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Vote for your favourite Dance/electronic music album at the 2020 Grammys

After another year of great songs, remixes, edits, mashups and, in general, electronic dance music, we’ll soon be leaving 2019 behind. The time has come to prepare ourselves for another year and analyse what has happened, and who have been the key players and game changers of the year.

In this context, the prestigious Grammy Music Awards are going to be celebrating their 62nd edition in the iconic city of Los Angeles on January 26th 2020. Among the wide amount of music awards that they will be giving away across the multiple genres dominating today’s music scene, the academy will also be announcing who deserves to take home the Best Dance/Electronic Music Album Award of 2019. Following the results, the final nominees will be announced in roughly over a month on November 20th.

We are talking about a special recognition that only few and exclusive names in the electronic music industry have been able to achieve. Since this award was created back in 2005, just legends like Daft Punk, Justice, Kraftwerk, Skrillex and The Chemical Brothers have been winners of the prestigious award.

Now, as time goes by, technology develops, everything has become more accessible and the quality of the music has made a step forward. Everyone is able to produce with a basic laptop from their homes and achieve proper musical outcomes. As a result, competence has increased massively, genres have multiplied and more and more artists are breaking into the electronic music scene, which is making this award even more competitive.

If you don’t want to lose track of the results of the 2020 Grammys, make sure you follow us on social media and vote who you think deserves the prize.

But now, let’s relive last year’s Justice Grammy Award acceptance speech.



Born and raised in Barcelona, Pol has always been an Electronic Dance Music fan. During his teen years, he followed several music genres being especially attracted by the melodic Progressive House. While in a trip to Ibiza, Pol was captivated by an Armin van Buuren set during his "A State of Trance" residency. At that moment he was determined to join the electronic music industry. With a background in Business, Pol worked for over a year in the consumer goods industry before pursuing his dream. Once taken the decision, he went on to work in various roles for festivals in Spain, Slovenia and Croatia such as Primavera Sound, Sonar, Ultra Europe, Hideout, Sonus and Labyrinth Open. Having acquired an MA in Music Business Management at the University of Westminster in London, Pol has worked in PR and Communications for artists like Netsky and Annie Mac. Currently, he combines his role at WRY with the one he develops at the music festival booking platform, Festicket as Account Manager. His favourite artists are Armin van Buuren, Avicii, Dubvision, Eric Prydz, Martin Garrix, Matisse and Sadko, Nicky Romero and Steve Angello.

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