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Making tracks in the capital

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Converse Rubber Tracks is making its way around the world, and has finally reached Bangkok. 

The Noir getting ready to record for 'Converse Rubber Tracks in Bangkok'.

The brand’s music initiative began with a state-of-the-art studio in Brooklyn, New York, where bands from around the world can record for free with experienced engineers and producers. Taking the musical experience a bit further afield, Converse has been staging pop-up studios everywhere from Paris to Mexico. In Bangkok, the pop-up studio took over Smallroom for recording sessions over one week.

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