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Contest: Win Novaks CD's


The Novaks just released their debut album on Sonic Records and have been making waves, with an upcoming CMJ showcase (sept. 14th in NYC) and a feature on Little Steven's Underground Garage. Their video for "Goodbye Rock and Roll Band" has been picked up by Much Music and Much Loud.

To celebrate the success, blogTO in conjunction with Apartment Clothing and Sonic Records is giving away some free loot. See contest info below:

Prizes:

- There will be five winners.
- Two contest winners will receive a prize pack with a Novaks CD and t-shirt from Apartment Clothing.
- Three additional winners will get a Novaks CD.

Here's what you need to do to win: Just comment below what you think is the best store in the city to buy new or used music, and why. The best five answers as chosen by blogTO will win the prize, and the top two will be awarded the prize pack.

Contest winners will be contacted by email and asked to provide their mailing address to receive the prizes. We will add a comment to this thread once the contest is over.

Want more Novaks?

This Saturday September 17th, Squirly's - at 807 Queen Street West - is hosting a CD listening party. Apparently, there's free Jagermeister starting at 7pm, along with art (in conjunction with the Queen West Art Crawl) and prizes and other swag compliments of Sonic Records and Apartment Clothing.

And next Tuesday September 20th, the Novak's are playing a free show at the Horseshoe.


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