Black Coffee, James Blake, Caribou are among the 2022 Grammy Nominees

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  • The contenders for Best Dance/Electronic Album, Best Dance/Electronic Recording and other categories have been revealed.
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  • The 64th annual Grammy Awards, scheduled to air on January 31st via CBS, has shared its full list of nominees. Names for Best Dance/Electronic Recording include Ólafur Arnalds featuring Bonobo for "Loom," James Blake's "Before," Bonobo and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs for "Heartbreak," Caribou's "You Can Do It" and Rüfüs Du Sol's "Alive." For Best Dance/Electronic Music Album, Black Coffee's Subconsciously, Sylvan Esso's Free Love and Judgement by Ten City are among the front-runners. Other notable nominations include ABBA's I Still Have Faith in You for Record Of The Year, Pakistani composer Arooj Aftab for Best New Artist and Leon Bridges' Gold-Diggers Sound for Best R&B Album. Booker T's remix of Soul II Soul's "Back To Life" snagged a nomination for Best Remixed Recording, while Angélique Kidjo was nominated in both the Best Global Music Performance and Best Global Music Album categories. Long-running German house duo Booka Shade was nominated for Best Immersive Audio Album for the 63rd Grammy Awards, as the category was postponed last year. Composer Hans Zimmer's score for Dune is up for Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media while David Byrne's American Utopia, produced by Byrne and Spike Lee, is up for Best Music Film. Check out the complete list of 2022 Grammy nominations.