And the winners for this year's AIM Independent Music Awards are in!

London Grammar seemed to be the main talking point of the evening, walking away with two gongs for Independent Breakthrough of the Year and the PPL Award for Most Played New Independent Act. Elsewhere, Arctic Monkeys picked up the award for Independent Album of the Year, thanks to AM, and Twin Atlantic was awarded Independent Track of the Year for their song 'Heart and Soul.'

The night also awarded gongs to Hyperdub, for Best Small Label, and Domino, for Independent Label of the Year. In addition, the night's Outstanding Contribution to Music Award went to DJ, producer and record label owner Richie Hawtin.

See the full list of winners below:

  • Best Live Act - Sophie Ellis-Bextor
  • Independent Breakthrough of the Year - London Grammar
  • Hardest Working Band or Artist - Ghetts
  • Best 'Difficult' Second Album - Ben Watt, 'Hendra'
  • Independent Album of the Year - Arctic Monkeys, 'AM'
  • Best Small Label - Hyperdub
  • PPL Award for Most Played New Independent Act - London Grammar
  • Special Catalogue Release of the Year - Various: Purple Snow: Forecasting the Minneapolis Sound
  • Independent Label of the Year - Domino
  • Independent Track of the Year - Twin Atlantic, 'Heart and Soul'
  • Independent Video of the Year - Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, 'You Will See Me'
  • Indie Champion Award - John Doran, the Quietus
  • Golden Welly Award for Best Independent Festival - Barn on the Farm
  • Special Recognition Award - Alison Wenham, AIM Chairman and CEO
  • Outstanding Contribution to Music Award - Richie Hawtin
  • Pioneer Award - Martin Mills, Beggars Grouop
  • Innovator Award - Steve Goodman aka Kode9 of Hyperdub Records