Walking Shapes “Feel Good” Remix Contest

otjwuuxlc9vamkhuhzwgBrooklyn’s indie outfit Walking Shapes and their record label, No Shame, are proud to present the official remix contest for the band’s upcoming remix album. The contest is to remix the track “Feel Good” featured on their recent LP Taka Come On.

Walking Shapes will select from all qualified submissions and the winner will be awarded a $500 cash prize, exposure for their submission across Walking Shapes’ social media channels, plus the opportunity to be included on the official Walking Shapes remix album to be released on No Shame.

The community choice winner – the artist selected by the community (through social voting via Facebook and Twitter) and the host from the top 10% of the highest voted entries – will receive a GoPro Hero3 sports camera and exposure for their submission across Walking Shapes’ social media channels.

The remix contest is being powered by Talenthouse, where Walking Shapes is offering all of the stems from the song for download. According to the band, “We want you to take our stems and slap em, flip em, speed em up, slow em down, isolate them, escalate them and drop em right back down. The song we want you to remix is called ‘Feel Good.’ It’s produced and engineered by Grammy award winner Gus Oberg (The Strokes, Willie Nelson, and Ryan Adams). Bottom line, we want you guys to take these stems and make people ‘Feel Good’!”

All submissions must be received via Talenthouse by July 31, 2014 at 10:00AM PDT, after which voting will commence for one week. Voting ends on August 7, 2014 at 10:00AM PDT and the winner will be announced one week later on August 18, 2014.


Click here for Terms & Conditions, Official Guidelines and Rules, as well as “Feel Good” stems,
available prizes, and key dates
on the OFFICIAL CONTEST PAGE


 Click here to check out our Walking Shapes feature in Issue 12! 

Walking Shapes on the web:
http://www.walkingshapes.com/  |  Facebook  |  Twitter  |  YouTube  |  Instagram  |  Soundcloud 

Derek O’Neal

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“You have to hear this song” is a phrase you’ll often hear from Derek. His fierce music obsession began at a young age, an age when playlists were captured on cassette off the radio. As a writer, Derek has been sharing his stories since he was old enough to hold a pencil, which is a big deal since he really dislikes pencils. Today, you can find Derek scouring the web for fresh sounds that both inspire and entertain. Sometimes he takes breaks for coffee and sleep.

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