Converse Rubber Tracks in Mexico City: Meet TorreBlanca

Converse Rubber Tracks in Mexico City: Meet TorreBlanca

Last November, Converse took its wildly-popular Converse Rubber Tracks experience across the border for its first-ever pop-up appearance in Mexico City. Evolving from a 5,200 square-foot recording studio in Brooklyn, NY to an all-encompassing, international music program, Converse Rubber Tracks has given local artists from around the globe the opportunity to unleash their musical creativity through free recording sessions at state-of-the art studios with experienced engineers. Out of 300+ applicants, only 21 hand-selected bands and artists made their way to the Mexico City studio from November 10 through December 1, 2013. As a follow-up, Converse is releasing exclusive, behind-the-scenes videos of select recording sessions from both established and up-and-coming Mexican artists.

Check out our first installment with Torreblanca below:

TORREBLANCA

The single “1000 Fantasmas” by Torreblanca is this week’s “Track of the Week”:

Bringing their unique sound to Rubber Tracks in Mexico City, the band took full advantage of the professional recording studio’s resources. Torreblanca worked closely with the sound engineer, experimenting with different instruments and recording techniques to add an assortment of elements to their original song.

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Converse Rubber Tracks in Mexico City: Meet TorreBlanca