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Saturday 09 March 2019

Calling All Young Record Producers: Brighton Music Company Offers Global Publishing Opportunity

Brighton-based music company Liftmusic are looking for talented young music production students to remix one of their tracks, with an instant £100 cash prize up for grabs and a global publishing opportunity… 

Step Back a track originally recorded by JB & Jim Oxborrow, is set to appear on the soundtrack for 2019 Hollywood feature film: What Men Want


Opening in theatres in the US earlier this month, What Men Want stars Taraji P. Henson and has proved a hit across the pond already. 


In anticipation of the UK cinema release, Liftmusic are inviting rising studio engineers and producers in the local area to put their own spin on the track. 

The most original entry will be judged and selected by Liftmusic, with the selected winner guaranteed to earn an instant £100 cash prize and see their cut released worldwide…

The Deal:

Remixer agrees to transfer the rights, master & copyright of the remix to Liftmusic and in return gets 20% publishing split of remixed version +20% of library uses (sync) +£100. In the case of a 2nd or 3rd place release, same deal less £100.


If you think you have what it takes to produce a winning remix of Step Back by JB & Jim Oxborrow, please send your submission to the following email address remixcomp@liftmusic.co.uk

by: Mike Cobley



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