As if the upcoming (this Thursday 21st January) jajaja night in London wasn't exciting enough...
- 2 out of the 3 bands are Icelandic
- and they're really good ones - Leaves & Sudden Weather Change
- curated (including DJ set) by the very wise Sean Adams from the Drowned In Sound website
...very exciting! Well now those lovely jajaja people have made it even more exciting bu offering a trip to Iceland as a competition prize. You'll have to be quick, and over 18, as the winners will be announced on thursday night. All the info you need is below,
In advance of this Thursday's impending party at The Lexington, Ja Ja Ja is
offering the chance of a lifetime to one lucky winner and their even luckier
friend...a free trip to Iceland! All you have to do is sign up for the Ja Ja Ja
newsletter and name your favourite three Nordic artists over at www.jajajamusic.com
Ja Ja Ja is a night that brings together the brightest new emerging talents from the Nordic countries - Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden - for monthly parties at London's Lexington venue. Each night is curated by a very special guest. The opening night's performers were selected by Radio 1 Introducing DJ Huw Stephens, with Drowned in Sound head honcho Sean Adams taking the reins for January.
In front of media, industry and music lovers alike, these exciting prospects reveal their talents, making every Ja Ja Ja event a night to remember. The winners of the Ja Ja Ja Iceland competition will be announced this Thursday, 21st January at the party, which includes sets from Icelandic bands Sudden Weather Change and Leaves alongside Norway's Simon Says No! You can preview these bands at MySpace.com/Jajajanordic and read exclusive interviews by Ja Ja Ja media partner The Line Of Best Fit here. Good luck! to win two free flights and a two night stay in a four-star hotel in Reykjavik*.
Good luck indeed - and if you're going to be there on Thursday, be sure to say hi, leave a comment on this blog or get me on twitter (link onthe right on this page). And if not - I'm going to try to keep twitter updated from the venue, with photos if I can master the technology!