Young Guns Remixed final days!
Producers, DJ’s, muso’s remixers, we hope you got amongst the Young Guns Remixed competition and sent your remix in. It’s the last few days of the competition, move fast if you missed it, R10k could fund a lot of spring fun:
Levi’s® is once again offering aspiring young producers the opportunity to remix the bands for the second annual competition. Last year, producers from across the country were invited to take part in the first-of-its-kind campaign. Entries were of such a high standard and have raised the platform for the competition this year.
To all aspiring producers out there: ‘If you think you’ve got the rhythmic ability to twist Howard Roark’s music into a house style, or you’re convinced that you’ve got just the right beats to lay under Siyamatic’s hypnotic guitar riffs and rhyme style, then you need to enter this competition and prove to the music world that you’ve got what it takes to take the Levi’s® Young Guns sound to the next level’.
The choices are endless. The producer will decide which tracks they want to remix from any of the Levi’s® Young Guns artists, then get in touch with Matchboxology at firstname.lastname@example.org and request seperates of the band and the song that you want to remix by end September 2008.
The producer will then be sent the actual separate tracks requested on a disc, to do their remix and bring on the magic. Once this is complete, the producer is to upload the final remix back onto the www.myspace.com/levisyoungguns for people to listen to.
Then the judging begins, with all remixes competing for the sought-after first prize of R10 000.00. The judging panel includes musical maestro, supreme funk selector DJ Kenzhero and Miss H (from Shadoworks), Young Guns representative.
So, if you’re all about reworking sounds, and you want to be involved with the most progressive groups on the local music scene, then show your skills and remix the Levi’s® Young Guns. It’s your chance to make your mark.
For more information, go to www.myspace.com/levisyoungguns.