Tag: vote

Vote on Triple M’s Unsigned Find

by on Apr.17, 2009, under Radio, Street Team

Triple M's Unsigned Find Firstly, congratulations to HR King for winning the Perisher Launch Your Band Australian music competition for his song Fearless. Of course that also means that Nitidus didn’t win unfortunately… but for every door that closes, another opens and once more we put the call out to you awesome people to flex your voting power.

Adam has entered some Nitidus tracks to Triple M’s Unsigned Find competition (cheers Adz!).  The competition is run via the social networking website OurStage and, as of this writing, The Taste is sitting at 317th in the competition.  You guys can help change that and potentially win some cash in return.  Here’s how to enter (taken from the website):

  1. Create a free OurStage account.
  2. From April 1, start judging in the Triple M Unsigned Find channel.
  3. You’ll automatically be entered to win $5,000! Each vote = 1 entry into the draw.

View complete official Fan rules

Have fun, good luck and thanks for your support, you guys rock!

Leave a Comment more...

Win a Perisher snow holiday!

by on Apr.06, 2009, under Street Team

LaunchYourBand.com.au Check out the Nitidus songs 21 Alibis, The Taste and Red Morning at www.launchyourband.com.au

While you’re there why not make “Your Pick” from the Launch Your Band jukebox and you could WIN a Perisher Snow Holiday!

Also be sure to give the Nitidus tracks a high rating.  Your ratings will determine which band gets their song featured in the 2009 Perisher Freeride TV commercials, as well as a live performance at the Perisher Spring Carnival in September 2009.

Have fun, and maybe we’ll see you on the slopes of Perisher this snow season.

Leave a Comment more...

Less than 3 days left!

by on Oct.24, 2008, under Street Team

3 days until it’s all over!!

No, it’s not the apocalypse… even despite the current financial crisis.  Don’t panic!

Vote for us on UncharTED I’m talking about the third and final UncharTED band competition for the year. We mentioned a while back how you can win some awesome prizes for yourself when you vote for your favourite band on UncharTED.  Well, time is nearly up for stage one of voting.

There’s still free CDs up for grabs, so get on over to UncharTED and vote today!

You will need to register as an UncharTED member to vote, but don’t worry, it’s free.

Leave a Comment more...

2008 National Musicoz Awards

by on Sep.02, 2008, under Street Team

Click here to vote for us!Nitidus have entered into Australia’s biggest song writing competition: the National Musicoz AwardsMusicoz is a national initiative dedicated to improving the quality of original music culture in Australia.  They’re highly influencial in the independent music scene with many success stories including Sick Puppies, Sender and Porcelain.

This is huge, and once again you and your friends can get involved by voting up Nitidus.  Not only will it help take the Nitidus rock show to a bigger stage, but you could win an awesome Maton guitar just for voting!  Sweet!

Here’s the low down from Musicoz:

To vote for this artist, SMS the code niti and then a brief reason why you think they should win (in 10 words or less) e.g.: “niti they’re really cool” to 19708000 to register your vote.

The most creative answer will win a Maton Electric Guitar valued at $1,500. The artist with the most votes will win the People’s Choice National Musicoz Award for 2008. Voting is reflected in the Musicoz Top 10 Charts.

Click the banner to check out our profile and tell everyone you know to start voting today.

Thanks for your support, we appreciate it more than you know!  We’ll see you at a rock show real soon.

Leave a Comment more...

Do you want to see Nitidus play at the Grazzhopper Festival?

by on Jul.08, 2008, under Fans, Shows, Street Team

Grazzhopper Festival

If you answered yes, then there’s something you can do to make that happen.  Jump onto their website www.grazzhopperfestival.com.au and register for updates.  When you do, leave a comment and tell them how much you want to see Nitidus crank it up at the Grazzhopper Festival.  Every request counts, so get your friends and family to register too.

We really appreciate all your help guys, and hope to see you at the event. The line-up so far includes Grinspoon, Faker, Shihad, Operator Please, Dukes Of Windsor, Mammal, The Galvatrons, Trial Kennedy, Horsell Common, Young And Restless, Freestate, Calling All Cars and heaps more.

Grazzhopper Festival is an annual one day outdoor music festival held at Beckley park, Geelong on Saturday 4th October 2008, featuring 27 artists across 3 stages.Tickets are available from Capricorn Leading Edge Geelong, Torquay Hotel Torquay, Lorne Hotel Lorne and Whalers Inn Warnambool. EARLYBIRD TICKETS ONLY $76 PLUS B/F. GET IN QUICK!

1 Comment more...

Vote for indie bands, win free stuff!

by on May.27, 2008, under Uncategorized


We love a win-win situation, and UncharTED are serving up the goods! Jump onto their website and vote to see Nitidus perform live at the Splendour in the Grass music festival, plus every vote you make puts you in the running to win some kick-ass prizes too!

Each vote gives you a chance to win tickets to Splendour in the Grass. UncharTED have 2 double passes up for grabs each week up until 16 June 2008. If that wasn’t enough, UncharTED are also giving away one CD every hour to voters from now until 21 July 2008. The CDs up for grabs are:

  • AC/DC – Back in Black
  • The Strokes – First Impressions of Earth
  • MGMT – Oracular Spectacular
  • Good Charlotte – Good Morning Revival
  • The Ting Tings – We Started Nothing

If this sounds good to you, then sign up at the UncharTED website and start voting for your favourite indie bands! The more votes you make, the more chances you have to win!

To get started, click this banner to place your votes for Nitidus and good luck!

Be sure to check the terms and conditions. UncharTED is an initiative to support independent Australian artists sponsored by Tooheys Extra Dry and Sony BMG.

3 Comments more...

Archives

Categories