Australian label Future Classic and cloud storage platform Dropbox have announced a studio residency for emerging artists in the Frogtown neighborhood of Los Angeles.
In 2017, Future Classic opened its North American office in L.A. to re-establish the sense of community and creativity the tastemaking imprint had cultivated back in Sydney. Since opening their studio together in April 2018, Dropbox and Future Classic -- which counts Flume, SOPHIE and Flight Facilities among its roster -- have hosted a variety of talent from the worlds of electronic, avant-pop and fringe rap, including Moses Sumney, JPEGMAFIA, Clams Casino, Jacques Greene, Axel Boman, Ryan Hemsworth, Glass Animals, Aloe Blacc and many more.
"We're so excited to be partnering with Future Classic for the second year in a row, this time with a program that leverages Dropbox Paper as a tool for artists to express themselves and communicate how they are so much more than the music they create," said Liz Armistead, head of brand partnerships at Dropbox. "The Future Classic x Dropbox Studio continues to be a great place for artists to connect and collaborate, and the Studio Residency will allow up-and-comers to leverage technology and mentorship that they wouldn't otherwise be able to access."