Who Will Win the Grammy for Best Electronic Music Album?

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We take a look at the nominees for the Grammy Award for Best Electronic Music Album and make our predictions for who will take home the trophy.

The Grammy’s

The Grammy’s are always a highly anticipated event, but this year there is extra excitement because it is the first time that the award for Best Electronic Music Album will be given out. This category was created to recognize the growing popularity of electronic music. There are five nominees for the award and they are all very deserving.

What is the Grammy?

The Grammy is an annual awards ceremony hosted by the Recording Academy to recognize achievements in the music industry. The first ceremony was held in May 1958 and featured performances by Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, and Ella Fitzgerald. Since then, the event has grown to become one of the most prestigious award shows in the world.

The Grammys are awarded in a number of different categories, with the highest honor being the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. Other notable awards include Best New Artist, Song of the Year, and Record of the Year.

This year’s nominees for Best Electronic Music Album are:
– Flume – “Skin”
– The Chainsmokers – “Collage”
– Kygo – “Cloud Nine”
– Marshmello – “Joytime”
– Odesza – “A Moment Apart”

When are the Grammy’s?

The Grammy Awards are held every year in late January or early February. The ceremony recognizes achievements in the music industry, and the award for Best Electronic Music Album is given to honor a recording artist who has exhibited excellence in this genre. This year’s nominees are LCD Soundsystem, Odesza, Gryffin, and The Glitch Mob.

Who is nominated for the Grammy?

The Grammy for Best Electronic Music Album is set to be awarded during the 62nd annual Grammy Awards, which will take place on January 26, 2020. As in previous years, the nominees for the award are a mix of well-known and up-and-coming artists. The five nominees for the award are as follows:

-Bonobo, “Migration”
-The Chemical Brothers, “No Geography”
-Flume, “Hi This Is Flume”
-Kygo, “Kids in Love”
-Tycho, “Weather”

All five of the nominated albums are excellent examples of electronic music at its best, and any one of them could take home the Grammy. However, my personal favorite is Flume’s “Hi This Is Flume.” I think this album is a perfect example of how electronic music can be both complex and accessible at the same time. It’s an amazing album that I think deserves to win the Grammy.

The contenders

In the past few years, the Grammy for best electronic music album has gone to a variety of different artists. This year, there are several strong contenders for the award. In this article, we will take a look at some of the artists who are in the running for the Grammy.

Who is in the running for the Grammy?

This year’s Grammy for Best Electronic Music Album will be a tight race between some of the biggest names in the genre.

The nominees are as follows:

-Tame Impala for “The Slow Rush”
-The Avalanches for “We Will Always Love You”
-Vince Staples for “FM!”
-Flume for “Hi This Is Flume”
-Kaytranada for “Bubba”

The favorite to win is Tame Impala, but don’t count out The Avalanches, who are also nominated for Best Record of the Year. This is a tough category to predict, but it’s sure to be a night full of great music.

What are their albums like?

Grimes – Miss_Anthropocene

Many of the songs on Miss_Anthropocene are love songs, but they’re not your typical love songs. They’re about the love between humans and technology, and the ways that technology can both help and harm relationships. The album is full of catchy pop hooks and synth-based beats, but there’s also a dark undertone to many of the lyrics.

Rüfüs du Sol – Solace

Solace is an ethereal and atmospheric album that takes listeners on a journey through sound. The Australian trio expertly blends elements of house, techno, and pop to create a unique listening experience. The album is both danceable and introspective, and it’s sure to please fans of all three genres.

Tycho – Weather

Weather is a chilled-out electronic album that’s perfect for relaxing or studying to. The beats are slow and mellow, and the synths are dreamy and atmospheric. This isn’t an album that will get your heart racing, but it’s perfect for moments when you need to wind down.

Who is the favorite to win?

The favorite to win the Grammy for Best Electronic Music Album is Illenium. Illenium, whose real name is Nicholas D. Miller, is a Denver-based producer who has released three albums, including his Grammy-nominated album “Awake.” Illenium’s music has been described as “a mix of melodic bass and emotional soundscapes,” and he has won praise from critics for his ability to fuse together disparate genres like dubstep, trap, and trance.

Other contenders for the award include TOKiMONSTA, who is nominated for her album “Lune Rouge,” andBonobo, who is nominated for his album “Migration.” Both artists are respected producers who have received critical acclaim for their work, but Illenium is the clear favorite to take home the Grammy.

The winner

Who will ultimately take home the Grammy?

The Grammy for Best Electronic Music Album has been around since 2014, but this is the first year that it will be given out at the main ceremony. The nominees are Flume, Mura Masa, Odesza, Sylvan Esso, and The Chainsmokers.

So, who will ultimately take home the Grammy? It’s hard to say. All of the nominees are deserving of the award, but it’s anyone’s guess as to who the Academy will ultimately choose.

Personally, I think Odesza has the best chance of winning. They had a hugely successful year with their album ‘A Moment Apart’, and they’ve been nominated for several other Grammys as well. Plus, they already have one Grammy under their belt (for Best Dance Recording in 2015), so they definitely have the Academy’s attention.

However, Mura Masa and Sylvan Esso both had excellent years as well, so they could easily take home the award as well. It’s impossible to predict who will win in this category, but one thing is for sure: it’s going to be a close race.

Why did they win?

This year’s Grammy for Best Electronic Music Album goes toRL Grime for “Nova.” Why? Because it’s an excellent album, Pure and simple. There isn’t much more to it than that.

Best Electronic Music Album is a category that hasn’t been around all that long, only being introduced in 2014. But in that short time, it has become one of the most prestigious awards in the genre. Last year’s winner was Bonobo for “Migration,” and this year’s winner is RL Grime for “Nova.”

So why did they win? Well, there isn’t one answer to that question. Each year, the Grammy committee looks at all of the eligible albums and tries to find the one that they think is the best. And this year, they decided that RL Grime’s “Nova” was the best electronic music album of 2018.

There are a lot of different factors that go into their decision-making process, but ultimately it comes down to pure quality. And “Nova” is an excellent album, pure and simple. There isn’t much more to it than that.

What does this mean for the future of electronic music?

The Grammy for Best Electronic Music Album is an award given to recording artists for quality electronic music albums. This award was first presented in 2015, and is given to artists who have shown a consistent commitment to creating innovative and high-quality electronic music albums.

This year’s nominees include some of the biggest names in electronic music, including Skrillex, Aphex Twin, and The Chemical Brothers. This is a big year for electronic music, and the winner of this award will no doubt be a reflection of that.

So, who will win the Grammy for Best Electronic Music Album? It’s hard to say, but we’ll be sure to find out on February 12th.

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