The ceremony, held in London's East End this evening, saw the Arctic Monkeys pick up 'Album of the Year' for Suck it and See, while Rumer scooped the 'Breakthrough Award'.
"MOJO has always been proud to champion the Arctic Monkeys," the magazine's Editor-in-Chief Phil Alexander said. "They've been on the cover twice in two years. There is something about them that is incredibly special.
"I think it's because they fit in a long line of truly great British artists."
Elsewhere, Grinderman picked up 'Song of the Year' for 'Heathen Child', and Gary Numan was presented with the 'Inspiration Award'.
Finally, Brian Wilson - best known for penning hits for The Beach Boys - entered MOJO's Hall of Fame, where he joins the likes of Sir Elton John and ska band The Specials.
Alexander noted: "As one of the principle architects of the Beach Boys' sound, Brian sold us visions of America that were infused with romanticism, hope and in places, sheer fragility. Genius is the only word for it."
The winners of this year's Glenfiddich MOJO Honours List appear below:
Breakthrough Award - Rumer
Song of the Year Award - Grinderman: 'Heathen Child'
Best Album Award - Arctic Monkeys: Suck it and See
Classic Album Award - Primal Scream: Screamadelica
Best Live Act Award - John Grant
Les Paul Award - Steve Cropper
Compilation of the Year Award - Sweet Inspiration: Songs of Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham
Catalogue Release of the Year Award - Orange Juice: 'Coals to Newcastle'
Merit Award - Martha and the Vandellas
Medal Award - Bob Harris
Hero Award - Eddie Floyd
Maverick Award - Donovan
Inspiration Award - Gary Numan
Classic Songwriter Award - Squeeze
Vision Award - Upside Down
Outstanding Contribution to Music - Public Image Ltd
Icon Award - Ringo Starr
Hall of Fame Award - Brian Wilson