Enter the Defected x Point Blank Competition and you could be DJing at Defected Croatia

You have until 7th June to get your mixes in and earn a place on the DFTD Powered by Point Blank stage
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You have until 7th June to get your mixes in and earn a place on the DFTD Powered by Point Blank stage
YOU SHOULD BE HERE!!!

YOU SHOULD BE HERE!!!

Point Blank has joined forces with Defected to offer up and coming DJs an incredible opportunity – the chance to play at Defected Croatia as part of the DFTD Powered by Point Blank lineup. The Defected x PB mix competition, which invites fresh talent to submit a one-hour mix via the school’s Plugged In social media platform, is already gaining some serious momentum so if you haven't submitted your mix yet, what are you waiting for? Head to Plugged In for full details – and hurry, the competition closes on 7th June, so fire up those skills and get to work.

The winner will be responsible for opening Sunday's proceedings on the Beach Stage, heading up a roll call of exciting new talent under the DFTD banner. Joining them on the DFTD Powered by Point Blank lineup will be Amsterdam duo ANOTR who are best known for their releases on Armada and, of course, DFTD. Also on the bill is Worthy, one of the stars of San Fran's Dirtybird label whose banger Tric Trac was co-produced with Eats Everything, and Swiss rising star Dario D'Attis whose releases on Hive Audio, Strictly Rhythm and Poker Flat have contributed to his growing international profile. Consider the game well and truly raised.

If you're hungry to join them, don't forget to read the Competition Terms and Conditions then head here for full details on how to enter. Want to be able to enter the competition but not quite ready yet? You need to sign yourself up to one of Point Blank’s DJ courses. Point Blank’s brand new DJ Studio in their second London facility is sponsored by Pioneer DJ and features all of the latest top-of-the-range kit – including CDJ2000nxs, DJM2000nxs and the DDJ-SX controller. To find out more about their London-based DJ courses, head here.