Remix competition from Pendulum

Remix ‘The Island’ to earn a major label release via Warner Bros. Records

Pendulum and Warner Bros. Records can confirm details of an exciting new creative competition held in conjunction with Juno Download and Soundcloud. It offers the chance for one talented remixer to win a one in a lifetime chance for their remix of Pendulum's new single ‘The Island’ to be released by Warner Bros. Records.

Launched at on Monday 20th September, the winning remix – which will be selected by Pendulum's Rob Swire and Warner Bros. Records’ A&R team – will be released with full promotional and marketing support by the label. In addition to earning a royalty, the winner will also collect £500 cash, £150 worth of Juno download vouchers and a £150 Soundcloud Pro account. The direct link to the competition page is:

Four runners-up will each receive a Soundcloud Lite account and £50 worth of Juno download vouchers.

Once the competition opens, entrants can download the thirteen separate parts of Pendulum's original track from Juno from which they can create their remix with their preferred music software package. Upon completion, the finished remix will need to be uploaded as a 320kbps MP3 to Juno or Soundcloud by October 18th. The winning track will be announced that same day, with the single’s release to follow by the close of the year.

Pendulum released ‘The Island’ on September 20th and will complete a hugely successful 2010 that has included the release of their #1 album Immersion with their second major UK tour of the year. The eight-date arena tour includes a London date at Wembley Arena.

Juno Download is the MP3 and WAV download site from Juno Records, the world’s largest dance store. Offering over a million tracks and with over 1,500 new releases made available each week, Juno won DJ Magazine’s Best Record Store from 2007-2009.

Soundcloud is an online audio distribution platform which takes the daily hassle out of receiving, sending and distributing music for artists, record labels and other music professionals. It allows users to receive incoming tracks in a single place online and provides fast music uploads with the ability to track both listeners and downloaders.

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