Local Govt | National News Video | Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Search

 


Red Bull Sound Vault Winners Announced

The doors have closed on Red Bull Sound Vault 2011; Three lucky New Zealand bands have won 24 hours recording in the Red Bull Studio.

The variety of entries was fantastic; all areas of New Zealand were represented across all musical genres. The fans voted in the thousands, the people spoke and the winners have been decided.

The three winners of the Red Bull Sound Vault 2011 are The Crimson Vendetta, Kaos Factory and Olie Bassweight & Timmy P.

The winning bands will be flown to Auckland where they receive 24 hours recording time in the Red Bull Studio, accommodation and studio transfers.

Once inside the studio, the clock will be ticking. Could this be the big chance these bands are waiting for? What will they record? Could this launch them to stardom?
For more info on each band check out…

The Crimson Vendetta
Kaos Factory
Olie Bassweight & Timmy P

Keep up to date with Red Bull Sound Vault and follow the winning bands at www.redbullstudio.co.nz

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Regional Headlines

 

Sugar: Auckland Leisure Centres Axe Unhealthy Drinks

Auckland Council is to stop selling drinks that are sweetened by sugar from vending machines at its leisure centres in a bid to try to reduce obesity and type 2 diabetes... More>>

ALSO:

Gordon Campbell: On Todd McClay’s Faulty Memory

Time and again, whenever an issue arises the initial response by government is to deny or diminish the problem – nothing to worry about here, everything’s OK, move on. Then, hang on. In line with the usual pattern, as embarrassing details emerged into daylight, the story changed. More>>

ALSO:

Labour's 'Future Of Work': Major Reform Of Careers And Apprenticeships

The next Labour Government will transform careers advice in high schools to ensure every student has a personalised career plan, Leader of the Opposition Andrew Little says. More>>

ALSO:

State Investments Management: Treasury Likes IRD, Not Education Or Corrections

The Inland Revenue Department has scored an 'A' in the first tranche of the Treasury's investor confidence rating for state agencies that manage significant Crown investments and assets, gaining greater autonomy as a result, while the Corrections and Education ministries gained a 'C' rating. More>>

ALSO:

Govt Goal: NZ To Be "Predator Free" By 2050

Prime Minister John Key has today announced the Government has adopted the goal of New Zealand becoming Predator Free by 2050... “That’s why we have adopted this goal. Our ambition is that by 2050 every single part of New Zealand will be completely free of rats, stoats and possums." More>>

ALSO:

Gordon Campbell: On The IOC’s Treatment Of Russian Sport, And Lone Wolf Terrorism

A blanket ban on Russian athletes would also have exposed the IOC to criticism that its treatment of Russia would have been marked contrast to its treatment say, of the track and field team from Kenya – a country about which the IOC has very similar doping concerns. More>>

ALSO:

Get More From Scoop

 

LATEST HEADLINES

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Regional
Search Scoop  
 
 
Powered by Vodafone
NZ independent news