Pirate Studios expands across the UK
Pirate Studios, which provides innovative rehearsal space for emerging artists, has now expanded to eight major cities across the UK, with over 90 rehearsal rooms in operation.
The Studios offer artists a taste of professional quality rehearsal space from £4-an-hour, with locations in London, Bristol, Cardiff, Birmingham, Leicester, Liverpool, Sheffield, and Nottingham.
The business was initially setup in 2015 with a single studio in Bristol. Since then, founder David Borrie has swiftly expanded the network – which supports young, undiscovered artists unable to meet the rising costs of today’s music scene – launching 24-hour, self-service spaces across the UK.
Explaining the background, Borrie said: “It’s never been harder for musicians to make a living from their music, so our aim is simple: to make their lives easier. Like pirate radio before us, we’re supporting undiscovered musicians, those that will form the future of UK music.”
Pirate Studios also recently introduced OpenLIVE technology into its studios, offering instantly mixed and mastered recordings of rehearsals to users.
This tech will soon expand to also offer live broadcasting direct from the studios, which artists can then marry with their followings on Facebook Live and other platforms.
Further details can be found HERE.