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Sia, Flume, Troye Sivan and One Direction win ARIA Awards

The 2016 Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards (ARIAs) took place this week and Aussie producer and DJ Flume was the big winner, taking home a total of 8 gongs. 

He won Album of the Year, Best Male Artist, Best Independent Release, Best Pop Release, Best Dance Release, Best Cover Art, Engineer of the Year and Producer of the Year. 

UK based boyband One Direction, who are currently on hiatus, took home the Best International Artist prize, Sia won Best Female, and "Don't Dream It's Over" legends Crowded House picked up the Hall of Fame honour.

Troye Sivan won Song of the Year and Best Video for "Youth" and he dedicated his win to LGBT youngsters: 'This is for every gay Australian kid who wants to go and make music. You can totally do it, and win an Aria Award too."

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