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Thursday, February 28th 2013 10:30

Read the complete list of winners here!

The Rolling Stones scooped awards for Best Live Band and Best Music Film, with Ronnie Wood on hand to accept. A spokesman for the band said: "All the accolades this band have thrown at them over the years stem from one thing: on that stage they continue to be quite magnificent – the ultimate bar band, who deliver every time. They're well chuffed to be honoured with these awards as they come from real music fans, not a committee."

The Child of Lov also made a rare public appearance to accept the Philip Hall Radar Award, with the speech consisting only of "thanks". 

You can view a complete list of the winners below:

The NME awards 2013 winners

Godlike genius: Johnny Marr

Teenage Cancer Trust outstanding contribution award: The Cribs

Best British band: Biffy Clyro

Best album: Given To The Wild, The Maccabees

Best international band: The Killers

Best track: Inhaler, Foals

Best TV show: Fresh Meat

Best music film: Crossfire Hurricane, the Rolling Stones

Best re-issue: 21, Blur

Best solo artist: Florence Welch

Best new band: Palma Violets

Best music video: R U Mine?, Arctic Monkeys

Best festival: Reading & Leeds

Best live band: The Rolling Stones

Best dancefloor anthem: Sweet Nothing, Calvin Harris featuring Florence Welch

Philip Hall Radar award: Child Of Lov

Best Twitter: Alana Haim, Haim

Best book: The Story of the Streets, Mike Skinner

Music moment of the year: Olympics opening ceremony

Hero of the year: Barack Obama

Villain of the year: Harry Styles

Best small festival: Festival No 6

Worst band: One Direction

Best fan community: Muse

Best film: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

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