UG Awards: Vote For Band Of The Year

artist: misc date: 12/11/2012 category: ug news
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UG Awards: Vote For Band Of The Year
Who will win an official UG Award this year? We're opening nominations and votes for a huge range of categories, and want UG readers to take part. Every day we're going to publish an award category. Your job is to place a nomination in the comments and upvote the ones you agree with. The one with the highest number of up votes wins the award. Simple! Today's category: Who has been the best band of 2012? On each category post, we'll be publishing some guidance. For example, in this category the band had to be active in 2012 with either an album release or major tour. You can choose to vote for your personal favorite band, but it would be nice if the winning act somehow represents 2012 for something they've done or achieved. That's up to you, of course. These comment votes can get really messy, so we have some tips for making sure your nominations counts: - Place ONE nominations per comment, or the upvotes won't count. You can place as many nominations as you want across different comments, though. - Do a quick search of the page to make sure someone else didn't already nominate that band. Just scroll down to the bottom so all the comments have loaded, then do a search on the page (ctrl-f on a PC, cmd-f on a mac) for their name. Otherwise, you're welcome to discuss the topic in the comments and reply to nominations, as usual. All good? Great... let's get voting!
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