Boris Dlugosch’s “Never Enough,” with vocalist Róisín Murphy is a stone-cold classic house track from more than a decade back. And now it’s in the hands of the Play community for a huge remix contest, for which the winner will receive Electrix’s Tweaker MIDI controller, a Sounds to Sample Elements pack, and have his or her remix released on Peppermint Jam Records. The contest closes on May 13 so get to work. Of course, there’s lots more on offer at Play, too, so see what contests are closing soon below.

One more week left to enter:
– Dragonette’s “My Legs” contest

Two more weeks to enter:
– Murk’s “Die 4 U” contest

Three more weeks to enter:
– Tomorrow’s World’s “Drive” contest

Vote now:
– Zomboy’s “Here to Stay” contest
– Stafford Brothers’ “Hello” contest

February winners:
– Electric Mantis’ winning submission for Tomcraft’s “Like a Roller” contest
– Khidja’s winning submission Rhythm Odyssey & Dr. Dunks’ “Electric Fantasy” contest
– Beat Tribe’s winning submission for Omid 16B’s “The Game” contest
– Readyboy’s winning submission for Zombie Nation’s “Level” contest
– Matt Zell’s winning submission for Filth & Splendour’s “Life Time” contest