The Closer PDX festival returns this June for the second time. Featuring over 50 performers, Portland’s underground music festival will be hosting a Nude Photo Music label showcase event on Friday, June 22nd. Stay tuned for more details!
We had a few delays due to some technical difficulties, but we are now online!
Visit the contest entries page on Nude Photo Music to cast your vote! Don’t forget to “Like” your favorite tracks on Facebook!
The response to the Darin Marshall Monument Remix Contest has been exceedingly positive! We’ve had a few tracks uploaded to the Soundcloud Group, and we’re excited to see a few more popping up here and there.
We’re also excited to announce that Audio Damage has joined in sponsoring our remix contest! The grand prize winner will receive their choice of one each instrument and effect plugins. The second place winner will receive their choice of one plugin.
Contest submissions are open until June 8th, so if you registered, but have not submitted a remix, you still have time!
Tips for the contest:
- Site registration is required for contest entry. But if you’re getting this email, you’ve already registered for the site!
- Make sure you submit your remix to the Soundcloud Group. Please disable downloads when you upload your remix!
- Once submissions are closed – voting will begin, and you’ll have much better chances of winning if you promote the remix to your friends on Facebook and other social networks!
- Contact us by email at email@example.com if you need help or have questions!
We’re excited to have you onboard, and get those remixes in!
Celebrating Portland’s unique and vibrant underground nightlife, Closer 2011 unites many of the city’s respected and influential djs, producers and live performers in a two-day, five venue festival event.
Visit closerpdx.com for more information.
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