Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Hurry! Deadline is March 6 For Zia Records' Kick-Ass Comp Featuring Bands and Artists (All Genres) From Phoenix, Las Vegas and Tucson

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click to enlarge Submit your best shit to make it onto Zia's always killer, well-circulated comp.
  • Submit your best shit to make it onto Zia's always killer, well-circulated comp.

The mighty Zia Records is still taking music submissions from local artists and bands from the Phoenix, Las Vegas and Tucson areas for their annual music compilation. The hard-working Zia Records team (man, are they ever fightin' the good fight) reminds us down here at TW that the record store chain is celebrating 10 years of their local music series this year, and also "10 years of Record Store Day, a multinational celebration of record stores and their unique culture." (Oh how did record stores become "unique"?) As with previous incarnations of said series, comp proceeds will benefit charitable organizations. This year Zia is planning to donate to a roster of animal-centric concerns. Hell, yes!  

Submitting your music is super easy: One way is to drop off a CD of your best music along with a complete submission form at any of nine Zia Record Exchange locations (Vegas, Tucson, Phoenix) between now and Friday, March 6, 2017. All "physical" submissions must be on CD format and you must include a completed submission form.

Zia will also accept digital submissions, but only if a copy of the submission sheet is emailed along with the file to info@ziarecords.com. If you are submitting digitally, use Dropbox, WeTransfer, or Bandcamp to submit a WAV, FLAC or other lossless format file that may be too big for regular e-mail. You may also email them MP3 files but they prefer to receive your music in a higher-quality format.

For more info and submission forms, go here.

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