Australian music company Future Classic has revealed it is launching a new recording studio and series of events in Los Angeles, to help rising acts break into the US market.
Teaming up with Dropbox, the label and management group behind acts like Flume and Ta-ku are building the studio at their LA outpost in the suburb of Frogtown, and will also run some “creative incubator” events and workshops to help artists.
Future Classic founder and CEO Nathan McLay says the studio will include two spaces, “A room for artists to write, record and collaborate, plus a mix room for finishing the process.”
Along the way, Dropbox will supposedly be using their tech know-how to help artists collaborate more easily.
“As longtime Dropbox users we couldn’t think of a better partner to help us unleash creative energy at our new space in Los Angeles,” McLay says.
To follow the development of the studio and any upcoming events, hit up Future Classic on socials.