Bands in search of a record deal will be able to display their talents online.
Music site Qonline is running its second Starmaker awards and is asking visitors to the site to vote for their favourite songs. Tracks will be put up in both full and thirty second versions.
The top three tracks will be judged by a panel of record company bigwigs from the likes of MCA Records and Polygram/Island. The winner will be announced at the end of November.
Last year's winner, David McCandless' track - 'Smoother & Faster', was picked from more than 50 entrants. Since then McCandless has released an album on the Internet and is working on a second album.
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