22 Feb Remix Contest; Joachim Garraud – The Witch is Dead
To celebrate the release of his new album ’96 / 24 ‘, Joachim Garraud invites you to remix his track “The Witch Is Dead” feat. A Girl and A Gun, through the
There you have an international contest open to all. Votes are open to the public who will elect blindly the best remixes (remixer’s name won’t appear while the public is voting), then Joachim Garraud will pick up the winner.
Huge prizes to be won for both remixers and voters! An unique opportunity to reveal your talent massively!
Release of the remix as part as of the remix bundle + 1 copy of the new album ’96 / 24 ‘ Vinyl Collectors format + 1 Joachim Garraud’s Wesc
From 2nd to 5th remixer
1 copy of the new album ’96 / 24 ‘ Vinyl Collectors format + Guestlist entry to a concert of Joachim Garraud + 1 Joachim Garraud’s Wesc
From 6th to 10th remixer
Guestlist entry to a concert of Joachim Garraud + 1 Joachim Garraud’s Wesc headphones
For participants who rate and comment the remixes of the contest
5 Joachim Garraud’s Wesc headphones to win randomly among the voters
After perfecting his piano and percussive skills during a intensive seven year period at the Classical Music Conservatory of Nantes, France, a young Joachim Garraud was to take a more electronic route in his musical career, in the process becoming one of the most in uential and revered producers not just on the French scene, but around the world.
He has written, produced, co-written, co-produced and remixed with and for some of the planet’s most legendary artists – David Bowie, Kylie Minogue, Culture Club, Beyoncé, OMD, Deep Dish, The Eurythmics, Paul Johnson, Cassius, Cerrone, Moby and Robbie Rivera. In particular, it’s his work and extensive projects with David Guetta, Bob Sinclar and Jean-Michel Jarre that have truly helped mould the direction of modern day electronica.
Co-writing and co-producing Guetta’s hit album “Just A Little More Love” including “Love Don’t Let Me Go” and the follow-up “Guetta Blaster” and “The World Is Mine”; working with Jean-Michel Jarre on “Metamorphoses” and “AERO”; creating the GUMPROD and F*** Me I’m Famous labels with Guetta; nominated for a “Best Remix” Grammy Award alongside Bob Sinclar for their reworking of Deep Dish “Flashdance” – at every turn it’s been Joachim Garraud with his hands on the controls.