Do415 and Guitar Center are thrilled to announce
SCENE UNSEEN CONTEST
A music competition where emcees, djs and bands rally friends' votes online to earn an opening slot during the Do415 Scene Unseen show on Friday, August 17!!
See below for contestants, the rules, and of course…the prizes. Tell all aspiring musicians and friends, and good luck to all the contestants!
Artist Submission – Starting on July 20th upload your favorite track and begin to rally your voters. (Please note: must be 21+ to enter - including all members of your group)
Voting – Between July 31st and August 8th, vote once per day, every day, if you want to make a life-changing difference in the life of one contenstant. Each e-mail address will be allotted one vote per day, so encourage your supporters to vote early and often! VOTING ENDS midnight on August 9th!
The Decision – On August 9th, the votes will be tallied and the 5 artists with the most votes will go into review by our panel of judges. We will announce the winner on August 10th through our newsletter and social media sites, so make sure you’re following us and you post only the best songs and images!
If you or your friends create multiple accounts (or try to use bots to vote for you), it’s cheating, and we will disqualify those votes. So please, don’t waste your time or ours by cheating.
GRAND PRIZE WINNER:
- A 20-30 minute set opening for the best talent to come out of the Bay Area
- $250 Guitar Center GEAR CARD
- 1 pair of Pioneer HDJ-500 DJ headphones (courtesy of Guitar Center San Mateo)
- TASCAM DR-05 Solid State Recorder (courtesy of Guitar Center Emeryville)
- Korg Monotron Duo Analog Ribbon Synthesizer (courtesy of Guitar Center San Francisco)
Hometown: San Francisco Web Site: radreefrules.com/category/zachg
Zachg is the stage name of Zachary Granger Moldof. A Broward-born-and-raised rapper with a penchant for turning the unexpected into something fun and relevant. A departure from the traditional, his music is in keeping with the rising wave of weird within rap. Although similar to artists like Danny Brown, Das Racist, Action Bronson, or Main Attrakionz, Zachg offers a distinct take on what it means to depart from convention in hip hop. A mix of having fun, finding an identity as a young Jewish man, finding a life as an American, and balancing life between irreverence and reverence, his music is an exercise in letting go and hanging on at the same time.
Here's a video for the song: http://tinyurl.com/cby4m6p