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Introducing: Send us your music

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Submit your musical masterpieces to BBC Cambridgeshire

Ready to share your music with the rest of the world? Then let us have it. If you live in Cambridgeshire, are unsigned and you're producing original music, then send it in.

If you're writing and performing musical masterpieces and are based in the Cambridgeshire region, we can be the ones to share your crafted tunes with the world!

BBC Introducing: the Audio Files has its sights set on showcasing the best in new music, so if you've got a killer track, then send it in after taking a look at this checklist:

1. All submitted material should be original - strictly no covers.

2. Put your contact details - name, e-mail address and telephone number - on the sleeve and the CD.

3. Make sure the recording is loud enough for it to get played on radio.

Kerry Devine
Kerry Devine is the new Audio Files supremo. Listen on Thursday evenings

4. Send us some details about your band - ideally including your biography, band website and MySpace address.

5. We may want to feature your band on bbc.co.uk/cambridgeshire, so please include an e-mail address so we can contact you for pictures and more information.

6. You can e-mail your track, in mp3 or other digital format, to the Audio Files. Send it to kerry.devine@bbc.co.uk .

Alternatively you can send mp3s via the BBC Introducing Uploader .

Send your work to:

The Audio Files, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, Priestgate, Peterborough. PE1 1FG.

E-mail the Audio Files' presenter Kerry Devine, with your photos and biography .

You can listen to BBC Introducing: The Audio Files every Thursday between 6 and 7pm on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire on 96 & 95.7FM, DAB, online at bbc.co.uk/cambridgeshire and for seven days after broadcast on the BBC iPlayer .

The Audio Files with Kerry Devine
18 Sep 09 |  BBC Introducing



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