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AltWeekly Awards

2013 Music Criticism Below 50,000

3rd Place: by Briana Robinson , Jackson Free Press

2010 Music Criticism Above 50,000

1st Place: Go See Phish at Least Once, On Michael Jackson's This Is It, and On 50 Cent's Self-Help Book by Rob Harvilla , The Village Voice
2nd Place: A Long Strange Trip, Just Tweet It, and DJ Beto by Jennifer Maerz , SF Weekly
3rd Place: The Day the Music Died, Katy Perry Unpeeled, and Bon Iver at Hollywood Forever Cemetery by Randall Roberts , L.A. Weekly
2nd Place: Bush Music: A Mix, Dream's Life, and Two Testaments by Chris Herrington , The Memphis Flyer
3rd Place: El Moz, Die Reggaeton Die, and The Incredible Shrinking Grammy by Enrique Lopetegui , San Antonio Current

2009 Music Criticism Above 50,000

1st Place: "Down in Front" by Rob Harvilla , The Village Voice
2nd Place: Newport, Nights Out and Fourth Quarter CDs by Jon Garelick , Boston Phoenix
3rd Place: Swagger Like Us by Pete Freedman , Dallas Observer

2009 Music Criticism Below 50,000

1st Place: Abe Kenney, Noise and Pap by Luke Baumgarten , The Inlander
2nd Place: Pity for Black Kids, Lil Wayne and Billy Corgan's Bombast by Robbie Mackey , INDY Week
3rd Place: Euro With a Thousand Faces, Wither Without You and Beach Blanket Brilliance by Justin Strout , Orlando Weekly
2nd Place: Freaks Come Out at Night by Jonathan Cunningham , New Times Broward-Palm Beach

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