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Imagine 24 hours in the Red Bull Studio…

22nd August 2011

Imagine 24 hours in the Red Bull Studio…Do you have enough fans to win?

Red Bull Sound Vault wants your band; you could be in with the chance to win 24 hours recording in the Red Bull Studio. This could be the big break your band is looking for!

To enter Red Bull Sound Vault you must email your biography to communications.nz@nz.redbull.com, once your profile is live then it’s up to you to engage your fans to vote for you by ‘liking’ your Sound Vault profile via the Facebook tab on www.redbullstudio.co.nz.

The three bands with the most ‘likes’ by September 26th, win flights, accommodation and transport to the Red Bull Studio. Get your band entered into the Red Bull Sound Vault and on the site as early as possible to give you and your ‘likes’ a head start.

Once you’re in Red Bull Sound Vault the clock is ticking and you have to make every second count to make your single, EP or whatever you want before your 24 hours is up and the vault doors close.

Head to www.redbullstudio.co.nz for more information.

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