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Win a signed CD of “Ano” by John Murphy

November 21, 2014

Competition

This competition is now closed.

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Win a personalised signed copy of “Anonymous Rejected Filmscore” by John Murphy!

Earlier this year John Murphy released his “Anonymous Rejected Filmscore” on the Taped Noise label. It was a digital-only release at the time, but now a physical CD is also available. Check out the review; and more importantly check out the various samples on Murphy’s SoundCloud page.

In collaboration with John Murphy, Synchrotones is able to give one lucky winner a personalised signed CD of “Anonymous Rejected Filmscore”!

In order to win a signed CD of John Murphy’s “Anonymous Rejected Filmscore”, all you have to do is complete the form below. Please enter your name, your email address (so we can get in touch with the winner) and answer a very simple question (for your chance to win, win, win)!

“Those who are familiar with Murphy’s work will recognise his trademark sound – the beats, the repeating guitar riffs (as we know them from scores like “28 Days Later” and “Sunshine”). Yet, I think many listeners may be surprised by the sheer beauty of the (string) writing, especially in “Dead Ballerina”, “Sacrifice” and “Fade To…”.” – Synchrotones’ Soundtrack Reviews

Deadline is Friday, 28th November 2014, Noon GMT.
And don’t forget to follow @Synchrotones to stay tuned.

John Murphy, 2014, Taped Noise
12 tracks, 67:04

01. 3.59am (8.20)
02. 1-2-3-4 (6.51)
03. 8mm Dream (4.02)
04. Ghosts (4.29)
05. How To Leave Your Body (6.16)
06. Dead Ballerina (6.14)
07. Automatic (3.10)
08. Boy (5.31)
09. California (4.57)
10. Sacrifice (4.25)
11. In Extremis (5.41)
12. Fade To… (7.06)

Check out the various samples on Murphy’s SoundCloud page.

Entry Form

This competition is now closed.

Deadline and T&C’s:

Deadline is Friday 28th November 2014, Noon GMT. The winner will be notified, within 24 hours after the deadline, via the email provided to us. The winner will be contact via email and will be asked to forward a postal address so the CD can be sent out to them. If the winner does not respond by Monday 1st December, Noon GMT, Synchrotones reserves the right to choose an alternative winner. There will only be one winner. The prize is a physical CD of “Anonymous Rejected Filmscore” by John Murphy, personally signed to the winner by John Murphy. There is no (cash) alternative to this prize. If you do not want it, please do not enter.

Further terms and conditions are based on common sense and human decency – this goes both ways. We won’t use your details for anything else but this competition; and you don’t try to sue us for silly shit.

Neither Synchrotones nor John Murphy will use your details for anything other than for the sole purpose of this competition. Once the competition has run its course, all entries including participants’ details will be permanently deleted. The winner will be asked to forward a postal address to Synchrotones, which may be shared with John Murphy, for the sole purpose of sending the signed CD to the winner.

Equally, neither Synchrotones nor John Murphy can accept responsibility for entries not received. Once the prize is posted, neither Synchrotones nor John Murphy can accept liability for any loss or damages that may occur whilst in transit. Synchrotones and John Murphy have the right to amend in any way, postpone or cancel altogether this competition without notice or reason given (yeah, I can’t think of anything either, but you never know). The winner agrees to have his/her name revealed in one (1) follow-up post on synchrotones.wordpress.com. You do not have to provide a photo; though it may help your chances of winning.

If you have any concerns, just ask. Good luck! Synchrotones & John Murphy.

 

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