Alexisonfire And Thom Yorke Fare Well At CraveFest Awards

The first annual CraveFest International Music Video Awards were held at Toronto's Mod Club on Friday, and it was almost difficult for nominees not to win a prize.

- Aug 21, 2007

The first annual CraveFest International Music Video Awards were held at Toronto's Mod Club on Friday, and it was almost difficult for nominees not to win a prize.

There were five or six nominees in each category and, on awards night, honours were handed out in three sub-categories for each one by judges Alan Cross, Tanya Dennis, Ulysses Terrero and Farley Flex. Tara Slone hosted the event, which featured performances by IllScarlett, Roz Bell, Solitair, The Scenario, Tricky Bizzniss and HandHeld.

Here are the winners:

Unsigned Rock
Best Song: Krystal — "Slice" (France)
Most Original Video: The Sweet Homewreckers — "Wild America" (Canada)
Best Video: The Sweet Homewreckers — "Wild America" (Canada)

Signed Rock
Best Song: Alexisonfire — "This Could Be Anywhere In The World" (Canada)
Most Original Video: Thom Yorke — "And It Rained All Night" (U.K.)
Best Video: Tripping Horse — "Cocaine" (Austria)

Unsigned Hip-Hop
Best Song: Webster Death — "Alright Okay" (Canada)
Most Original Video: Charlie Sloth — "Guided Tour Of Camden" (U.K.)
Best Video: Webster Death — "Alright Okay" (Canada)

Signed Hip-Hop
Best Song: Classified — "All About U" (Canada)
Most Original Video: Infinite — "Take A Look" (Canada)
Best Video: Solitair — "Make A Movie" (Canada)

Unsigned Electronic/World
Best Song: Wrongkong — "Real Boy" (Germany)
Most Original Video: Kenji Siratori — "Regenerator P.I.G." (Japan)
Best Video: Kenji Siratori — "Regenerator P.I.G." (Japan)

Signed Electronic/World
Best Song: Polished — "Lose It All" (Netherlands)
Most Original Video: Jeff Alford — "Visions In Space" (France)
Best Video: Tricky Bizzniss — "C'mon C'mon" (U.S.)

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