Want to DJ in the UK House of Commons with Carl Cox? LNADJ Foundation & Carl Cox present House The House 2016 DJ Competition

Following the ground breaking launch of House The House in 2013, when Fatboy Slim and competition winner Bryce Fury made history and became the first DJs to play in the House of Commons,  We’re doing it again!

The competition is open to DJs between the ages of 14 and 24. If you want to enter and support children in conflict zones around the world, simply raise £50 (£25 if under 18), by registering as a House The House campaign fundraiser, via our dedicated Virgin Giving page.

All entrants can upload their mix via LNADJ competition host Mixcloud. National heats will be held in cities across the UK, supported by our education partner Access to Music LNADJ and our education partner, Access to Music, develop creativity and vocational ambition via relevant engagement and guidance within the music industry. The organisation has provided training to thousands of musicians across the UK.

Full information on how to enter can be found on our websites: www.lnadj.com www.housethehouse.org

“As an ambassador of ‘Last Night a DJ Saved My Life’, I am really excited to support this amazing competition focusing on children in conflict zones around the world”. Carl Cox, LNADJ Ambassador

“I’m a proud supporter of ‘Last Night A DJ Saved My Life’ and the work that it’s doing with ‘House The House’. Music is a huge part of my life and to give something back in this way is amazing.” Fatboy Slim, LNADJ Ambassador

“House the House’ has already proved a successful initiative and I am delighted in their focus this year on raising money for children in conflict zones. I urge people to support it in whatever way they can to maximise this fund raising opportunity for such a worthwhile cause.” Andrew Bingham, MP

“House the House’ is the perfect example of the power of music. Not only what music can do for an individual but what music can do for communities all over the world.” Bryce Fury, House The House 2013 Winner

“Access to Music is committed to working with young people to unlock their potential through music and creative industry activities. Having worked with ‘Last Night a DJ Saved My Life’ in 2013, Access to Music knows that young people will be presented with a wealth of opportunities and positive experiences through the ‘House the House’ project. ‘House to House’ will also help young people enhance core values that will directly benefit their communities and a wider global society. Access to Music is proud and excited to be working with ‘House the House’ in 2016″. John Taylor, Joint Managing Director Access to Music

“Good music has always facilitated a communal experience. Good audio raises that experience to a higher level. Funktion One supports LNADJ and the ‘House the House’ project in their endeavours to bring awareness of the importance of quality audio to young people.” Ann Andrews, Funktion One

“We fully support any scheme that uses music for good purposes and are excited to be a part of this project once again. Discovering new talent is a major part of what we’re about so working alongside ‘Last Night A DJ Saved My Life’ as they find up and coming DJs while simultaneously encouraging those DJs to engage with fundraising for a worthy cause is a no brainer for us.” Xanthe Fuller, Mixcloud

Website: www.housethehouse.org

Mixcloud: www.mixcloud.com/competitions/house-the-house-2016
Virgin Giving: uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fund/housethehouse
Facebook: www.facebook.com/housethehousehoc
Twitter: www.twitter.com/lastnightadj

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