Last weekend the Canadian music industry converged in Ottawa to celebrate The 2017 JUNO Awards. The full spectrum of Canadian music was on display as artists from a wide range of genres were presented JUNO Awards.
In terms of the electronic dance music categories, Montreal artist Kaytranada won a JUNO for Electronic Album Of The Year. "99.9%" is Kaytranada's debut album and was seven years in the making.
A Tribe Called Red won their second JUNO Award in the Jack Richardson Producer Of The Year category. They also had the honour to open the 2017 JUNO Award live show last night, check out the clip below:
A Tribe Called Red did a Q&A with the media after the performance:
Bit Funk was the surprise winner by taking a JUNO for Dance Recording Of The Year, beating out artists like Shaun Frank, Zeds Dead, Jacques Greene, and Adventure Club.
Here's what all of the nominated artists were after - The JUNO Award:
Harrison performed in front of a packed crowd this past Saturday at Zaphod's as part of the JUNOfest celebrations. He gave the crowd a chill DJ set by playing tracks by Oliver, Point Point, Kartell, and Jean Tonique.
For a full list of JUNO Award winners - click here.