Get Flown to London and New York with Converse
July 19, 2013
Unsigned Artists from all over the world are invited to enter the Converse/Rubber Tracks 'Get Out Of The Garage' competition, where winners will be first flow to London to play at iconic venue the 100 Club, before being jetsetted to Brooklyn to record at legendary Rubber Tracks. Entering is easy, and you can check out previous winner Matthew Mole and his story and video here.
You can enter from now until the 8th of August, just by visiting www.facebook.com/converse, and uploading a soundcloud version of your selected track. Any genre is welcome, from anywhere in the world.
Judges will narrow down the entries from August 15.
Get Out Of The Garage, share your music and showcase your talent via the app at www.facebook.com/converse and be part of the conversation on Twitter @Converse_Africa with the #Play100Club hashtag. The overall winner will be announced on the 16th of September 2013, and soon after take the stage at Rocking the Daisies 2013.
The 100 Club, situated at 100 Oxford Street in the center of London, has been promoting live music on its premises since 1942. Over the last seventyyears it has played host to a multitude of artists and genres, from Jazz through to the Blues and Beat scenes of the 1960s, Punk in the 70s, Trad, Reggae, Rock, the Indie 90s and current musical climates since.
Thanks to the club’s open-minded music policy and dedication of its many patrons over the years, it has managed to maintain success, longevity and legendary status amongst bands and audiences alike. For more information please visit: www.the100club.co.uk
Rubber Tracks is a state-of-the-art recording studio that is located in the Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn, NY. The 5,200 square-foot, full-service recording space aims to support emerging artists by providing them access to a top-level recording studio at no cost.
Artists and bands of all genres and ages from around the world are encouraged to apply and, upon acceptance, may reserve time in the studio to work alongside a team of experienced engineers. Fullyequipped with the best instruments and equipment supplied by Converse Rubber Tracks partner Guitar Center, artists will spend time creating their work and in the end retain all the rights to their music.
Through Rubber Tracks, Converse is giving back to the creative community that has embraced the brand throughout its 105-year history. Converse Rubber Tracks provides a platform for artists to unleash their creative spirit that will change the world.
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