Australian record label Future Classic has partnered with file sharing giant Dropbox to launch a new studio in LA.
Future Classic is also an artist management and creative team, which counts award-winning artists such as Flume on its roster of acts.
Future Classic opened its first LA HQ in 2017 and with the new studio it aims "to provide a creative, artist-focussed environment to grow successful global careers".
The recording and mix studio will be located in the burgeoning suburb of Frogtown, Los Angeles.
Along with the studio build will be a series of “creative incubator” industry events and content which will kick off in March 2018.
"Dropbox is excited to partner with Future Classic to support the next generation of artists by creating a space for creativity, co-creation and collaboration to live side-by-side," Dropbox chief marketing officer Carolyn Feinstein said.
"Initiatives like this one highlight the role we play with teams everywhere, helping them explore new possibilities and unleash their collective creative energy."
Future Classic founder and CEO Nathan McLay, said: “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."
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