Latest news 17/08/21
Pioneering music industry training platform, Future1000 is upping the ante on its support for female, trans and non-binary students by partnering with UK-wide studio network Pirate Studios to offer 1,000 hours of free rehearsal space as well as an expanded mentorship programme led by some of the dance music’s most respected names and institutions, including Jayda G and Ministry of Sound Records.
The newly announced partnership with Pirate Studios, will offer Future1000 participants access to 1,000 hours of free practice time at Pirate Studio hubs located across the UK. Breaking down the barrier that access to expensive equipment provides, students will be able to put their new skills into practice on the studio’s state-of-the-art DJ and production equipment. Students are also invited to record and submit a DJ mix to Future1000, with the chance to land a DJ mix promotion by Ministry of Sound Records and a DJ set at a Ministry of Sound Records event. Mixes must be submitted by 30th September, with winners announced on 15th October.