It’s not everyday you get the chance to get signed to the venerable Get Physical label, so consider this a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, courtesy of your friends at Beatport. That’s right—win this week’s Climbers and Blond:ish Play contest for their collaborative track “Town Joker” and you could have your version officially put out by one of tech-house’s most celebrated labels. What’s more, you’ll also snag a Point Blank Pro producer course, a Traktor Kontrol X1 controller, and a copy of our Sounds to Sample Elements sounds pack.
So upload your submission by June 3 to be considered for the contest. Of course, there’s a whole lot more going on at Play, so check it all out below.
One more week left to enter:
- Boris Dlugosch’s “Never Enough” contest
Two more weeks to enter:
- Yousef’s “Italo Sleeze” contest
Three more weeks to enter:
- Vaski “Baddest” contest
- JumoDaddy won Zomboy’s “Here to Stay” contest with this entry and had this to say: “I’m a big fan of 110 bpm. The original track was very inspiring in general. I like Lady Chann’s vocals, since I’ve played reggae/dancehall music for years. I tried to reform the whole song into something that reminds me of Jamaican soundclashes. I like the musical-war feeling of the lyrics and I tried to emphasize this with the well-known dancehall samples, such as “bullet” from Bounty Killer and the “anyone test dead” soundclash sample. I also added some military-march drums and some air-raid sirens, which sound like a pad under the breakdown. Of course, it’s not about real war—just musical battle. It was a competition after all.”