This year’s Grammy nominations were released today with a handful of familiar names in dance music, particularly among the remixers.

The “Best Remixed Recording” category features Chicago’s Terry Hunter for his remix of Beyonce’s “Break My Soul,” Paul Woolford for his remix of “Slow Song” by The Knocks & Dragonette and Four Tet for his remix of Ellie Goulding’s “Easy Lover.”

Purple Disco Machine’s remix of “About Damn Time” from Lizzo and Soulwax’s remix of Wet Leg’s “Too Late Now” round out the category, which is limited to singles and tracks only.

The Best Dance/Electronic Recording and Best Dance/Electronic Music Album categories are dominated by a handful of the same names, including Beyonce, Bonobo, David Guetta and Kaytranada:

Best Dance/Electronic Recording

For solo, duo, group or collaborative performances. Vocal or Instrumental. Singles or tracks only.

“Break My Soul,” Beyoncé
Beyoncé, Terius “The-Dream” Gesteelde-Diamant, Jens Christian Isaksen & Christopher “Tricky” Stewart, producers; Stuart White, mixer

“Rosewood,” Bonobo
Simon Green, producer; Simon Green, mixer

“Don’t Forget My Love,” Diplo & Miguel
Diplo & Maximilian Jaeger, producers; Luca Pretolesi, mixer

“I’m Good (Blue),” David Guetta & Bebe Rexha
David Guetta & Timofey Reznikov, producers; David Guetta & Timofey Reznikov, mixers

“Intimidated,” KAYTRANADA feat. H.E.R.
H.E.R. & KAYTRANADA, producers; KAYTRANADA, mixer

“On My Knees,” RUFUS DU SOL
Jason Evigan & RUFUS DU SOL, producers; Cassian Stewart-Kasimba, mixer


Best Dance/Electronic Music Album

For vocal or instrumental albums. Albums only.

Renaissance, Beyonce
Fragments, Bonobo
Diplo, Diplo
The Last Goodbye, ODESZA
Surrender, RUFUS DU SOL

Beyonce took a total of 9 Grammy nominations; Kendrick Lamar scored 8.

The 2023 Grammy awards will be held on Sunday February 5, 2023 at the Los Angeles events center that might have a new name by then but is still presently known as “ Arena.”

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