Remix Competition launched, listen to Richard Russell & Damon Albarn discuss the project

DRC Music

Remix Competition launched, listen to Richard Russell & Damon Albarn discuss the project

04/11/2011
In advance of next week's 'Kinshasa One Two' album release (Nov 7th/8th) - Warp, DRC Music and Soundcloud have launched a remix competition for the track 'Hallo'.

'Hallo' was produced by DRC Music with African musicians during the 5 day trip to Kinshasa, DRC, Africa.

Get stems, upload remixes and listen to a new interview with Damon Albarn & Richard Russell.

Visit remixhallo.drcmusic.org

In addition there is an event in London happening on Monday at 'Free Fair DRC' with DJ sets from Actress and Rodaidh McDonald


The remixes will be judged by Warp Records and the DRC Music Collective, and one winner will receive production equipment provided by Novation, Focusrite & Blue Microphone - plus Soundcloud 'Pro' memberships.

1 - Novation Impulse 25 Midi Controller
1 - Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 Soundcard
1 - Blue 'Yeti' USB Recording Microphone
1 - Soundcloud Pro Account (1 year)
+ Two runners up will each receive access to a Soundcloud Pro account for a year.


DRC Music: Kinshasa One Two - out on Monday

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Profits from the album go towards furthering Oxfam's work in DRC.

'Kinshasa One Two' was recorded during a 5 day trip to Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo by DRC Music - a collective of 11 producers working together with over 50 local musicians. All profits from the album will go directly towards helping Oxfam’s efforts in DRC.

The song 'Hallo' is a collaboration between Congolese musicians Nelly Liyemge & Tout Puissant Mukalo with Damon Albarn & Richard Russell.

http://drcmusic.org


11 PRODUCERS including Damon Albarn, T-E-E-D, Dan The Automator, Actress, Jneiro Jarel, Richard Russell, Remi Kabaka, Rodaidh McDonald, Kwes & more

5 DAYS in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa, working with over 50 local Congolese musicians

1 ALBUM 'Kinshasa One Two' - all profits to aid Oxfam's work in the DRC, released on Warp Records.