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on-line indie track contest to award $20,000 for high winner

New technologies allow musicians to share their music with the area sooner and less complicated than ever earlier than. but the problem is still getting the appropriate individuals to listen.

The Unsigned handiest song competition enables impartial artists to have their chance to be found out through recording industry authorities with cash and prizes awarded to the top-rated submissions.

This contest is open to any artist or group that isn't signed to a list label, in spite of adventure or size of their following.

Submissions may also be made in 13 different categories: AAA (adult Album option), AC (grownup modern), Americana, Christian, country, EDM (digital Dance song), people/Singer-Songwriter, Pop/exact forty, R&B/Hip-Hop, Rock, Screenshot, Teen and Vocal efficiency.

each category may have a first and 2d region winner in an effort to receive a couple of prizes and money when selected. A grand prize winner will obtain $20,000, a prize package and mentoring from a bunch of music trade executives.

Songs could be judged by way of excessive-profile recording artist that characterize the big selection of musical genres which are featured in their contest.

Judges this year will encompass rock band The Killers, country big name Dustin Lynch and Darryl McDaniels from Run DMC. a few song journalists have also been chosen to judge, like senior creator for amusement Weekly Kyle Anderson and Rolling Stone contributing Editor Anthony DeCurtis.

every submission charges $30 and is open unless March 16, with a chance to win further prizes for submissions from Feb. 1-15.

For extra counsel on guidelines and the way to enter discuss with Unsigned best's site at unsignedonly.com.

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