Magic studio break

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A LEVENMOUTH band has been offered the chance to record a four-track demo CD.

Five-piece prog’ rock band Magic Voodoo Lounge were selected by the Fife Demo Fund Project, set up by Glenrothes recording studio s9fifty.

Formed just over a year ago, the young band, all in their early 20s, will be going into the studio to rehearse and record their demo on August 17 and 18.

They will also get to take part in a one-day seminar to be held at Adam Smith College and will receive professionally produced copies of their demo CD, complete with original artwork.

And to keep up with today’s industry they will also be guided through the process of a digital release in order to make their music available online.

Fife Demo Fund Project was launched earlier this year to give 10 bands, aged between 12 and 25 who live in Fife and write their own original material, the best chance to achieve their dreams.

The project is funded by the Scottish Government’s Cashback for Communities’ scheme through Creative Scotland’s Creative Identities programme and works in partnership with Fife Council, Adam Smith College, YMCA and Local Youth Hubs across Fife.