Endline: October 1, 2009Endline: October 1, 2009
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Price: free/register needed
Status: Contest finished on 01-10-2009.
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This time let’s remix latest track by Adam Shaw, artist supported by John Digweed, Josh Wink, Dubfire, deadmau5 Nic Fanciulli, Mark Knight…wow. Take this opportunity and download the remix parts!

Here a little bit details, follow the links to read it completely:

Hold the phone, stop the press, pause the iPod. Every so often there comes a competition offering a reward that’s a cut above the standard ‘lifetime’s supply of haemorrhoid cream’, or equivalent rubbish that some companies try to pass off as a prize these days. This, dear readers, is one such competition…The esteemed folk over at Spinout Records (that’s us!) are launching a remix contest with a twist. Not only will the winning production get a release on the label, Spinout will also be awarding the lucky budding artist a place on a music production course of their choice at the world famous Acadamy of Contemporary Music in Guildford. As if that weren’t enough, they’re also chucking in a brand new Vestax VCM-600 controller, perfect for Ableton Live, as well. Crikey, you can keep your bloody bum cream!*

The track up for re-work is Adam Shaw’s ‘Organyc’ – a jackin’ little techno number complete with ghostly vocals, super-jazzy keyboard  and chock full of shoulder-wiggling groove. The winning edit will be released alongside the original, as well as another remix by a very special guest. While the label are open to a wide range of interpretations on the original track, entrants should be aware of the largely house and techno based nature of their back catalogue, and remixes should fit broadly within this spectrum. To get hold of the parts of the track head over to the member’s area of the Spinout website, where they are available for download

I didn’t found the original mix, but you can instead check out another tracks from Adam Shaw. (If you find the original one, please get in contact)