Co-Working Music Spaces in London
We live in an era of collaboration, with the internet at our fingertips we can work with anyone, anywhere in the world at any time. Is the era of the internet putting a block on face-t0-face collaborations and projects? There is a special vibe created when like minded individuals get together in a room and make art. As musicians, some of the best things we can do seem to happen with the input of others.
Here are some great music spaces in the London area that you can hire and meet like minded musicians to collaborate with.
Mainyard Studios are a business providing co-working spaces for anyone looking for office space, co-working desks and music studios around London. With locations in Hackney, Wimbledon and Walthamstow, Mainyard provide fantastic places for creative individuals to work. They even upcycle materials and build the office furniture themselves making this a very self sustainable business and eco friendly.
Located just a few minutes walk from King’s Cross and St Pancras stations, Kings Place is a fantastic venue with a huge range of hire options from concert halls, studios, offices and meeting rooms for a range of capacities. If you are looking to hold a performance or workshop, or you just want to present something or get a team of people together in an easily accessible, inspiring creative place, check out Kings Place.
Mixcloud are a big noise in the DJ world, allowing DJ’s from global superstars to bedroom disc spinners, create and upload their own mixes, podcasts and radio shows. The site has also been very popular with home brew podcasters and internet radio hosts. They also offer a wonderful creative office space for hire in Shoreditch which includes a ping-pong table, a DJ booth, snacks and free Red Bull and beer. Pretty cool right?
Owned by Ministry of Sound, The Ministry is a new creative space in London’s Elephant and Castle area containing a 40 seater cinema, study rooms, class rooms, media studios and dining spaces. All of which you can hire for your own creative sessions. Based in an old Victorian Printworks, this building looks as good as it functions. The members that use the space describe it as buzzing and vibrant.