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Carbon Logic New Music Cycles

Carbon Logic runs regular searches to spotlight the most outstanding artists and freshest music emerging through the carbon logic network.

For each cycle Carbon Logic partners with a Curator to compile a shortlist of their favourite new music and to select their one favourite track to remix.

The Carbon Logic Cycles are released on 12" Vinyl and as Digital Compilations.

Guest Curators are selected to reflect diversity in music, progressive attitudes to artist development and commitment to the front line of new music makers.

Current shortlist

CYCLE #11 - GNOD:

WINNING TRACKS:

Cycle #6 - July 2008
"Lost Highway" by Robert Logan.
curator #6 - Anselm Guise (The Glade, Nano Records)
prize #6 - live slot at The Glade Festival, UK.
Cycle #5 - January 2008
"Zeitgeist Part 1" by Gnod.
curator #5 - tony x & rhys y (noisestar_music)
prize #5 - two day recording session at Dropout Studios, UK.
Cycle #4 - July 2007
"Monty" by Grinny Grandad.
curator #4 - Justin Rushmore (Finger Lickin' Records)
prize #4 - two day recording session at Snorkel Studios, UK.
Cycle #3 - March 2007
"Rewind!" by Duchess.
curator #3 - Tony Nwachukwu and Gavin Alexander (CDR, Burntprogress)
prize #3 - two day recording session at Snorkel Studios, UK.
Cycle #2 - November 2006
"Aragami Style" by ZILLA.
curator #2 - Mr.Trick (Rhythm Incursions, Needlework Records)
prize #2 - two day recording session at Carbon Lodge Studios, UK.
Cycle #1 - January 2008
"Be Cool and Sexy" by Pang Ka I.
curator #1 - Stoppa (XFM)
prize #1- two day recording session at Carbon Lodge Studios, UK.

Competition terms and conditions

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Competition info

CYCLE #11 May - October 2014:

GNOD - CYCLE #11:

GNOD Curate Carbon Logic’s CYCLE #11 search for new music The winner will get the chance to release a 15 minute per side tape on GNOD's new label imprint Tesla Tapes.

Read more about GNOD - CYCLE #11: