Björk to receive Outstanding Contribution to Music award

24 Aug 2011

AIM have announced that Björk will be recognised with an Outstanding Contribution to Music award at the inaugural AIM Independent Music Awards, taking place this November in London.

“In a career spanning more than 20 years, the singer-songwriter with a truly distinctive voice and attitude has continuously displayed the characteristics that sets the independent music sector apart from its peers - embracing and exploring new technology, supporting and mentoring new talent and a dedication to realising artistic visions without compromise or concession. Signed to the independent record label One Little Indian since her time as a member of the Sugarcubes, Björk continues to push boundaries with her work and continues to create music that inspires and influences music fans, other artists and the wider music business.”

Read the full statement here.


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