From The Carpet To The Podium - 2015 Indie Music Awards In Pictures

23 October 2015 | 1:41 pm | Staff Writer

We didn't miss a moment.

We were live at the Australian Independent Records Label Association (AIR) Awards in Melbourne last night and we didn't miss a beat. 

Check out all the action as it happened below.

For a review of the night's events, click here and to check out all the 2015 winners, click here.

All photos taken by Lucinda Goodwin — Click images for larger version. 

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Harts arriving ahead of his show-stopping finale.

Remi & Sensible J showing off their label merch on the blue carpet.

King Gizzard pay tribute to the night's sponsor.

Dead Letter Circus blue steel it on the blue carpet.

Vivian Leschen and Mike Waters win the Night's Best Smiles Category.

Ecca Vandal arrives — destined to be an awards ceremony regular soon.

Jen Cloher prepping to pick up the night's biggie.

N'fa knows how to work a carpet.

ESESE members scoping out the blue carpet.

Pre-award mingling at the appropriately named Meat Market.

"Thanks for forgetting to sack me" — Dylan Lewis, greatest host ever.

Lewis leads the crowd in singing Happy Birthday to AIR.

Keynote speaker — The Wiggles' Murray Cook.


Dan Sultan avoids discussing his sex life with Lewis.

Book a room guys — a comedy room: Paul Grabowsky and Dylan Lewis are the new Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis (Google that, kids).

Sensible J & Remi don't avoid discussing their sex lives with Lewis.

You can see the outcome of this on the Dead Letter Circus Instagram page.

I'd like to thank, Satan.

John Butler dropped in for a surprise visit.

Lewis personally cleaned all the awards.

#1 Dads are #1.

Jezabels' Hayley Mary silences Lewis.

Dead Letter Circus rockin' out.

Hilltop Hoods lay down respect to Murray The Wiggle.

Multiple winner Courtney Barnett beams in her acceptance speech from the States.

Cloher accepts the night's big award when Milk Records take out Label Of The Year.

Harts, aka the artist known as Prince's favourite.

Until next year.