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Press Release 2/16

For Immediate Release
Feb. 16, 2015
Media Contact: Sarah Miller – 616-516-1347 (cell)

Waldorf, Md. – There is still time to sign up for the Alchemical Records Battle of the Bands!

If you’re in a band, this could be your big break! The Battle of the Bands is open to bands of all sizes. There must be at least one live performer with vocals and instrumentation. So whether you’re a soloist with a guitar or a five piece band, come on out and show the world what you have to offer!

The battle will feature regional talent judged by a series of special guest judges using a point based rating system, all in the intimate setting of the Tree House Lounge in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, March 7.

Bands will be scored based on professionalism, originality, audience participation and interaction. To perform during the Battle of the Bands, participants are required to help sell tickets. Winning bands will move on to the semi-finals, to be scheduled in January or February.

The battle will feature regional talent judged by a series of special guest judges using a point-based rating system. Prizes include studio recording time, radio promotion, magazine features and cold hard cash.

The price of admission is $10 in advance ($13 for individuals under 21) and $12 at the door ($15 for individuals under 21). The Tree House Lounge is located at 1006 Florida Avenue in

Washington, D.C. The venue is located less than a mile from Redline Metro stops NoMA-Gallaudet Station and Union Station, and there is plenty of street parking in the area.

For more information, visit

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Alchemical Records
Belly Acres Studios
Innovation Station Music
Pretty Elektrik Company

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