Applications are now open for the second instalment of Converse Rubber Tracks London, providing selected local musicians with free studio time at Ealing’s Kore Studios.
Following on from their residency in Haringey earlier this year, the series is now heading West to the London Borough of Ealing, running from 11th – 20th April 2015. From this morning (Monday 9th March), artists can apply online for the opportunity to record music at the renowned studio with a team of skilled professionals.
Ten of London’s emerging musical talents will be selected by panel of experts that includes Femi Adeyemi, founder of London radio station NTS, Daniel Parmar of PMR Records and Natasha Noble from The Young Guns Network. Studio sessions will run for a ten-day period (including a full-day recording award-winning producer and engineer Al O’Connell) with artists retaining the rights to all the work created throughout. Since 2011 Converse Rubber Tracks has provided over 1,000 emerging artists with the opportunity to record in a professional studios at no cost, hosting a programme in Brooklyn, as well as pop-up studios throughout the U.S., Asia, Europe, and South America.
Following Ealing, the series will also head to Southwark and Tower Hamlets in 2015.