Well I had signed up for Indaba not fully trusting the site. I saw the opportunity and sent our stuff over not thinking anything of it, more of a “why not, what have I got to lose?” type of thing. I had no expectations as the industry is ridiculously over saturated and a lot of music doesn’t even get listened because there is so much to sort through. When I was contacted about being one of the finalists at first I had no idea what they were talking about because I had completely forgotten about sending in our song and then I was like “wow maybe this is legit?”. It’s hard to really believe anything or get excited about anything because opportunities dissolve just as quick as they arise in the music business. Continue reading
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Glenn Main, a musician from Norway, has been doing electronic music since he was 13. He’s only been on Indaba since March and he’s already won his first opportunity with his remix of “Namo Namo” in the Spirit Voyage Opportunity.
Freakquincy, a duo from the North, has just received their second Grand Prize Win! Check out this winning duo and their Daft Punk remix in our interview below.
*last year, the band released an entire album of Indaba remixesincluding Ben’s “Gin and Money.”
Stefani, or as some of you might know as Solid State, has a confession to make: she has the Indabadiction.
Her introduction into the world of Indaba has greatly influenced her life and current career path. She shifted her course from djing to focus on remixing and creating original music. Though we’re certain that some great opportunities are coming her way for her solo work, she’s content to linger in the remix realm for just a little while longer.
Check out her winning submission for “push it” and a special video from Jessie and the Toy Boys below!