This October, Kissy Sell Out and A-Trak are bringing the largest DJ competition in the world to ULU in London with Red Bull Thre3style – the DJ battle that takes the art of spinning to a new level.
The rules of Red Bull Thre3style are simple – participants have to play a selection of at least three genres of music in 15 minutes, combining technical DJing and party rocking prowess. Any genre of music is allowed, as long as the DJ can make it work.
Kissy Sell Out will head the search for the next party DJ hoping to make the grand final in Paris, judging at each event and also demonstrating his mixing skills with a throw-down set each night.
Also, Red Bull Reporter are for a talented photographer to head down to the London heat tomorrow evening at the University of London Union. If you think that you fit the bill then submit your best work at http://www.redbullreporter.com/2010/10/red-bull-thre3style/ and tag it with ‘Red Bull Thre3style’.
Back in the day, surf competitions were not so much about winning stacks of cash, but more about a group of people getting together and sharing their love for the sport – and not forgetting the amazing parties too. On a quest to put a combination of light-hearted fun and a bit of healthy competition back into the sport, Red Bull invites surfers from all over the UK to rock up and battle it out – where the vibe is just as important as the trophy (well, almost!)…
Also, Red Bull is on the lookout for a talented filmmaker to capture all of the magic of this event. If you think that you’ve got the skills to create something spectacular, then what are you waiting for? Submit your best piece of work and tag it with ‘Red Bull Break 5’ for the chance to report from this incredible event, which will take place mid-September (location is still to be announced).
Calling all budding reporters! Red Bull Reporter and Dave have teamed up to send budding reporters to Red Bull X-Fighters Regional Jams and London Final.
The search is on for 8 reporters:
2 x Writers, 2 x Photographers, 2 x Filmmakers and 2 x Presenters
Selected applicants will be partnered up with another Red Bull Reporter and cover one of the regional stops of the Red Bull X-Fighters Jams tour in the UK. The Red Bull editorial team will then pick the most creative reports from the Jams and two of the four Red Bull Reporter teams will then be chosen to cover the main event in London, at Battersea Power Station!
The reports produced by the chosen reporters for the regional Jams and the London main event will not only appear on redbullreporter.com but also on Dave’s website too.
If you’re up for it, all you need to do to apply is sign up and submit examples of your work and tag them with “Red Bull X-Fighters”. Head here for more info and to apply: http://www.redbullreporter.com/2010/05/red-bull-x-fighters-jams/
Here are other assignments:
Red Bull Cliptomaniacs – writer wanted:
9th June – Red Bull Reporter gives you the chance to spend a day on the set of Cliptomaniacs. If you’re interested in what is going on on a busy film set and want to produce a fantastic written piece, enter your submissions and tag it with “Cliptomaniacs” here (you will need to register on the site first):
Projectroom London – photographer wanted:
10th June – This is a live art performance featuring Remi/Rough, Berlin-based artist Jaybo Monk and British graffiti artist Juice 126. Red Bull Reporter would like a photographer to come to the Red Bull office in London and capture the artists in action. If you would like the chance to take part in this assignment please enter your submission and tag it with projectroom.
Moto GP – filmmaker and presenter wanted:
20th June – Red Bull Reporter is sending out a filmmaker and a presenter to Silverstone to spend a day at the edge of the circuit. If you are a fan of speed, enter your submission and tag it with “MotoGP”.