Archive for the ‘US Music Jobs’ Category

What Does Music Jobs Offer (That Other Services Don’t)?

Posted on May 16th, 2013 by in Advice & Tips, US Music Jobs

What does Music Jobs offer jobseekers? Chances are if you’re reading this blog you know a little about our service, Music Jobs. You may have seen our daily job alerts on Facebook or Twitter, notifying jobseekers of newly posted positions. Perhaps you’ve read our advice on writing the perfect cover letter, or what your band […]


Music Jobs Sends One Lucky Winner to Coachella 2013

Posted on April 22nd, 2013 by in Competitions, US Music Jobs

Last month Music Jobs gave folks the chance to win a free ticket to Coachella 2013. Hundreds entered to win, but only one would get the golden ticket. That winner was Jaime Hutchinson of Littleton, CO, who won a ticket for weekend 2 (April 19 – 21). Congratulations, Jaime! According to reports about this year’s […]


How to Tailor Your Music Jobs Online Resume For Success

Posted on December 13th, 2012 by in Advice & Tips, US Music Jobs

Get The Most Out Of Your Resume When applying for a job, making yourself stand out from the crowd with an exceptional resume is essential. It’s the first impression you make on an employer, and it can make or break your chances of getting that call. So, to empower you in your job search, we’ve […]


Incubus Manager Steve Rennie aka Renman Will Give Talk at the Musicians Institute

Posted on September 19th, 2012 by in Advice & Tips, Music Industry News, US Music Jobs

On October 3rd, Steve Rennie aka Renman will be sharing his raw, uncensored insights on the music industry in a talk at the Musicians Institute in Los Angeles. He’ll be discussing the big picture of the music biz in the digital age, as well as the nuts and bolts, in his typical no-BS fashion. Renman […]


Sounds of Summer Mixtape Winners!

Posted on September 6th, 2012 by in Competitions, US Music Jobs

Wow. After an epic time going through over 500 entries, we have finally selected the winners of our Sounds of Summer Mixtape Competition…


YouMedia Records: Youth Producing Art for Social Change

Posted on February 16th, 2012 by in US Music Jobs

by Shrav Krishna Ah, the fame of breaking into the music industry and being signed onto a label at a young age to inspire the world of your peers: A timeless, yet revered, tradition throughout the decades of digital audio. The Beatles stormed into the early 60′s to create a musical outlet for a newly […]


Didn’t Get the Job? Make Sure You’re Covered

Posted on February 9th, 2012 by in Advice & Tips, US Music Jobs

Our parents had to typewrite, if not handwrite, their resumes. We “mail” them off with the click of a button. Technology, always further expediting the way in which we communicate, has pleasantly made the tedious affair of applying for jobs a bit less like a job itself. But, as a result of its digitalization, the job […]


Giving Thanks…

Posted on November 23rd, 2011 by in US Music Jobs

I for one can’t believe that Thanksgiving is tomorrow already…  With all of the Christmas commercials on TV and decorations in stores, it’s easy to forget that it’s not quite December.  I like to take time each year at Thanksgiving to think about all of the things in my life  that I’m thankful for . […]


Using Video In Your Job Search

Posted on December 3rd, 2010 by in Advice & Tips, US Music Jobs

In the modern era of job search, there are many ways to improve your chances of finding that dream career. Whether you are a singer or a DJ looking for a big break, an engineer wanting to broadcast your expertise, or even a teacher looking for more students or a full-time position, here are several […]


Music Jobs AudioNowcast Feature

Posted on October 14th, 2010 by in Advice & Tips, US Music Jobs

Tammy Romaniuk of Media Match and Tara Duffy of US Music Jobs were invited to be guests for episode 92 of AudioNowcast, first broadcast on 27th September 2010. AudioNowcast is a regular podcast of audio professionals talking about the industry. Topics included: the rundown on their respective websites; if Craigslist is any good for finding […]