The Chuck Taylor All Star from Converse has cemented its place in rock culture with legendary artists ranging from Paul McCartney, David Bowe to the Ramones, Nirvana, and Green Day all sporting the iconic canvas shoe on stage.
Converse is continuing its musical influence by opening up Rubber Tracks, a state-of-the-art, 5,200 square-foot community-based professional recording studio in Brooklyn, New York. Artists have the opportunity to record original music aided by a team of experienced engineers at no cost.
The most important perk for Artists who record at the Rubber Track Studio occurs after their studio session. Artists own all the rights to the music, but as an added bonus Converse gives them the option to help promote their music to a wide variety of media partners, including digital and social.
Rubber Tracks is not only unique to Brooklyn, but Converse is expanding their program with pop-up studio takeovers in Austin, Toronto and Los Angeles.
Legendary NYC graffiti artist EWOK provides inspiration for the musicians with unique and creative murals painted on the studio walls. Check out the video of EWOK discussing the project and the importance of the space.