise of the Megacity" Dan Higson, Ant Smith, Nick West Nominated

Best Music for Children's TelevisionEdit

Title Composer Result
[41][46]
Destiny Henrique Dib Nominated
Flea Bitten Christopher Elves Won
Giggle and Hoot: The Gigglearium Special Sean Peter Nominated
The Alien Boy Henrique Dib Nominated

Best Music for a DocumentaryEdit

Title Composer Result
[41][47]
Artscape: Polly Borland - Polymorphous Ryan Walsh Nominated
The A-Z of Contemporary Art Michael Lira Won
Red Obsession Amanda Brown, Burkhard Dallwitz Nominated
Yagan Ash Gibson Greig Nominated

Best Music for a Mini-Series or TelemovieEdit

Title Composer Result
[41][48]
Dangerous Remedy Guy Gross Nominated
Devil's Dust Matteo Zingales Nominated
The Mystery of a Hansom Cab Cezary Skubiszewski Won
Underground François Tétaz Nominated

Best Music for a Short FilmEdit

Title Composer Result
[41][49]
Catch Perfect Jonathan Dreyfus Won
Great Adventures Christopher Elves Nominated
Melbhattan Biddy Connor Nominated
The Mirror Henrique Dib Nominated

Best Music for a Television Series or SerialEdit

Series or Serial Episode title Composer Result
[41][50]
Puberty Blues "Episode 1" Stephen Rae Nominated
Rake "Season 2 Episode 8: Greene" Michael Lira, David McCormack, Antony Partos Nominated
Redfern Now "Episode 4: Stand Up" Michael Lira, David McCormack Won
Underbelly: Badness "Episode 5: Troubleshooting Burkhard Dallwitz Nominated

Best Original Song Composed for the ScreenEdit

Song title Work Composer Result
[41][51]
"Begin Again" Call Me Crazy Daniel Frankel, Gideon Frankel, Jessica Paige, Alex Wurman Nominated
"Fallen Dreams" Reverse Runner Thomas E Rouch Nominated
"Lonely Child" Redfern Now David McCormack, Antony Partos Won
"On a Mini Adventure" Giggle & Hoot Cain Horton, Paul Kingston Nominated

Best Soundtrack AlbumEdit

Title Composer Result
[41][52]
Black Water Rafael May Won
The Journey Piotr Nowotnik Nominated
Storm Surfers 3D Richard Tognetti, Michael Yezerski Nominated
Woody Josh Abrahams, Davide Carbone, Russell Thornton Nominated

Best Television ThemeEdit

Title Composer Result
[41][53]
101 East – "Australia's Lost Generation" Vicki Hansen Nominated
The Checkout Drew Crawford Nominated
The Doctor Blake Mysteries Dale Cornelius Won
Redfern Now David McCormack, Antony Partos Nominated

Most Performed Screen Composer – AustraliaEdit

Composer Result
[41][54]
Adam Gock, Dinesh Wicks Nominated
Jay Stewart Won
Neil Sutherland Nominated
Nick Perjanik Nominated

Most Performed Screen Composer – OverseasEdit

Composer Result
[41][55]
Adam Gock, Dinesh Wicks Nominated
David Hirschfelder Nominated
Neil Sutherland Won
Ric Formosa, Ricky Edwards Nominated

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