With the massive success of their Change EP, the rising big room trio PeaceTreaty have issued a remix competition looking for new versions of ‘Change’ to play out in their sets! The contest is officially underway and has already seen some huge entries, so follow the guidelines below and get to work!
Dim Mak Records Presents… The ‘Change’ Remix Contest
TO ENTER FOR A CHANCE TO WIN: 1) Download ‘Change’ stems HERE
2) Get to work in your studio and remix ‘Change’
3) Submit your remix by adding to the ‘Drop Box’ below before midnight on August 2nd. Any remixes submitted after 12:00am on August 2nd will not be entered into the contest. All remixes must be submitted as 192kbps MP3s.
4) PeaceTreaty will then listen carefully, and we’ll announce the winner on August 11th.
In August, we threw a remix competition in conjunction with the release of Booth, the debut EP from Metamimetic artist and GDD homie, Sam Wilkes. We received a grip of entries, and have thoroughly enjoyed listening to them all – there were some really sick submissions, but there could only be one winner. Big ups to DJ Avedon, an LA-based New Yorker, whose Dutch House rendition of the Wilkes track really stood out among some stiff competition:
If you remember back to a time on le hypemachine before the popular charts were invaded by shitty kid cudi mashups, then you might remember a trio called DiscoTech that would regularly be seen at the top with smashing remixes. After a hiatus, they’ve returned with a club-ready EP titled ‘Devestating’, which they’ve sent over fo’ free, so you poor ass college kids can go save your money for a tallboy of PBR for after class. They also sent along the acapella to your future girlfriend’s favorite track ‘IMMIA’, so all you budding producers out there without the tight connects can get to working, because I’ll be posting the top three remixes right here. Send all entrances to firstname.lastname@example.org and go tell DiscoTech how you burned the soles of your fav disco shoes on their twitter
ATL’s freshest kids from White Light recs just sent over an exclusive joint called “White Girls”, which matches their talent for rapping over an infectious b-more inspired bassline with a hint of southern swag. We here at GDD thought it to be a great idea to collab with White Light to bring you our first remix competition after they said that AC Slater, Klever, and others are going to be working on it, so we figured why not give our faithful readers a shot at the big leagues. While official rules/prizes/etc have not been established, I have the acappella so if you’re really really eager to get to work, shoot me an email at email@example.com