Radiohead dominate producer awards
Radiohead have received nominations in all the major categories for the Music Producers' Guild Awards.
Their ninth album, A Moon Shaped Pool, is up for UK album of the year, alongside David Bowie's Blackstar and Michael Kiwanuka's Love And Hate.
They are also shortlisted for single of the year, while their producer Nigel Godrich is nominated for the main prize, producer of the year.
That prize, however, no longer qualifies the winner for a Brit award.
Godrich faces competition from two-time winner Paul Epworth, who is nominated for his work on Adele's 25 and the Glass Animals album How To Be A Human Being.
The final nominee for best producer is Fraser T Smith, whose recent credits include Kano's Mercury-nominated Made In The Manor album and the debut EP by up-and-coming R&B singer Ray BLK.
The awards, now in their ninth year, also feature a new category, best self-producing artist, which sees James Blake, Jeff Lynne and Tarek Musa of Spring King go head to head.
Winners will be announced at a ceremony in London on 16 February, 2017. The main nominees are as follows:
UK Producer Of The Year
- Paul Epworth
- Nigel Godrich
- Fraser T Smith
International Producer Of The Year
- Josh Homme
- Garret 'Jacknife' Lee
- Tony Visconti
Self-producing Artist of the Year
- James Blake
- Jeff Lynne
- Tarek Musa (Spring King)
Re-mixer of the Year
- Matthew Herbert
UK Album Of The Year
- Black Star - David Bowie
- Love and Hate - Michael Kiwanuka
- A Moon Shaped Pool - Radiohead
UK Single Of The Year
- This Is What Your Came For - Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna
- Burn The Witch - Radiohead
- Pillowtalk - ZAYN
Studio Of The Year
- Abbey Road Studios
- British Grove Studios
- RAK Studios