The annual National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMAs) glowed with some of the country's finest musicians in Darwin's Ampitheatre on Saturday evening.
Both well-known and up-and-coming artists were acknowledged with diva Jess Mauboy and new star Dan Sultan both named Artist of the Year.
Young rap artist Philly was given the Best New Talent Award and the soulful Thelma Plum took home Song of the Year for "How much does your love cost".
The night was filled with entertainment featuring special performances by the greatly loved Yothu Yindi and Gurrumul to stir the audiences.
2015 National Indigenous Music Awards winners
Album of the Year
Sheplife - Briggs - Buy their album
Song of the Year
How much does your love cost? - Thelma Plum - Buy their album
New Talent of the Year
Philly - Buy their music
Community Music Clip
Cairns Murri Crew - Built to Last - Buy their song
Desert Pea Media
East Journey for Mokuy & Bonba - Buy their album
The Karungkarni Band - Listen to their music