Dirty South, Chemical Brothers score Grammy nominations
Amongst the usual pop dross that gets nominated for the annual exhibition in back-slappery, The Grammy Awards, there are a few things for dance fans to smile about with recognition being paid to some well deserving producers and artists and their big records from the last year (or so).
Amongst the Justin Bieber’s and Katy Perry’s of the world, the nominees in the dance categories for the 53rd Grammy Awards include upcoming Future Music Festival headliners The Chemical Brothers, Groove Armada and even Australia’s own Dirty South for his remix work with buddy Axwell on The Temper Trap’s Sweet Disposition.
Meanwhile in the Best Dance Recording category, which awards gongs to single tracks and not albums, it’s an all female affair with electro sirens Goldfrapp, Robyn and La Roux rubbing shoulders with club-jumpers Rihanna and Lady Gaga.
You can check out the dance nominations below and look out for the results from the ceremony on February 13th 2011.
Best Dance Recording
Rocket – Goldfrapp
In For The Kill – La Roux
Dance In The Dark – Lady Gaga
Only Girl (In The World) – Rihanna
Dancing On My Own – Robyn
Best Electronic/Dance Album
These Hopeful Machines – BT
Further – The Chemical Brothers
Head First – Goldfrapp
Black Light – Groove Armada
La Roux – La Roux
Best Remixed Recording [Non-Classical]
Fantasy (Morgan Page Remix)
Funk Nasty (Wolfgang Gartner Remix Edit)
Orpheus (Quiet Carnival) (Funk Generation Mix)
Revolver (David Guetta’s One Love Club Remix)
Sweet Disposition (Axwell & Dirty South Remix)