Australian founded music company Future Classic have collaborated with Dropbox to announce a two week Studio Residency for emerging artists at recording studios in Los Angeles.
Since opening in April 2018, The Future Classic x Dropbox Studio has hosted many artists including those from their label roster, such as Flight Facilities and Flume, along with names such as Moses Sumney, Clams Casino, Emma Louise, Glass Animals, Chrome Sparks and more.
This amazing opportunity will "enable unsigned artists from around the world the opportunity to work in the creative space and get assistance from the Future Classic team in setting up writing and recording sessions with other artists, writers and producers,” a press release reads. “Successful applicants will also get exposure to a steering committee of industry mentors comprising agents, concert promoters, managers, label and publishing executives and creative professionals in music adjacent industries.”
The sucessful artists will win two weeks' in the studio, along with financial assistance to contribute to travel and accommodation costs.
Future Classic are also throwing three free parties around the world - including one in Sydney - to help launch the initiative. The Sydney event, which takse place on Wednesday June 5 at the Oxford Arts Factory, is set to feature appearances from Basenji, yergurl, Jedia Woods and a special guest (possibly Flume?!?) - RSVP here to get down and check it out.
This opportunity is open to artists worldwide. For more info and to submit an application, head over to Future Classic.