The best place for music industry jobs

MusicCareers is a music industry job site made by music professionals, for music professionals. We help companies and talent find each other in a way that respects the nuances of our industry.
Our site offers an intuitive hiring experience meant to connect recruiters with quality talent. We are a trusted resource by job seekers looking for newly posted career opportunities at major music companies such as Sony Music Entertainment, Insomniac, Atlantic Records, Def Jam Recordings, TikTok, Spotify, Universal Music, Twitch, and many more.
We want our industry to thrive and think it should be simpler for talent and companies to connect, so we’re here to play our part.

Who we are

Budi Voogt, President & Founder, MusicCareers

I’m a Dutch music entrepreneur and CEO of bitbird and Heroic, two independent music companies.
bitbird is the creative label, publishing and clothing company co-founded by internationally reputed artist San Holo. Heroic Music Group is an artist management, label and publishing company representing San Holo, DROELOE, Stephen and others. Previously I’ve also co-founded music industry education platform Heroic Academy and published The SoundCloud Bible and Music Marketing Academy.
I’m passionate about public market investing, philosophy and longevity. Learning is what drives me and I strive to work on interesting projects with long-term people. Life’s too short with anything different. I’m also known to crush a bowl of ramen. I occasionally write on my blog and can be found on Twitter and Instagram.
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The idea for MusicCareers spawned from the realization that our industry needs a job site that is intuitive, modern, and globally oriented - respecting all the industry’s nuances. In our businesses, we’ve used a variety of solutions and I’ve become convinced that the matching of talents with employers should be simpler and more fun. We want to change that.


David Sikorski, General Manager, MusicCareers

I’m a San Francisco-based content editor, digital marketing expert, and media specialist. Over the years, I’ve worked in many different aspects of the music industry—journalism, PR, livestreams, podcasts, talent booking, marketing, and everywhere in between.
My passion has always been around finding new ways to help connect fans with new music. I’m currently the Music Marketing Specialist at Discogs and a contributing writer for publications like EARMILK, Billboard, SPIN, Resident Advisor, NME, and The Daily Beast among many others.

Having worked as a freelance creative in the music industry, I know all too well the struggles of scrolling through countless job boards trying to find any music-related opportunities. I became involved in MusicCareers as a way to help connect music industry professionals with jobs that actually cater to their specific interests, talents, and experience.

Why recruiters choose MusicCareers?

We created MusicCareers as a painless and affordable job posting system explicitly designed with the music industry in mind. All the information a job seeker would need to know about the position and company is conveniently provided with no extra or unnecessary steps involved.
Full-time, part-time, and remote options are made readily available to meet the varying and seasonal needs of the industry. Freelance, volunteer, and internship jobs are offered free of charge to support a resilient music industry currently rebuilding from the devastating effects of COVID-19.

There’s something for everyone

The music business is a multi-billion dollar industry made up of tech companies, record labels, licensing groups, music venues, management agencies, PR firms, and more. It’s a multi-faceted world where exciting jobs and internships in A&R, music publishing, and marketing eagerly await.
Having worked in various sectors of the music industry ourselves, we recognize and celebrate this demand for such a wide range of work. Whether you’re an IT engineer or a sound engineer, MusicCareers is designed to provide the full spectrum of career opportunities that the music industry has to offer.

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