This competition has officially ended and all further submissions will be disregarded. The winners will be announced here and on all our socials during October 2022.
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The winners will be announced on our social channels and on this blog page in September, 2022.
"I'm excited to see what people do now that I’ve made these songs available to sample on Tracklib. In some ways, it’s like passing the baton."
— Chicane (Judge)
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This placement competition commemorates the 25th anniversary of Far from the Maddening Crowds, the official debut by UK producer Chicane. On the 1997 album, he moves with ease between ambient soundscapes, breakbeats, and Ibiza-inspired dance anthems. As one-half of the duo Disco Citizens, Chicane first entered the Top 40 charts in 1995 with their hit "Right Here Right Now." In the decades to come, he’d find his way into the charts numerous times including collaborations with the likes of Tom Jones, Ferry Corsten, Cher, Natasha Bedingfield, Keane, and an official remix for Bryan Adams. After four years of working with Armada Music, **Chicane**officially signed to the Dutch imprint in 2012.
Armada Music was founded in 2003 by global dance icon Armin van Buuren, who together with business partners Maykel Piron and David Lewis forms the label’s name (Ar-Ma-Da). Armada's roster boasts a wide range of electronic music, including releases by household dance names such as Andrew Rayel, Steve Aoki, Cat Dealers, Fedde Le Grand, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Inner City's Kevin Saunderson, and Tensnake. Operating from its headquarters in Amsterdam with offices in New York and London, Armada Music is one of the biggest independent dance labels in the world.
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