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Remix a track, get your work pressed on vinyl. All you have to do is win a competition...

To mark the release of Microwave's debut single The Sound Of No Good I have decided to launch a remix competition in search for talented producers who want to get their music signed and printed on vinyl along with some big names in the industry. You can listen to a full length version of the track at Microwave's MySpace profile: www.myspace.com/microwavesounds

The general framework of Horseplay Records is Minimal Techno/House/Electro, but that should serve you as a guideline rather than a strict limitation to your creative approach. I am looking for interesting new wave dancefloor music, opposing the clichés of electronic music creation and pushing the boundaries of perception to a new level.

If you are interested in taking part in the remix competition send a message to mwavemusic@googlemail.com and I will arrange the transfer of a bank with sample extracts from the master track.

Competition Rules:

  • You should submit only one remix per artist name.
  • Encode your final version as a WAV or AIFF (24-bit preferred over 16-bit)
  • The file should be sent via www.yousendit.com and addressed to mwavemusic@googlemail.com
  • With your submission, include your:
    • Artist name
    • Real name
    • Website address
    • Mailing address
    • Biography
    • Photograph
  • Closing date for entry submission: 1.Sept.2007

Good luck and productive knob tweaking.

Microwave

More information from www.myspace.com/microwavesounds

By our press release coordinator Thursday November 30, 2006