the Swedish national indie awards is a prize that recognizes and awards prizes to artists who are signed to independent record labels. The evening's event was led by actor Saga Becker.
Jonas Lundqvist was commended in the categories of pop, and this year's live. The justifications concerned among other things how the previous Bad Cash Quartet-the drummer stands in ”opposition to the passage of tandblekta framgångsideal” and how his ”concerts are like house parties where the audience are the guests of honor – in which sense, contact, and love is in focus”.
Jennie Wilson, who won three Grammis 2014 and a further one during the year Possible, was tonight defeated in the popkategorin. Instead, she was awarded the prize the year's music video for ”Rapin”, directed by Gustaf Holtenäs.
was Sarah Klang. Justification the point that she is a albumdebutant that sounds like ”just about anything other than just that. With a voice in the world class, of course, some songs and an electric stage presence she stood for a breakthrough of unprecedented kind.” Also she was awarded with a Swedish Grammis in 2019, in the genre this year's alternative pop.
Cherrie won in the category of hip-hop, in strong competition with acclaimed malmörapparen Ozzy and göteborgssonen Parham.
CREAT and Swedish composers and textförfattares price to the year the composer went to Nina Kinert. The corresponding price for the year lyricist took Kajsa Dawned home.
Roya won this year's synth, Lisa Ullén, this year's jazz and Shakarchi & Stranéus this year's dance. In dansbandskategorin won the Blender, this year's rock the tricks of The earthly and the year the people took Emma Ahlberg Ek home.
the Twin Pigs, this year's hard rock was the home of the Craft and in the category of children won Oddjob to their music ”creates associations and allows the imagination to flow freely in the menagerie created by musicians who take the children seriously.”
this Year's indie was awarded to the comedian and radio host Emma Knyckare, for her initiative, Statement festival in Gothenburg, sweden in 2018, an event arranged for the women, transgender and ickebinära.
Robert ”Robi” the Sword took home the Stim price to this year's composer in the folk and world music, which was handed out in cooperation with the national association for folk music and dance.