Think you have what it takes to whip up a banging remix of DMA'S? Here's you chance.
DMA'S have handed over the stems to their track 'The End' and are looking for Australian producers, beatmakers, rappers, vocalists and bands to make the Sydney trio's single their own for this year's triple j Unearthed remix competition.
The winner will get tickets to see DMAs live and a production masterclass with Kim Moyes from The Presets, who produced DMA'S' sophomore record 'For Now'.
Last year's winner was Sydney producer Sweet Potato with her remix of Lorde's mega hit 'Homemade Dynamite', earning a shout-out from Lorde herself.
Enter by downloading the stems to 'The End' by DMA'S here, create your masterpiece (you can enter as many times as you like) then upload the track to your triple j Unearthed artist page by midnight AEST Sunday 21 October, and make sure to put #DMASRemix in the title.