Posts Tagged ‘Lee Jarvis’

Music Jobs Team Playlist 009 – Best of British

Posted on December 23rd, 2010 by in Music Jobs Playlists

2010 has been another fantastic year for British musicians. With such a wealth of talent cropping up, we thought we’d pay tribute to some of our favourite songs of recent times in a Music Jobs Team playlist via Spotify. Click the image below or check out http://open.spotify.com/user/leejarvis/playlist/1HxyEvzmRLI4bWhWGiavCU Tracklist: We Have Band – You Came Out […]

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Music Jobs Team Playlist 007: Independent dance music

Posted on October 22nd, 2010 by in Music Jobs Playlists

For this edition of the Music Jobs playlist, I decided to expand on my forte: independent dance music. Not only did I choose to share some of the artists that I regularly listen too, but I thought it would be a good opportunity to use the music player from an independent online retailer, Stompy.com. Stompy […]

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Mixcloud: Re-thinking Radio – One Million Streams Old

Posted on March 5th, 2010 by in Music Industry News

Mixcloud is a website dedicated to streaming music. The main difference is that they focus on radio content as opposed to individual singles. Put simply, in their words, Mixcloud “helps connect radio content to listeners more effectively”. By hosting radio shows, podcasts and DJ mixes in the ‘cloud’ (without software or storage), the audio is […]

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Giving your music away

Posted on October 17th, 2008 by in Music Industry News

I’ve been thinking some more about my post last week, debating how much you actually earn from selling your music online these days. Coupled with the news that’s been finally weaned from Radiohead’s ‘In Rainbows’ Album and the fact that the more forthcoming Trent Reznor’s figures on Nine Inch Nails’ ‘Ghosts I-IV’ album, I thought […]

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The UKMJ Network

Posted on September 24th, 2008 by in Advice & Tips, Using UK Music Jobs

If you think that the best way to further your music career is by just checking on the Jobs Board once a week, then you really are missing out. UK Music Jobs has many tools to aid you on your journey. This blog and my wise words being one of them of course and also, […]

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What can you not live without?

Posted on September 17th, 2008 by in Offbeat

LL Cool J once said “I can’t live without my radio”, but do people still have radios nowadays? Hasn’t internet broadcasting killed off Tim Westwood, Pete Tong, Tony Blackburn et al? Not quite, but you catch my drift; you certainly can live without your radio. With the vast array of gadgets and gizmos available, it […]

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Interview with John Webber: Freelance Engineer

Posted on September 11th, 2008 by in Advice & Tips, Interviews

John Webber was a freelance engineer in several studios throughout the UK before becoming resident engineer at Blue Pro Studios. He has established himself mastering, mixing and producing for a wide variety of indie, jazz, pop, rock and world music acts from unsigned prospects through to major label talent. Previous clients include Universal, SonyBMG & […]

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The End is Nigh!

Posted on September 3rd, 2008 by in Clubbing it, Music Industry News

It has just been announced that London clubbing Mecca, The End, is to close it’s doors for the final time in January 2009. Known and loved by many all over the world, The End has been a true pioneer of underground dance music over the last 12 or so years, hosting groundbreaking nights across house, […]

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Music I’m Digging

Posted on August 4th, 2008 by in New Music

OK, I actually started typing this in July before I went on holiday, but I thought I’d post it up now anyway, as I’m feeling that there’s some great music out there at the moment, and thought I’d share. ———————————– Ever since seeing Roisin Murphy at the St. Patrick Day’s Festival in Trafalgar square, I’ve […]

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Sonar 2008 Review (finally!)

Posted on July 28th, 2008 by in Clubbing it, Reviews

I know it was last month now, but I do have a very good excuse. I’ve been on holiday pretty much since then, lapping it up in the Mediterranean sunshine (still reading?). In fact, then location of this festival must account for part of its success. I’ll explain… As a punter, the fact that you […]

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Interview with Indy Award Winner Joe Driscoll

Posted on June 19th, 2008 by in Interviews, Music Industry News

Joe Driscoll is causing quite a sensation on both sides of the Atlantic with his unique sound, brilliant lyrics and stonking live sets.  Mixing together threads of hip-hop, reggae, soul, folk and roots rock, Joe is doing his own thing and doing it with style.  The worthy recipient of the Indy Award for ‘Best Solo Act Of The […]

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Sonar Music Festival

Posted on June 11th, 2008 by in Gig News, Music Industry News

I, for one, am very excited for the Sonar Music Festival this year. Probably because I couldn’t go last year and kick-off this season is just 9 days away and counting! Sonar is a three day event in Barcelona, Spain that attracts artists, musicians and clubbers from across the globe. Their extravagant themes and mish-mish of […]

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Welcome to the house of blogs

Posted on May 16th, 2008 by in Using UK Music Jobs

Well, here we go with the launch of the UK Music Jobs Blog! We hope to make your visit to the Music Jobs website a bit more informative and enjoyable, with news, reviews, advice and gossip from all corners of the music industry. My ‘specialist subject’ is electronic music, although I aim to cover as much of […]

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