Whether you're a bedroom producer or a mainstage DJ and producer, more than likely you're already familiar with remix competitions. Remix competitions are great ways for upcoming artists to gain attention and put themselves in the spotlight while allowing more well-known artists to get new content to release for this hit singles.

For newer producers, there aren't many downsides to entering remix competitions. While you may not win, there aren't going to be any real negative repercussions. With so many different websites out there for remix competition, we've compiled 5 places to submit your remixes to online.

What To Submit To Remix Competitions?

Remix competitions are either put on by the artist or a record label. Most remix competitions will accept all genres of remixers, but it really depends on the label's prior tastes and influences as to whether or not you'll win. Whether or not you win, use the feedback that the judges give you for your specific remix.

1. Wavo

Wavo is best known for its native ad platform for music producers around the world. As their ad platform has the ability to reach millions of fans around the world, Wavo also sponsors remix competitions from some of today's biggest artists. In the past, Wavo has held remix competitions for artists such as Petit Biscuit, Slow Magic, Galantis, Martin Solveig, Tritonal, Dillon Francis, Manila Killa, and a handful of other artists.

2. Splice

Splice is a music producer's best friend. The cloud platform has enabled music producers around the world the ability to create, collaborate and share music with Splice. In addition to the cloud platform, Splice has held remix competitions from time to time. In the past, Splice has held remix competitions for artists such as Krane, Nicky Romero, Morgan Page, Unlike Pluto, tydi, Infected Mushroom, Rain Man, and Laidback Luke.

3. Metapop

MetaPop is best known for its remix competitions that offer free stems. It's well-known for music producers as a place for remix competitions, producer challenges, receiving feedback and encouragement on tracks. In the past, Metapop has held remix competitions for Scotty Boy, Culture Code, Astrale, Cosmic Gate, and Markus Schulz.


SKIO is a marketplace for producers to create new songs together and remix the songs they love. With their collection of Mentor Mondays and the ability to connect with other artists, SKIO has a been a staple for music producers around the world. In the past, SKIO has hosted remix competitions for Westwood Recordings, Buygore Records, Borgeous, ill Gates, and Heroic Records.

5. Indaba Music

Indaba Music encourages its users to make music every day. Indada provides their musicians with the resources and opportunities in order to make the songs that people love. In addition to their listening party and community, Indaba hosts a handful of remix competitions. Indaba has hosted remix competitions for artists such as Big Boi, The Him, Rebulution, and The Chainsmokers.