Jazz singer Amy Winehouse is leading the field for the Mojo awards with three nominations including song and album of the year.
Amy Winehouse recently made an impact on the US charts
Winehouse, who was named best British female artist at the Brit Awards earlier this year, is followed by the Arctic Monkeys with two nods.
The Sheffield band are shortlisted for best song and best live act, where they face veteran rock group The Who.
Bob Dylan's US chart topper Modern Times is in the running for best album.
'Sky the limit'
Reader of Mojo magazine and users of their website handed two nominations to Texas rock group Midlake, in the best album and breakthrough act categories.
Other nominees in the song of the year category are The Gossip for Standing In The Way of Control and Scottish band The View for Same Jeans.
Johnny Cash, who died in 2003, is shortlisted for an award
Singer Johnny Cash is posthumously nominated for catalogue release of the year, for the reissue of his 1969 concert at San Quentin.
This is his second nomination in a row in the category, while he gained two further nods in last year's shortlist.
The Mojo awards ceremony will take place in London on 18 June, at which the magazine will bestow a number of honours including the Hall of Fame and lifetime achievement awards.
Editor-in-chief Phil Alexander said of Amy Winehouse: "Now the sky is the limit for her. There is nothing that can stop her apart from herself."