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alt-J is an English indie rock band formed in 2007 in Leeds, England, by Gwil Sainsbury, Joe Newman, Gus Unger-Hamilton and Thom Green.
- genres: Alternative rock, Indie rock, Experimental music, Art rock, Psychedelic folk, Experimental rock, Folk rock, Folktronica
- albums: "An Awesome Wave", "Breezeblocks", "Matilda (Remixes)", "Tessellate", "Matilda / Fitzpleasure", "Dissolve Me (Remixes)", "Something Good (Remixes)", "ITunes Session", "Tessellate (Remixes)", "Breezeblocks (Remixes)", "∆ (Demo EP)", "Summer Remix", "This Is All Yours", "Left Hand Free", "Hunger Of The Pine", "Every Other Freckle"
- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to UK Festival Award for Best Breakthrough Act
- nominated to MTV Video Music Award for Best Art Direction - "Tessellate" (Art Director: Charlie Lambros), with Charlie Lambros
- nominated to Brit Award for British Breakthrough Act
- nominated to Brit Award for MasterCard British Album of the Year - "An Awesome Wave"
- nominated to Brit Award for British Group
- nominated to NME Award for Best Album - "An Awesome Wave"
- nominated to NME Award for Worst Band
- nominated to NME Award for Best New Band
- nominated to World Music Award for World’s Best Album - "An Awesome Wave"
- official website: www.altjband.com
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Learning Technologies Journal (ALT-J), 7(3), 33-43. Fischer, F., Troendle, P., & Mandl, H. (2003). Using the Internet to improve university education: Problem- oriented Web-based learning with MUNICS. Interactive Learning Environments ...
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Alt-J, 5(1), 27-32. Galdes, D. K., & Smith, P. J. (1990).
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