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Uploaded | New A&R Platform Launches Songwriting Competition

Andrson are a new A&R platform that is based in Dublin. This is digital A&R. The platform uses “predictive analytics and audio AI to link unsigned, unmonetized talent with music industry professionals.”.

To celebrate their launch the new platform is running the ‘Uploaded‘ songwriting competition. With a grand prize of €10,000 this is not a competition that you will want to miss!

Uploaded is running now through to November 13th. Each month, more prizes are revealed, and all finalists will be invited to perform live in Dublin in February 2021 at a special Andrson Event.

Uploaded will be judged by an independent panel made up of professionals from the music industry: A&R, booking, management, PR, media and sound engineers.

Each entry will be judged on “originality, lyrics, melody, composition and the potential to be a ‘smash hit’.”.

To enter the competition you need to:

  1. Download the Andrson App & create a profile.
  2. Upload your contest track.
  3. Complete the entry form.

There is no fee for entry to Uploaded, and the app itself is free for the rest of the year for artists.

As part of Uploaded, Andrson has partnered up with Make-A-Wish Ireland. 20% of the corporate sponsorship and all donations from the competition will be donated to the charity, raising much needed funds to help grant wishes to seriously ill children.

For full rules and eligibility of the competition check out https://www.andrsonuploaded.com/rules

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