NME Awards 2014: Winners list in full
Arctic Monkeys are the big winners as Lily Allen takes Best Solo Artist
Lily Allen beat Brit Award winners Lorde and David Bowie to be crowned Best Solo Artist, in a ceremony that also saw One Direction's Harry Styles beat none other than "Blurred Lines" singer Robin Thicke to the dubious accolade of Villain of the Year.
Deborah Harry became the first female performer to receive the Godlike Genius award with iconic punk band Blondie who also performed live at the ceremony, while Fleetwood Mac-esque trio Haim won Best International Band.
Blur's Damon Albarn accepted an Innovation award and English grunge duo Drenge were victors in the Best New Band category.
Award For Innovation
Teenage Cancer Trust Outstanding Contribution to Music Award
Belle & Sebastian
Best British Band
Best International Band
Best Solo Artist
Best New Band
Best Live Band
Arctic Monkeys, 'AM'
Disclosure, 'White Noise'
Best Music Video
Eagulls, 'Nerve Endings'
Best TV Show
Best Music Film
Made Of Stone
Philip Hall Radar Award
Fat White Family
The Clash, 'Sound System'
Best Band Blog Or Twitter
Alana Haim, Haim
Morrissey - Autobiography
Best Small Festival
Best Fan Community
Music Moment Of The Year
Noel and Damon come together for Teenage Cancer Trust
Hero Of The Year
Villain Of The Year
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