The drum & bass favorite is inviting new talent to send him music for the first entry in the series in nearly five years.
Nightlife 7, the first entry in the series since 2013, also marks the first time the RAM Records boss is opening up the project to new and up-and-coming producers, who are encouraged to submit exclusive music to be considered for placement on the release. "Nightlife, to me, is a representation and snapshot of where I feel drum & bass is at in this moment in time," he says. "Right now it's stronger than ever and I want to express this the best way I can."
The competition is open now, and it'll end on April 20th. Artists interested in being involved can upload their tracks at the Nightlife 7 website. Those who make the cut will be informed by the end of June.
Clarke launched the Nightlife series in 2003, and it's often been cited as crucial listening for drum & bass fans.
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