Since 2007, 50 venues have shut their doors for good, leaving the capital with just 88. Historic venues such as the Marquee Club, the Astoria, the 12 Bar Club, Water Rats and Madame Jojo’s have disappeared from the map, falling victim to high costs, complaints from residents and pressures from developers. Many more are on the brink of closure.
At 8pm on the 6th November, the #SaveLondonMusic campaign will have its official London wide launch at The Fiddlers Elbow in Camden Town. Please come down.
Mill Hill Music Complex has been running since 1979, in various guises. We started in one room in a derelict caretakers cottage, progressed to what is now studio 2, opened the recording studio (studio 1) in 1990, studios 3-10 between 1994 and 2001. We then had a little break until April 2012, when we opened our new studio complex, in the big blue building, with studios 14-19 in. You may wonder what happened to studios 11-13? Well studios 11 & 12 were temporary studios in the caretakers cottage between 2004- 2008 when it was demolished and studio 13 is the hire store! This originally was going to be another drum room, but we needed an easy to access PA store, so we used it for that instead! Continue Reading