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Remix David Attenborough’s field recording

Remix David Attenborough’s field recording

Remix David Attenborough’s field recording

  • UK music creators can remix David Attenborough’s field recording ‘Gender Wayang’ from today with the deadline to upload remixes being June 10 2019
  • Distinguished panel including Sir David Attenborough, Ghostpoet, Matthew Herbert, Cerys Matthews, Hannah Peel and Gilles Peterson will collate a shortlist of 6 remixes for the public to vote for the winner
  • Winner will receive an award at this year’s Songlines Music Awards ceremony and perform at the aftershow party

We created is excited to show you one of the top remix competitions of the year!

PRS foundation and David Attenborough have teamed up with some great names like Giles Peterson, Cerys Matthews and Ghostpoet to bring you an exclusive remix competition.

David was amazed on a visit to Bali all the way back in the 1950s, how quickly a local tribe could pick up songs from hearing then once.
So now some almost 70 years on, you have the same opportunity to impress Sir David Attenborough and friends with your remix of “Gender Wayang”

A super star Line up of judges


You have until the 10th of June to enter.

 

These opportunities do not come around that often so make sure to take full advantage of this one.
With a star packed panel of judges that most would love to have listen to their music.
Throw in the prize of being including in the Songlines Music Awards ceremony and perform at the aftershow party

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All the information about the remix competition can be found on the PRS website 

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