Winners of the international contest were chosen by Afrojack.

Biggleswade, UK (April 8, 2019)—Dutch remixer Buzz Low won a pair of PMC result6 compact nearfield reference monitors after taking part in Global Remix Battle I and impressing the judges with the audio quality of his mix, its composition and its vibe.

The competition, powered by PMC Speakers, was an international talent search involving Grammy-winning DJ and producer Afrojack and artist management company LDH Europe. In addition to Low, the other four winners—selected and personally announced by Afrojack via his social media platforms over a period of five days—included Exlau, also from the Netherlands, Chipcat from Finland, Italian producer DES3ETT and Hiroki from Tokyo, Japan.

“All five tunes were top drawer, but Buzz Low’s entry had that edge,” says PMC’s creative director Keith Tonge. “The sonic quality of his mix was on the button and made him the ideal choice for a pair of result6 monitors. The high resolution, razor sharp imaging and supreme bass end will only boost his creativity. He now has the same monitors as Afrojack and will be able to 100 percent trust his output.”

Fenix is Reborn with PMC Monitors

Global Remix Battle I powered by PMC Speakers was conducted over the last six months and received submissions from over 129 countries. Each entrant was asked to remix Afrojack’s “Let It Rip,” taken from his “Press Play” EP, which was launched in 2018.

“I have been performing for at least a decade, but it’s always been my passion to help build new artists,” says Afrojack, founder of Wall Recordings and CEO of LDH Europe. “These five winners are very talented, and I’m pumped to be getting the opportunity to work with them, and to give them a platform to really grow. I think the fans will hear what they can do and will believe in them like we do.”

The winning tracks have now been released on an EP entitled “Global Remix Battle I EP,” which is available on all digital streaming platforms from Wall Recordings/Armada Music.

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