Peckham venue and record store Rye Wax has announced it will be running a new electronic music youth mentorship programme.
Launching this month through to June, the London-based scheme will provide masterclasses and workshops for aspiring artists aged between 18 and 25 years-old.
Equipment will be provided such as laptops with DAWs, a range of analogue hardware, DJ equipment and much more.
The application page explains: “Whilst we are accepting applications from everyone, we particularly encourage applications from QTIBPOC / global majority, disabled and other groups underrepresented in the music industry.”
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Rye Wax has been open for almost 10 years in Copeland Park, Peckham with an ethos to shine a light on underrepresented or marginalised music and “providing a space for countercultural movements to flourish.”
Applications close at 9AM on April 10. Apply here.
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Written by: Tim Hopkins