Guvera's the biggest music streaming service we hadn't heard of: it's got millions of subscribers in 20 countries around the globe, including Indonesia, Finland, India, Singapore, Peru, and the UK. Recently, they launched the House of Guvera in the Arts District of Los Angeles, a content production studio dedicated to supporting artists.
As part of his work with the House of Guvera, Garrett Stephenson from the band Trash Talk went behind-the-scenes with Shlohmo in Melbourne and took these intimate photographs hanging with the Wedidit crew in Auckland, New Zealand, which they have shared exclusively with Magnetic Mag.
Jake Denney, founder of House of Guvera, tells us that he intends to continue building their brand's content production outlet: “This is the first House of Guvera (downtown LA), and as we expand, this location will remain our flagship space by default because of location. Our main responsibility is creating content, and LA is a global tour stop for most touring artists, regardless of what country they are based in or what genre of music they create. Our next stop is Mumbai, India. I’m actually going out to scout locations in the next few weeks. The goal is to launch the next House of Guvera there by the end of the year, and then focus on building our next one in Melbourne, Australia early 2016.”