A few of the companies from Music Hack Day London are hiring and we thought you might want to know!
Bounce Mobile are looking for mobile app developers whilst SoundCloud have a whole range of interesting opportunities: mobile, front-end, back-end and intern positions. Take a look if you’re interested and please pass on the links to anyone else you know.
To celebrate the eighth Music Hack Day we wanted to somehow document all the amazing people and projects that had been brought together by the event. And we thought a newspaper might be the perfect way to do that. Thanks to the clever people over at The Newspaper Club we were able to print a short run and hand them out on the weekend to all attendees. Having our own newspaper delivered to the offices of The Guardian somehow felt quite ironic! But for those of you who weren’t there (or didn’t take one away with you) we’ve decided to put an electronic version up for your perusal. Click the button to view in full screen, settle down with a cup of coffee and let us know what you think!
We thought it was about time we started a Music Hack Day blog, somewhere to keep everyone up to date with news from all our events worldwide. We’ll also be posting plenty of other stuff that we find interesting here.
To kick things off, what could be better than posting our official ‘Music Hack Day Theme’ video.
It started out as a little project at Music Hack Day Amsterdam earlier this year by our friends Kamiel and Edial from Yourneighours.de. And we decided to hold a little contest on SoundCloud to find some music to make it more complete. The music we selected comes from Mark Theis, who wrote something especially for the video. We’re super excited about the finished results.