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From The Editor: TNGHT, Shola Ama & It's Nice That

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Wow, well we weren’t expecting Detroit rapper and friend of A$AP Rocky Danny Brown to pop in last week. Danny came to the studios to listen to tracks produced by Hudson Mohawke and Lunice. Check out a few snapshots of the guys in session.

Monday and Tuesday marked the official release of Red Bull Studios producer in residence Hudson Mohawke's collaborative EP 'TNGHT.' Made with crunked out cooker (that’s dancing) Lunice, the EP is 16-minutes of groundbreaking futuristic instrumental hip hop, listen below:

Last Saturday and Sunday Toddla T programmed our stage at Tramlines Festival in Sheffield. He invited a host of electronic talent with everyone from Bashmore to T Williams playing a selection of housey cuts for the 1,500 strong crowd. We’ve an assortment of our favourite pictures from the event and a beautifully shot movie by filmmaker Calum Creasey. Watch the film below.

It’s been a good week for talented chanteuses with the release of Shola Ama’s A64 for SB.TV and acoustic pop singer Sarah Close’s Introducing film. From talented vocalists to MCs with the gift of the gab: Kano and Ghetts, the duo joined Melé in the studio to work on a live remix of ‘Beamer’ for Soul Culture.

On Wednesday night creative institution It’s Nice That and design recruiter Represent put on a private talk for graduates with industry visionaries in the gallery space. It’s Nice That are regular visitors to the studios, last year they presented a series of thought provoking talks on activism, digital, narrative, motivation and innovation and ownership. Check out our photo highlight from Thursday night and find out more about the talks.

Adios amigos!
Hayley Joyes,
Red Bull Studios London Editor

 


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