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Introducing The 2016 RFT Music Award Winners

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Tef Poe, this year's winner for Best Hip-Hop (Solo). - PHOTO BY THEO WELLING
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  • Tef Poe, this year's winner for Best Hip-Hop (Solo).

Hip-Hop (Group)

Illphonics

3 Problems

Blank Generation

MME

Mathias and the Pirates

Hip-Hop (Solo)

Tef Poe

Arshad Goods

Bates

J'Demul

Mvstermind

Improvisational/Noise

Ghost Ice

Beauty Pageant

Brain Transplant

Raglani

Vernacular String Trio

Indie Pop

Middle Class Fashion

Whoa Thunder (tie)

Endora

Hope & Therapy

Scarlet Tanager

Indie Rock

Sleepy Kitty

American Wrestlers

CaveofswordS

Foxing

Town Cars

Jam/Dub

Aaron Kamm and the One Drops

Blastar

The Driftaways

Thunder Biscuit

Orchestra Vandeventer

Jazz

Tommy Halloran's Guerrilla Swing

Animal Children

Dave Stone

The Gaslight Squares

Sidney Street Shakers

Metal

Fister

The Gorge

Lion's Daughter

Thor Axe

Van Buren

New Band

Dracla

Baby Baby Dance With Me

Dangerbird

Marble//Wall Duo

Swear Beam

Pop

The Vanilla Beans

3 of 5

Dropkick the Robot

The Educated Guess

Golden Curls

Post Hardcore

Blight Future

Jr. Clooney

LifeWithout

Lobby Boxer

Staghorn

Shoegaze/Psychedelic

Tone Rodent

Persh

Rip Rap

Summer Magic

Sunwyrm

Punk

Little Big Bangs

Breakmouth Annie

Skin Tags

Trauma Harness

Veil

R&B

The Provels

Coultrain

Little Rachel

Love Jones “The Band”

Roland Johnson & Soul Endeavor

Rock

Bruiser Queen

Brother Lee & the Leather Jackals

Bug Chaser

Old Souls Revival

Tok

Singer­-Songwriter

Miss Molly Simms

Emily Wallace

Sharon Hazel Township

Suzie Cue

Zak Marmalefsky

Soul/Funk

Funky Butt Brass Band

Al Holliday and the East Side Rhythm Band

Hazard to ya Booty

Rhythm Section Road Show

Southern Exposure

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