Sounds and Colours Seeking Music Writers

By | 05 May, 2015

We are currently looking for writers to review new Latin American albums. We are constantly inundated with new releases both from Latin America and from the Latin American diaspora. As we don’t want to miss a thing we’d love to have some new Music Reviewers on the team who are interested in hearing brand new Latin American music and airing their views. An in-depth knowledge of Latin American music is not a must (though it does help), the most important thing for us is that you can write clearly with passion for the subject.

In addition we are looking for a Mixtapes Editor and a Music Exclusives Editor. The first of these would source new Latin-flavoured mixtapes for the site before posting them up on the site. This would suit a DJ or music obsessive who really loves getting their hands on eclectic Latin sounds, whether they be old or new. The Music Exclusives Editor will help with the procurement and publishing of exclusives for the site – such as video and track premières. Both of these roles will work closely with the Editor. If you’re interested get in touch and we’ll provide further details.

All roles are voluntary. Though Sounds and Colours is an established website with a reputation for quality content and for showcasing the best new Latin American music, we are still small fish within the great pond of the Internet. However, we hope that you will compensated by the level of support we give you, by the opportunity of becoming part of a passionate team and by the opportunities that will come from working with Sounds and Colours.

If you’re interested please email info@soundsandcolours.com with the following:

  • Your three favourite Latin American artists
  • A brief description of yourself and your interest in Latin American music

Saludos!


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