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Dead Famous Remix Contest - DHD "Scene"

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We at Dead Famous have a wonderful opportunity for everyone. In the coming months, we will be releasing a Remix EP, where some of our favorite artists around have picked their favorite Dead Famous release, and are turning out killer 2009 remixes of them. To coincide with that release, we will be hosting a remix contest for DHD's seminal slab of techfunkery, "Scene". I am sure most people remember this tune for it's sampling of a well known guitar riff, coupled with vocals about reading on online forums that the scene is dead. We think that new remixes of Scene from today's artists has the potential to blow the roof off, so we decided to put it to a contest. Entries are not limited to breaks, in fact we encourage remixers from all musical styles to enter. Everyone is eligible unless you already work for Dead Famous (not in a release/remix aspect), at which point you already know that you can't enter. We fully expect to hear some awesome interperetations of this already great tune from of everyone who enters.

To enter, all you have to do is download the parts from this message. Send all completed entries in either 320 kbps mp3 or Wav format to [email protected] The deadline for entries is May 1st, 2009. We will then take a few days to listen to all the entries, and announce the lucky winners on May 11th, on www.nuskoolbreaks.co.uk.

Prizes (The important part)

1st Place

- Your remix will be featured on the Dead Famous Remix EP coming out later this year.

- You are guaranteed one future original release on Dead Famous.

- You are guaranteed one additional remix on a future Dead Famous release.

- The entire Dead Famous back catalog in mp3 form.

2nd Place

- You are guaranteed one remix on a future Dead Famous release.

- The entire Dead Famous back catalog in mp3 form

3rd Place

- The entire Dead Famous back catalog in mp3 form.

Download the parts via Megaupload here!

Download the parts via ZShare here!

Download the parts via Sendspace here!

As some already know, Dead Famous has some massive plans for 2009, and this is just one small part of it. We hope that you all enjoy the project, and we look forward to hearing your entries. Best of luck to everyone who enters!

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