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Who's going to win </br>Best Song of the Year?

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There are five finalists for "Best Song of the Year" in Thursday night's Radio Milwaukee Music Awards.

Five really different songs.

From hard-driving rock to hip-hop, from indie pop to electronic and spaces in between, the musical styles in this category clearly display the Milwaukee music scene's range of genres -- and talent.

Take a listen to the finalists below. Voting has ended...but, who would you choose?

And, if you want to come to the awards party, get tickets here.


1. "This is Our Year" -- Lex Allen (featuring Lorde Fredd33)

Party vibe and empowering, positive message -- to be true to yourself.  Plus, fun crowd-shout-along chorus: "This is our year - AY!" Lex Allen is one of two finalists in this category from New Age Narcissism (NAN).

Will it be his year?





2. "All My Girls" -- The Living Statues

This single showcases the band's hard-driving, garage-rock sound and lead singer Tommy Shears' intensity. The Living Statues performed at last year's Radio Milwaukee Music Awards.



3. "Milwaukee" -- Maritime

The song calls Milwaukee a "one horse town." Some of our listeners don't see this as such a positive. But the song's video certainly feels like a love letter to the city -- and hey, it includes a scene at 88Nine -- so we'll give Maritime the benefit of the doubt.



4. "Doomsday" -- Webster X (featuring Siren)

Webster X is the second finalist in this category from New Age Narcissism (NAN). And the spacey hip-hop track features another NAN member, Siren. As a reviewer wrote in Noisey, "The beat trickles in then -- exhale -- the words drop."


5. "The Morning" -- NONOYEAHOKAY

ELECTRONICHIPHOPPUNK. This band definitely likes mashing things together. In a good way. Led by Colin Plant's vocals, NNYO call themselves "Electro Soul Pioneers." This single is from their debut EP, "Dual."


Director of Digital | Radio Milwaukee