CDR Projects relaunches in London for artist talks and production workshops

Joe, Tenderlonious, Shy One, Ikonika & object blue will all feature across the series.

CDR (Create, Define, Release) – the not-for-profit organisation started by Tony Nwachukwu in 2002 to nurture musical talent in London, will return to the Capital over the next coming months for a series of artist talks and production workshops.

Having previously ran sessions at London’s legendary Dance Tunnel and Plastic People venues, their newly announced short series of events will find home at both Peckham’s Rye Wax and Hackney space The Glove That Fits over February through to May. The events will include production workshops, interviews and a listening sessions of music submitted by producers online or on the door.

Hessle Audio staple Joe will lead the first workshop on February 13, whilst Shy One and Ikonika will continue sessions at Rye Wax in April, and Tenderlonious and object blue will each hold sessions at The Glove That Fits throughout March and May.

Running from 7 – 11pm, entry is free.

Find out more information on each session and how to submit your tracks here.

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