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Remix the dreamy, synth-heavy “Pool Song” which premiered
on COLORS on 17 September 2020, by Berlin-based duo Lea Porcelain for a chance to win a release on Lea Porcelain Recordings. The track is featured in GTA, and has a bunch of upcoming remixes from Âme, Frank Wiedemann, Blawan (Berghain) and Roman Flügel. Get your track premiered on Beatportal, and a $6000 prize package.
The deadline for entries is on March 14 at 11:59 PM Pacific Time.
The winner will be notified w/c March 29.
The winner will be announced on April 9 on Beatportal and Beatport and Rockstar’s socials.
The winning remix will get an official release on Lea Porcelain Recordings, the track premiered on Beatportal and a $6000 prize package including:
One-Year Loopcloud Subscription
Bundle of Plugins from Plugin Boutique
Beatport Download Credits
One Year of Beatport Link Pro
NI Traktor S4 Controller
Genelec A Pair of 8020D Monitor Speakers
Teenage Engineering “Ultimate Punch” Pocket Operator Pack
Roland Customized V-Moda Headphones
Roland Cloud Ultimate 6 Month Subscription
Roland Zenbeats Ultimate 6 Month Subscription
SUBPAC X1 and C1 Pro Wireless Bundle
Elektron DDS-8 Digitakt 8-Track Sampler and MIDI Sequencer with
Rockstar’s prizes – Grand Theft Auto V Swag Including Heist Edition Kubrick Set, Hoodie, and Zippo Lighter
About Lea Porcelain
Lea Porcelain is a Berlin-based duo comprised of producer Julien Bracht and singer Markus Nikolaus. A new German band receiving international attention from Apple Music’s Zane Lowe as well as KEXP’s John Richards who continuously premieres and plays every release in his morning show.
They stand for a new German era of sound with a hybrid setup. Their sound is genre-bending and covers elements from electronic music, post-punk combined with indie-rock as well as folk elements. Every track is covered with a tasteful layer of melancholy and poetry that stretches
over heartbreaking synth lines.