James Blake, Four Tet, Juno in DJ Mag poll winners list

James Blake, Jackmaster, Four Tet and Bonobo were among the winners at last night’s DJ Mag Best Of British awards.

Host Ray Keith presented the coveted Best DJ gong to Paul Woolford, while Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet rounded off a stunning year by picking up the Best Producer award.

Elsewhere Bonobo’s Black Sands beat off stiff competition to win Album Of The Year, while James Blake’s “CMYK” deservedly scooped Best Dance Single. NMBRS man Jackmaster was a popular choice for Best Breakthrough DJ while Tim Green landed Best Breakthrough Producer.

The winners of the best small/large club awards were from Leeds and Newcastle respectively, highlighting a difficult 12 months for clubbing in the capital, although the FWD crew took out Best Club Night to restore some pride. Global Gathering was again the winner of Best Festival, while Ninja Tune was crowned Best Label – a nice way to round off its 20th year in operation.

BBC Radio matriarch Annie Nightingale was rewarded for her outstanding contribution to dance music, beating off the likes of Pete Tong, Greg Wilson, Massive Attack and Andy Weatherall.

We’re also very proud to inform you that Juno won Best Retail Outlet for the fourth year running. Many thanks to everyone who voted for us! Check out the full list of winners below.

Best DJ: Paul Woolford

Best Producer: Four Tet

Best Large Club: Digital, Newcastle

Best Small Club: Mint Club, Leeds

Best Club Night: FWD, London

Best Dance Single: James Blake “CMYK”

Best Dance Remix: Maddslinky “Special (MJ Cole Remix)”

Best Label: Ninja Tune

Best Artist Album: Bonobo Black Sands

Best Compilation: Autonomic Fabric 50

Best Breakthrough DJ: Jackmaster

Best Breakthrough Producer: Tim Green

Best Festival: Global Gathering

Best Music Outlet: Juno

Best Radio Show: Pete Tong – Essential Selection

Outstanding Contribution: Annie Nightingale