Let Love Rule ReMix 2020-21
Ropeadope Records is celebrating jazz guitar star Dekel Bor’s new release “Let Love Rule” with a monthly ReMix competition, using Dekel’s human story to shine and inspire during these challenging times.
Each monthly winner will enjoy:
Featured track on a remix album on Ropeadope Records.
Live appearance with the band + closing set in NYC, Berlin, London, Paris, Tel-Aviv or Zurich, alongside guest stars.
Music gear item from, and media campaign shared by today’s leading brands: Senheiser, Boss, Roland & more.
Music courses scholarships
The competition will unfold in 3 stages starting April 10th, May 8th and June 5th, 2020.
Follow Dekel Bor on Instagram, Youtube & Facebook.
Visit and download stems.
Upload your track to Soundcloud.
Share it on your socials tagging Dekel Bor on Instagram, Facebook & YouTube.
ALL FUTURE PROFIT FROM THE REMIX ALBUM WILL BE DIRECTED TO HOSPITALS AFFECTED BY THE CORONA VIRUS, AS PART OF AN ONGOING FUND-RAISING CAMPAIGN 2020-2022.
Let Love Rule ReMIX Competition is an initiative to foster musicians, creators, and tomorrow’s legends, inspiring them to create new content as the world is moving quickly to self isolation. With tours canceled and travel impossible, artists are home, ready to be inspired.
The brands that participate in this process will reach consumers directly as the paradigm shift of content delivery and consumption unfolds. There will be a strong emphasis on quality content that can convince fans to spend on artists online.
Dekel Bor performed with such jazz legends as Johnny Griffin, Reggie Workman, Pat Martino, Billy Hart, Roy Hargrove, recorded for Alicia Keys, and collaborated with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra.
Former BMW Motorrad Brand Ambassador, and is now brand ambassador for DeLonghi Coffee, Gibson Guitars, Roland Synthesizers, Native Instruments, Boss Effects and others.
Louis Marks is the CEO of Ropeadope Records - with records from such artists as Snarky Puppy, Aaron Parks, Christian Scott and Terrace Martin, Ropeadope Records contunues to set new waves.
Grammy winning Robert Sadin has distinguished himself as conductor, arranger, and
record producer through his work with Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Sting,
Stevie Wonder, Plácido Domingo, Natalie Merchant, Busta Rhymes, Wynton
Marsalis and Grover Washington.
Mr. Sadin has conducted the world’s leading orchestras including the Chicago
Symphony, The London Symphony, The New York Philharmonic, The Boston
Symphony, The Philadelphia Orchestra, The Los Angeles Philharmonic, the
Detroit Symphony, the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, The New York City Ballet
Orchestra, and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.
Mr. Sadin is a Deutsche Grammophon artist.