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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

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