Ignite Records competition for unsigned band video!

Ignite Records UK are Glasgow based and have achieved a lot for a label less than a year old. They’ve helped unsigned artists achieve high profile radio airplay including being playlisted on the BBC Radio Scotland Tom Morton show, selected by A&R Craig McGee (Warner Chappel) to be played on BBC Introducing with Ally McCrae, song of the week on Amazing Radio and gaining massive exposure worldwide on other prestigious new music stations.

In their quest for fresh talent, Ignite Records UK are campaigning to find the best UK unsigned act for which they will make a music video. The video will be produced by upcoming director Joshua Porter. http://www.joshuaporter.co.uk

Previous videos directed by Joshua Porter have included Scotlands’ Fatherson recent video “Hometown” which can be found at their website.

http://www.fatherson.co.uk/

Just shout out your favourite unsigned band over at the Ignite Records UK Facebook page:

www.facebook.com/igniterecordsuk

You can also tweet them at www.twitter.com/igniterecordsuk

They’ll take into consideration the amount of noise your fans make as there is so much talent on the unsigned scene and want to make sure there is a demand for your band.

Competition closes 31st July and you/your band must be available in the UK after the closing date.

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