Hopeless Records Launch IndieGoGo For Sub City Studios

Hopeless Records

Hopeless Records has never shied away from giving back to the community. Through their nonprofit imprint, Sub City, which has released albums by Thrice, The Weakerthans, and more, they have raised over two million dollars for a variety of organizations. Now, they are undertaking another great project with Sub City Studios.

Sub City Studios will function as a recording studio, rehearsal space, classroom, and safe spot for at risk kids in Southern California with a passion for music. In partnership with New Directions For Youth, the label is hoping to raise fifteen thousand dollars to hire instructors and buy instruments and gear to complete the studio, the construction of which has already been funded through Sub City.

That’s where you come in. In exchange for a donation, you can receive one-of-a-kind perks donated by Hopeless artists and other music industry figures. Highlights include a writing session with Bert McCracken of The Used, a cymbal signed by Riley Breckenridge of Thrice, dinner with Silverstein, and a day of recording with producer Neil Avron.

Check out a video about the project after the break, then head over to the project’s IndieGoGo page and help them reach their goal.


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