Sneaker brand Converse is looking for talented musicians in the Netherlands! The company behind the iconic Chuck Taylor has been giving back to the creative community, that has supported the brand for over 105 years, by setting up the Rubber Tracks pop-up studios and offering promising artists a platform to “unleash their creative spirit”. Rubber Tracks has just announced that it is making its third return to Amsterdam this October. If you are ready for state-of-the-art studio time under the guidance of the professional Rubber Tracks team of engineers, you can now start sending your applications by clicking here.

From October 7th to the 16th, the ten artists that have been picked out from the applications will be offered a full day recording session, while the city is gearing up towards ADE. Converse Rubber Tracks Amsterdam will also again be cooperating with underground institution Red Light Records, the studio and record store located at the infamous red light district in the heart of the city. Next to this the Amsterdam Dance Event itself will host Converse Rubber Tracks Live, an energetic live music showcase where the selected Rubber Tracks artists will be the supporting act of an internationally acclaimed producer.

Since the Brooklyn flagship studio opened in July 2011, myriad artists have had the opportunity to record original music alongside the Converse Rubber Tracks team of experienced engineers at no cost. The pop-up studio has roamed the globe and has already hit Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Montreal, Toronto, as well as Montreal, Hamburg, Beijing, Mexico City, Barcelona, Johannesburg, Bangkok, Berlin, Bogota, Santiago, Belo Horizonte, Recife, and London. Converse also recently announced the opening of its third permanent Converse Rubber Tracks studio, next to the ones in Brooklyn and Boston in Sao Paulo, Brazil.