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LCD Soundsystem and Kraftwerk win Grammys for Best Dance Recording and Album

Against some fierce talent

  • Valerie Lee
  • 28 January 2018
LCD Soundsystem and Kraftwerk win Grammys for Best Dance Recording and Album

Tonight, the 60th Grammy Awards, hosted by James Corden, take place in New York City and some of dance music's current leaders like Bonobo, Four Tet, Camelphat and Gorillaz are nominated, amongst others.

For Best Dance Recording, Bonobo's 'Bambra', Camelphat and Elderbrook's 'Cola', Gorillaz's 'Andromeda', ODESZA's 'Line Of Sight' and LCD Soundsystem's 'Tonite' were nominated. LCD Soundsystem took home the Grammy for 'Tonite'.

Kraftwerk's '3-D The Catalogue' won in the Best Dance/Electronic Album category, nominated against Bonobo's 'Migration', Mura Masa's self-titled album, ODESZA's 'A Moment Apart' and Sylvan Esso's 'What Now'.

Latroit took home the Best Remixed Recording for his remix of Depeche Mode's 'You Move' against Louie Vega, Four Tet, SMLE and Adventure Club.

Best Dance/Electronic Album: Kraftwerk '3-D the Catalogue'

Best Dance Recording: LCD Soundsystem 'Tonite'

Best Remixed Recording: Depeche Mode 'You Move' (Latroit Remix)

Read our history of electronic music at The Grammy Awards here.

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