Following a four-week promotion of the Scottish Album Of The Year Award (SAY Award) Longlist, the promotion concludes with an open vote on Monday 27 May until midnight when public can choose their favourite from the list of 20 nominated albums (see below).
The album with the most public votes will secure an automatic place on The SAY Award Shortlist of ten, with the other nine titles being chosen by an independent panel of judges on Thursday 30 May.
Vote for your favourite album now @ http://www.sayaward.com/the-albums/
The SAY Award Longlist is:
Admiral Fallow: Tree Bursts In Snow
Auntie Flo: Future Rhythm Machine
Calvin Harris: 18 Months
Dam Mantle: Brothers Fowl
Django Django: Django Django
Duncan Chisholm: Affric
Emeli Sandé: Our Version of Events
Errors: Have Some Faith In Magic
Human Don’t Be Angry: Human Don’t Be Angry
Karine Polwart: Traces
Konrad Wiszniewski & Euan Stevenson: New Focus
Lau: Race The Loser
Meursault: Something For The Weakened
Miaoux Miaoux: Light of the North
Paul Buchanan: Mid Air
RM Hubbert: Thirteen Lost & Found
Stanley Odd: Reject
The Twilight Sad: No One Can Ever Know
The Unwinding Hours: Afterlives
The judges are: John Williamson (Chair, Academic); Douglas Anderson (Author/Broadcaster); Christopher Brookmyre (Author); Stewart Cruickshank (Radio Producer); Tom Doyle (Author/Journalist); Douglas Gordon (Visual Artist); Kate Molleson (Journalist);Joe Muggs (Journalist/A&R); Jude Rogers (Journalist); Tjinder Singh (Cornershop; Ample Play Records); Rebecca Vasmant (DJ/Producer); Sue Wilson (Journalist).
The SAY Award supports the Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy in Scotland charity and will be collecting donations on their behalf at the award ceremony.