For its annual compilation album, AthFest is doing things a little differently this time around.
The festival is partnering with a group of students from UGA's music business program to help finalize the tracklist for the comp, which comes out in conjunction with the arts and music happening each year. (The 2015 fest happens June 24–28.)
In another first, the album will also include one "people's choice" song. The winning tune will be the one that receives the most votes out of 63 local entries, which you can stream over on this Wordpress site.
As of this writing, Grant Cowan's "I'm Sorry" has a slight edge over Playground Hero's "Don't Be Judgin' Me" for the final spot on the comp.
Voting is only open until next Friday, Feb. 27—the same date as the general submission deadline for the album—so hop to it.