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WAM’s Song Of The Year is an annual competition, promoting the talented, original songwriting of West Australian residents and embracing contemporary music of all genres, in addition to offering school-age, indigenous and regional categories.

The songs are anonymously and independently judged by an expansive range of music industry experts, with the winner of each category also in the running for the Grand Prize. This arrangement presents a rare exposure opportunity for WA songwriters; their talents are showcased directly to leading industry practitioners, encouraging real opportunities for the songwriters’ music careers.

The full list of winners below. More information about the winners including a playlist of their songs of the year can be found here.

2014 WAM SONG OF THE YEAR CATEGORY WINNERS

GRAND PRIZE WINNER
Sponsored by Alberts
KUCKA
 Unconditional

BLUES/ROOTS
Sponsored by Clancy’s Fremantle  I Studio sponsor Shanghai Twang?
Morgan Bain Hold On

COUNTRY
Sponsored by Country Music Club of Boyup Brook I Studio sponsor Rada Studios?
Ruby Boots Wrap Me In A Fever

ELECTRONIC
Sponsored by Perfect Pitch Publishing I Studio sponsor Fremantle Records?
KUCKA Unconditional

EXPERIMENTAL
Sponsored by Newport Hotel  I Studio sponsor Soundbaker?
Intenso Band Earthquake

FOLK
Sponsored by The Mustang Bar I Studio sponsor Sonic Lolly
Winter’s Mile Tell My Lover

HEAVY/METAL
Sponsored by Diskbank I Studio sponsor Sovereign Studios
Chaos Divine Soldiers

JAZZ
Sponsored by The Ellington Jazz Club & Perth Jazz Society I Studio sponsor Poons Head
Trisk Charon

OUTSTANDING INDIGENOUS
Sponsored by Nannup Music Festival  I Studio sponsor Blackbird Studios
The Merindas Ready To Love

OUTSTANDING REGIONAL
Sponsored by Hertz I Studio sponsor Underground Studios?
Codee-Lee Ain’t Got Time For That

POP
Sponsored by 96fm I Studio sponsor Debaser Studios?
Methyl Ethel Rogues

PUNK/HARDCORE
Sponsored by SAE Institute I Studio sponsor Sumo Sound?
Rag n’ Bone Wood & Wire

ROCK
Sponsored by City of Fremantle I Studio sponsor The Wasteland
Tired Lion I Don’t Think You Like Me

SCHOOLS 14 & UNDER
Sponsored by Concept Music I Studio sponsor Electric City Studios
Charlotte Viney Hurricane

SCHOOLS 15 – 17
Sponsored by RAC I Studio sponsor Gibsonic
Mike Waller Seasons

URBAN/HIP HOP
Sponsored by APRA AMCOS I Studio sponsor Tone City
Coin Banks Someone

WORLD
Sponsored by Fairbridge Festival I Studio sponsor Crank Studios?
Grace Barbé Fatige

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