It's that time of year again when almost the entire dance music world flocks to the Netherlands for the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE).

It's five days and nights of parties, workshops, discussions and panels, featuring everyone from promoters and label managers to your favourite DJ.

One of the panels taking place on October 19 at De Brakke Grond is Demolition XXIV. Although this isn't just any panel where you just sit and listen. This one is inviting music producers to drop demos (must be unsigned or unreleased) into the Demolition Box beforehand, for it then to be critiqued by Dave Clarke, Joseph Capriati (pictured), Todd Terry, Mike Mago, Eli Iwasa and Kristin Velvet.

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Dave Clarke said: “Although the title of the panel suggests explosive commentary you should see this as an opportunity to get support and great insight into your unsigned music by some of the top professionals in the field."

Just to get you motivated, the winner will receive 3 Nights at W Barcelona Sound Suite, Ableton, Live 10 SUITE, an ADE pass for 2020, a KLM flight to Barcelona (CO2ZERO), a KRK Rokit RP5 G4, a Moog DFAM, a Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol M32, a Pioneer DJ Toraiz Squid and a Roland MC-707 Groovebox.

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All CDs/USB sticks must be clearly marked with the artist name and track title and have contact details. Only people who attend the panel will have their music played. All music must be submitted in the Demolition Box at Brakke Grond between 11am and 4pm CET.

Here here for more information.

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