Call For Interns - June 16, 2014
Brassland is always looking for qualified interns with a strong interest in the music industry. Our interns gain first hand experience in the label side of things with the possibility of experience in publishing and management.
All positions are unpaid.
Must live in the greater New York area for the duration of internship.
Must be available for at least two full days a week
Must be in at least junior year of college
Submit resume AND cover letter to glenn AT brassland DOT org with the subject line: “I WANT TO BE AN INTERN OR HELPER PERSON! (______ season)”:
Spring Internship: Jan – mid May
Resume submissions due December 1
Summer Internship: mid May – late Aug
Resume submissions due April 1
Fall Internship: Sept – Dec
Resume submissions due August 1
- Your top 5 all time favorite records
- 5 most recent concerts attended
- A favorite or funniest YouTube video
(Don't worry - we won't judge you...much.)
- Duties vary based on your expertise (writing, programming, etc.). It will almost definitely include packing vinyl and CDs — and updating websites.
- Previous interns have gone on to bright futures as employees and freelancers here & at other music-related companies
Demonstrate your genius in (1) blogging, (2) Soundcloud, (3) Bandcamp, (4) Flickr, (5) YouTube, (6) Tumblr, (7) MyShopify or (8) some crazy internet thing we've never heard of. (Nothing dirty, please.)
If you can do all that, you're hired!
This Is The Kit announce new EP, tours of UK and with José González - November 26, 2015
We try not to let our site get too dominated by any one artist, but This Is The Kit are at it again, hogging the headlines in a way that is extremely counter to their kind, considerate nature. We are pleased to confirm the full release details of their Rusty and Got Dusty EP and a new support slot opening for José González across continental Europe in December — a last minute addendum to their long-in-the-works UK headline tour this November. The new EP is due on January 8th. You can read more about it elsewhere on this site but ....continue....
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The Gloaming visit America; Buke and Gase tour UK/USA with Battles - September 30, 2015
It's rare that our artists have not one but two major tours happening in the United States simultaneously. So, contrary to our usual practice of filling these news updates with random yuks, jokes & asides, we'll get right to the point. (But yes, technically the image we've used with this news story counts as a joke.) Here is where you Americans can catch The Gloaming. OCTOBER - 02 Los Angeles, CA: Bovard Auditorium, USC - 05 Seattle, WA: Benaroya Hall - 07 AnnArbor, MI: UMS at Michigan Theatre - 09 Minneapolis, MN: Walker Art Center - 10 Chicago, IL: Old Town School of ....continue....Tweet
This Is The Kit collect praise, BBC support & tour dates - August 11, 2015
This year's been a doozy for This Is The Kit (aka Kate Stables and whoever joins her aka TITK for short). We released their new, Aaron Dessner-produced album Bashed Out in April. (Vinyl came along a few months later and, hey now, links to get it in any format are here if you are so inclined.) Reactions have been universally positive, with some daring to call it one of the best British albums of 2015. (That "some" includes "us" of course.) We'll get into more details about the positive reviews in a moment but ***HEADLINE ....continue....
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Bryce Dessner, So Percussion, Aron Buke & Gase team-up - May 27, 2015
Of late, Brassland has had our most Dessner-heavy release schedule in quite some time. There is the wonderful (and still fresh) Aaron Dessner production-work on This Is The Kit’s new album Bashed Out — the Bryce-curated indie-all star compilation MusicNOW: 10 Years — and, just last week, Bryce’s new solo album Music for Wood and Strings which, amazingly, was the Hot Shot Debut on this week's Billboard Classical chart!?! (That chart debut is even more amazing if you consider the fact that most of the Billboard "classical" chart is stuff like Lindsey Stirling's dubstep violin jams and ....continue....
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