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Roller Genoa Are The Winners!
The Roller Genoa a cool unsigned indie rock band from Ukraine, with a song called Freak Show, won the Autumn edition of both Best New Song and Best New Unsigned Artist contests! As a prize they will be awarded with a $1,200 package, kindly offered by Mobile Roadie, to build their own Android or iPhone App.
“We'd like to say thank you to every single person who voted for us, we couldn't win without your support. Thank you for appreciating our music, spreading a word about us, you all are an integral part of this win. You showed us that everything we do now is not in vain and that's the most exciting part of it” said Bohdan, the lead member of the Roller Genoa, when asked if there was something he would like to say to his fans. “Since this competition is opened for musicians and fans from all around the globe we'd like to say our special thank you to WeLoveYourSongs team for creating such a fantastic opportunity for undiscovered starting bands like ours to reach more fans worldwide. This win is extremely important for us as it's the very first contest we were participating in since we've started the band and it made us being confident now that we have a promising future. It's an amazing feeling, as we are very excited at the moment and striving to impress all you with more good music. Thank you!”
In the second place of the Best New Unsigned Artist contest, we have Matthew Meyer, an extremely talented songwriter from Brooklyn, New York. doing some great indie electro rock. After them, the Floor from Indonesia, the Otherness from Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Alin from Italy, are arrived in the third, fourth and fifth positions respectively. What a joy to be a truly international community!
Thanks very much to all the fantastic people that have participated in the Autumn edition of our contests on WeLoveYourSongs. More details about new competitions, news about our community and plan for the 2012 will be revealed shortly. Keep our blog checked :)
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