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Published on October 14th, 2017 | by Alan Cross

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And the Winners in the 2017 Toronto Indie Awards Are…

The Toronto Independent Music Awards (the 13th annual!) were held at Revival last night. Here’s who won what. (Watch Monowhales. They’re a band on the move.)

Best Song (Top Prize): 
MONOWHALES – Home

Runner Up:
Amai Kuda & Y Josephine – She Said

Second Runner Up:
Dahlia – Dreamlova

Best World: 







Johannes Linstead

Best Jazz instrumental:
Snaggle

Best Jazz Vocal:
Mike Field

Best Young Songwriters:
Moscow Apartment

Best Country:
The Argues

Best Instrumental or Classical:
Juneyt

Best Folk or Roots:
Amai Kuda & y Josephine

Best Singer-Songwriter:
Dahlia

Best Urban:
DRAE

Best Rock or Loud:
Eden Warsaw

Best Indie:
MONOWHALES

Best Pop:
Roveena

Best Electronic:
Honey Beard

Best Adult Contemporary:
Angela Saini

Best Out of Province:
The Wolfe

Best USA:
Amy Guess

Best International:
Napkin Play

Best Music Video:
Mimi O’Bonaswin – Beautiful Place
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