- On June 14, 2016
Manchester is renowned for many things, among them the evolution of the music scene which has become known as Madchester. With its energetic blending of psychedelic and alternative rock with electronic dance music, nothing sums up the music vibe of the city better than this. And nothing sparks off interest in playing music better than the emergence of this kind of local scene.
But there’s a drawback, especially if you live in the city. In order to store equipment, rock drummers and musicians need plenty of space, as well as an isolated practice area or very sympathetic neighbours. For many, the issue of finding adequate, safe space for their kit means they never even get started. But there’s a solution – take a look at Storage World.
For a long time seen as the province of anyone wanting to declutter, upsize, downsize or gain quick, simple access to document archiving or stock, self-storage today has taken on a vast range of new purposes to meet the demands of contemporary city life. And renting space for emerging rock equipment storage could be one of them, either your own, or for a complete band.
Imagine having somewhere not only to store your drum kit, guitars, keyboards or kit, but also somewhere which is completely safe, secure and easily accessible. You can rent any unit from the size of a shower cubicle to half a tennis court, and change your unit as your needs change. And when bookings for gigs start to come in, you can even rent office space for your agent to deal with the paperwork of running a successful band.
Storage World, conveniently located close to the city centre, is easily accessible when you want to collect your kit for a gig. So if you’d love to become a rock musician and it’s only storage space that’s holding you back, why not take a good look at Storage World? Great musicians are always in demand and, if you wonder whether it’s worth it, just remember that The Happy Mondays and The Stone Roses had to start somewhere.