We’ve had competitions coming out of our ears recently!

First of all, big up to all entrants, partners and winners of the various competitions we’ve been running over the past few months.

There were some pretty amazing entries for the Exit Festival competition, and we can finally announce the four lucky winners who get to play a set at Exit Festival this year:

http://www.mixcloud.com/dzontre/exit-festival-comp-2011-freaky-funk/

Freaky Funk will play the Dance Arena, DJ Government 4000 on the Suba Stage, 2beat or not 2beat get to play the Happynovisad stage, and Andrej Trilavov won a set on the Elektrana. Plus the 3 runners up won tickets: Igor Djuranoly, Ad Skal, Tariq Kahn. Check out all the winning the entries here.

The winner of the highly contested Steve Lawler’s Harlem Nights competition was BDK who will have a residency at the quarterly London Harlem Nights event. Wowsers. Here’s the deep and techy mix that clinched it. Enjoy!

!K7 & Beatport’s Mixtape for the Broken Hearted competition winner is:

http://www.mixcloud.com/davideveronesi/k7-beatports-mixtape-for-the-brokenhearted-competition/

The Outlook Festival Competition winning mix was:

The Awaken Ibiza DJ competition winner, Roskin.

Our Glade Festival’s DJ Competition winner was Little Android Man

The Dour Festival Playlist Competition winner was Thomas Kaman – enjoy the festival!

Finn McCorry, who made the winning mix for the Trouble and Bass competition- and here it is

Meanwhile, there are still plenty of competitions going on, offering you the chance to soundtrack Channel 4‘s forthcoming Athletics coverage, a chance to play the after-party at the South West Four Weekender, a guest spot on John Digweed’s Transitions Radio Show with Beatport or a whole host of goodies from the grand-daddies of house music Strictly Rhythm.

We’re also involved with an epic campaign in partnership with Dazed Magazine offshoot Satellite Voices, in search of budding DJs from the world over to create mixes that represent the unique music scenes of their home cities. Whether that be Paris, Moscow, Shanghai, Munich, Rome, Santiago or Dubai, take a look here and show the rest of the world how its done.

Best of luck to anyone entering these competitions, we’ll be working hard to put together more of the same over the coming months.

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