Cataclysm on the wheels of steel

UK-based hi-tech music magazine "Future Music" has got together with Sierra to run a competition to remix a piece of music from the forthcoming space-bound strategy game "Homeworld : Cataclysm". The winner will take home £500 in used fivers, as well as having three thousand copies of their meisterwerk lovingly pressed into 12" vinyl and distributed to DJs and radio stations around the country. Sierra are also promising to use the winning piece in their demo of the game later in the year.

If you fancy yourself as a budding musician, read the press release for more information, and watch out for the competition appearing in the next issue of Future Music.

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