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AltSounds Online Artist Development Prize Package worth $100

AltSounds Online Artist Development Prize Package worth $1000's

In Association with our friends at ReverbNation
AltSounds has been helping artists and bands for over 8 years. This year AltSounds are taking their role even further and more seriously by offering one (1) lucky ReverbNation band / artist the chance to work with them as part of an Exclusive AltSounds Online Development Prize Package.

Full details of the package available to one lucky winner is as follows:

One month PR campaign through AltPR
Review of your latest release on, and
Lowdown Interview and File-O-Facts feature on
Mention in AltSounds' mailing list that goes out to 250K+ music fans and industry folks
Chris MUG5 Maguire designed packshot artwork for your release;
Chris MUG5 Maguire designed social networking backgrounds & Facebook Header (Youtube, Facebook & Twitter)
250K Takeover Ads across the AltSounds Network (970x250, 300 x 250 and page skin companion positioned)

Any artist or band of any calibre / genre can apply; as eclectic music lovers AltSounds will give every artist of every genre a chance to win this prize. The final winner chosen will be the one artist that AltSounds believes offers the most promise.

What better way to move your band to the next level than have a behemoth like AltSounds in your corner! Submit today.

1. Sign Up for a Reverb Nation Artist / Band Account HERE.
2. Next, submit yourself or your band through our submissions page on Reverb Nation.
We will be reviewing and accepting submissions from 15th September 2012 until 31st December 2012 and will announce our winner on 15th January 2013.



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