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Writers Wanted - Music Jobs

We are also dedicated to finding and promoting the best in new and unsigned talent throughout the country. A lot of our output will be geared towards this, so if you have your ear to the ground of the new music scene, this is the place to tell people about who you are watching and listening to. Formed through a shared boredom and discontent with the current musical content available on the web, we decided to design a place where the star of the show is not the singer, the guitarist or the DJ, but YOU, the ordinary passionate music fan with a flair for words.

What we need at the moment is a diverse team of writers from all over the UK (and beyond) who are ready to contribute straight away. If you think this could be you, please send an email with shout OUT written in the subject bar, and a short 100-200 word introduction to yourself, what type of music you are passionate.

We are unable to pay you as of yet, but part-time staff and writers who we like and contribute regularly will get free gig/festival tickets and CDs to review. We look forward to hearing from you. Loading. About The Job, ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to a new era in online music reporting. We are a brand new music website due to go up for testing in August. There is also the potential for regular part-time editorial and staff jobs for the right people looking to gain some invaluable experience in journalism. If you would be interested in this, please say so in your email. 37). "Sometimes the author will have two publications in your bibliography for just one year. In that case, the first publication would have an 'a' after the publication year, the second a 'b and so on. A surveillance based on two urban slums of Kolkata conducted during November 2003October 2004 found that the incidence of typhoid fever per 1,000 per year was 0.9 for children aged less than two years, 3.4 for the age-group of 24.99 years, 4.9 for the age-group of 514.99 years, and 1.2 for the age group of 15 years and above (5).