Black Rhino has teamed up with Studio 148 and Good Stuff for Black Rhino ”Artist in Residence” programme. We invite in studio bands and producers to work together and create a musical track. Sessions last for two days and aim to promote the process of collaboration, producing and recording a tune. It interests us how artists work and negotiate musical ideas in order to reach a common goal. All sessions will be filmed and presented to the public in a musical video consisting of sequences from studio session and short interviews with artists.
We are deliberately leaving the brief very loose to allow artists to be as creative they like, all musical genres are welcome. Noise, bass music, jazz or electronic, rock or rap, the choice stays exclusively to the artist. We just ask these sessions to be carefully crafted.
First episode will come soon.
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