Beginning next month, Converse Rubber Tracks’ pop-up studio will re-emerge in San Francisco starting Monday, December 7 until Friday, December 11. Musicians of all genres in the Bay Area are invited to apply for free studio time and unleash their creative spirit.

The pop-up studio, located at Different Fur Studios in the Mission District, will give musicians the opportunity to record their original music at no cost alongside the Converse Rubber Tracks team of experienced engineers. At the end of their studio time, artists retain all of the rights to their own music. Converse is also hosting an identical pop-up studio and recording opportunity in Los Angeles at The Fortress during the same week. Up to 10 local artists will be selected at each location to record over the five-day period.

Converse Rubber Tracks toured North America earlier this year for two weeks with indie-pop band Wild Nothing, who played shows in Toronto, Canada, followed by stops in Boston, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

Converse Rubber Tracks, established in 2011, is a multifaceted global music platform that connects artists with experienced engineers to create original music in a professional studio, all at no cost. The program includes permanent studios in Brooklyn, Sao Paulo and Boston, along with various Converse Rubber Tracks pop-up studios hosted worldwide.



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