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It seems like food chains are becoming obsessed with electronic music. First McDonald's had the music production placemats, then Pizza Hut gave away pizza box decks and now Nandos has gone one better than all of them an opened a real life studio in London's Soho.

As reported by NME, the studio has been opened at Nando’s in Frith Street and will give successful applicants the chance to record their own music with the help of an in-house studio engineer and top of the range recording equipment.

The studio comes hot on the heels of the chain's popular Nando’s Music Exchange programme. The Music Exchange was design to inspire the exchange of global music influences through mentoring and workshops from leading artists including Stormzy and Ella Eyre.


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