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Jack Of None Among The Year's Most Exceptional Music Projects Nominated In The Annual Independent Music Awards




Experimental Rock band Jack of None of Chicago IL, USA and Manila, Philippines was honoured with an astounding 8 nominations in The 16th annual Independent Music Awards (The IMAs), the influential honors for independent artists and releases. More than 400 innovative self-released and indie label projects culled from thousands of submissions worldwide, were nominated by fans and industry panellists in 96 Album, Song, EP, Music Producer, Music Video and Design categories. Nominations for Jack of None include the following:

1. Best Spoken Word Album - "Who Shot Bukowski?"

2. Best Eclectic Album - "Who Shot Bukowski?"

3. Best Spoken Word Song - Dear Georges (Vous Petit Monstre)

4. Best Eclectic Song - Polyamorous Serial Monogamist

5. Best Eclectic EP - "The Tattle Tale Heart"

6. Best Eclectic Music Producer - AG Syjuco for "Who Shot Bukowski?"

7. Best Album Art – Design & Photography – “The Tattle Tale Heart” by Maxine Syjuco

8. Best Lyric Video - The Brainwashers

Nominated along with Jack of None is an eclectic mix of established artists and rising stars.


The winning projects will be selected by judging panels of top recording artists including: Tom Waits, Slayer, Bakithi Kumalo, Michael W. Smith, Sepultura, Amy Lee [Evanescence] among many others; and influential press and talent buyers from the Americas, Europe and Pacific Rim.

Voting on The IMA site for the fan selected Music, Video & Design winners runs from  February 20th - March 20th at https://fans.IndependentMusicAwards.com

WINNERS ANNOUNCED at The IMAs Independent Music Party @ Lincoln Center
The year’s best self-released and indie label projects will be announced March 31st from Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. The free annual indie music celebration draws artists, fans and influencers from around the globe for awards, performances, discussions and parties.

IMA winners will be promoted to millions of music fans via online & broadcast promotions, performance and distribution opportunities. Details and complete list of Nominees and Judges available at: IndependentMusicAwards.com

Submissions for The 17th annual Independent Music Awards will be open in June 2018. Details and eligibility available at www.IndependentMusicAwards.com


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