Here's the full list of this year's WAM Song Of The Year winners

Here's the full list of this year's WAM Song Of The Year winners

And massive congrats to overall winner, Beni Bjah.

Last weekend saw the 2015/16 WAM Song Of The Year Awards go down in the beautiful surrounds of B-Shed down in Fremantle, and it proved a landmark night as Beni Bjah took home the overall Award with his track Survivor, the first time an Indigenous Australian has won the award. Survivor is a track that pulls no punches, dealing with the complex racial and cultural issues facing our country, impressing the judges with profound lyrics and impeccable songwriting. As the 2015/16 Grand Prize Winner, Bjah walks away with $3K cash, plus prizes supplied by sponsors Albert Studios, Audiofly, RØDE Microphones, Perfect Pitch Publishing, Sonic Lolly,Berklee, Diskbank, Firestarter, State Of The Art Festival and more.

Check the track out below, along with a full list of the category winners underneath:

CATEGORY WINNERS

ROCK: Rag n’ Bone - Death Rattle Waltz

POP: Joni In The Moon - War And Porn

ELECTRONIC: Tobacco Rat - Trenchtown 2020

FOLK: Galloping Foxleys - My Love Affair With Archer

EXPERIMENTAL: Tangled Thoughts Of Leaving - Shaking Off Futility

BLUES/ROOTS: Katie J White - River

COUNTRY: Lynn Hazelton & Bill Chambers - Melita Station

URBAN/HIP HOP: Marksman Lloyd - Pause feat. Coin Banks & Nic Di Lena, (Prod. Sable)

HEAVY/METAL: Chaos Divine - Badge Of Honour

PUNK/HARDCORE: Nerve Quakes - Monarch

WORLD: Eastwinds - Blame Lulu Peanuts – Metsahällilaul

SCHOOL 14 YEARS & UNDER: Madi Henry - Stronger

SCHOOLS 15-17 YEARS: Charlotte Viney - With You

OUTSTANDING INDIGENOUS: Beni Bjah - Survivors

OUTSTANDING REGIONAL: FINGERS Mitchell Cullen - Didge It

JAZZ: Daniel Susnjar Afro-Peruvian Jazz Group - Pius Bartosik

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