Winning tracks will be added to 'Relative Desire'
LONDON — U.K. shingle NyAC has launched Soundtraxs, an online competish to find songs that can be included on the soundtrack of an indie pic.
Hosted by music vidsite MUZU.TV, the initiative seeks to give up-and-coming musicians the chance to contribute to the soundtrack of Michael Baig Clifford’s thriller “Relative Desire,” which toplines Imogen Poots and Harry Treadaway.
After viewing animated storyboards online, competitors will be able to upload their tracks. The public will then choose their top 50 tracks and an expert panel will select the 10 tracks that will go on the soundtrack.