We would like to thank all those who participated in this January's Monthly Mix-Up challenge! While this month proved to be difficult for many members, and produced less entries than usual, we still received some very great tracks, and chosing a winner proved to be difficult. Without further delay, the winner of January's Monthly Mix-Up challenge for the theme of Trance is... WINNER: Glen Orpheus - What I've Done (Back To Trancentral Remix) Click here to listen! After months of producing quality remixes, but never quite gathering First Place, Glen swooped in within the last few minutes of the competition to submit a truly awesome track, remixing "What I've Done" into a Trance hit worthy of recognition. Formerly part of the dynamic hard trance duo ORPHEUS 2 in the UK, Glen Orpheus played for 5 years at some of the UK’s finest underground parties ie: Return to the source @ Brixton Academy, Sundissential @ The Sanctuary in Birmingham, Samsara @ The Fridge, Sunny side up @ Camden Palace, Si-nergy in Mancester, Peach goes hard @ Camden Palace to name but a few. From the very beginning Glen has been a very avid supporter of these competitions and has never given up on his quest to be crowned a winner in LPA Monthly Mix-Up. We know he'll be happy to finally have taken home the crown, and we congratulate him on his win! RUNNER UP: Best Asian Ever - "New Divide" Click here to listen! Hardly a stranger to LPA Monthly Mix-Up, and already a winner in our Dubstep competition, BAE came in with this gem of a remix of New Divide, that had us dancing in our seats from the very beginning. Nearly winning the competition, and just barely getting 2nd place, this remix proves that once again BAE is a force to be reckoned with in the LP Remix Community. RUNNER UP: ro-i-Bot - "Numb" Click here to listen! A newcomer to the LPA Remix scene. ro-i-Bot had never tried Trance before this month and was very nervous about how his track would be received. Needless to say, his fears were unfounded as he crafted a great remix, that we enjoyed greatly from start to finish. Hopefully this is not the last we hear of him! Thanks again to everyone for participating in this month's challenge! We encourage all of you to check out our FEBRUARY contest, where we are allowing our members to choose the theme for the first time ever in contest history. Enjoy!