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FBi’s Northern Lights Competition 2012

CBAA News, 10th September 2012
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This October, FBi is giving two solo artists from NSW the experience of a lifetime.

After helping launch the career’s of Sydney’s Oliver Tank and Rainbow Chan last year, FBi Radio is excited to announce the return of the Northern Lights competition in 2012.

This October, FBi is giving two solo artists from NSW the experience of a lifetime – a trip to Iceland to perform live in Reykjavik and collaborate with Icelandic musicians.

Accompanied and supported by FBi’s Music Director Dan Zilber, winners will get the chance to meet and greet international artists and draw inspiration from one of the world’s most beautiful landscapes.

To enter, simply complete the entry form located here and submit a link to your original music. FBi will select six finalists, with the final two winners determined through public vote.

Winners will be in announced on Monday 15 October.

We’re looking for entries from solo artists and electronic music producers across NSW. If you fit the bill, enter now.

FBi’s mission is to introduce local artists to wider audiences and in its nine years on air, has helped launch the careers of household names including Gotye, Angus & Julia Stone, The Presets, Cloud Control, The Jezebels, Tame Impala and Hermitude. FBi’s goal is to extend this mission to the  international arena by providing opportunities for local musicians to meet the major international labels, festivals, bookers and agents.

Entries open today and close Friday 28 September.

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