The Lexington, London 22/09/14
Wonder Where We Land
Tomorrow's Modern Boxes
LeeFest is a small, non-profit music and arts festival that takes place in SE London each Summer. The festival has a very unique story that has been of great interest to the UK press, and has given the event an inimitable atmosphere. The festival is now beginning to grow in size and stature, and in the past couple of years has been recognised with several industry awards. [read more]
For our upcoming 405 documentary on the Icelandic Music scene we are looking for a visual effects artist to join our team with potential for further and ongoing work. Apply within! [read more]
The 405 has grown steadily over the past five years since our inception to a level that we could never have anticipated. However we're not ones to rest on our laurels and are keen to continue this development over the next five years (keep those Stalin-esque five year plan comparison to a minimum please - Ed), and to explore pastures new - place our crisp new footsteps on untouched snow. [read more]
We're after photographers (or artists) that can provide us with a 'rounded' sets of images from a night - general atmosphere shots, the people who attend, fan portraits, the details, venue details, the singers shoes, the dude covered in sick passed out in the toilets etc. Tell us a story! Document the process. [read more]
We're after an audio engineer for our video sessions that we shoot on location. It's important for certain shoots that candidate has their own mobile mixing desk, or to at least have access to one, as the performances we may need you for will be of 'plugged in' sessions. [read more]
Have you got what it takes to become a Guest Editor for The 405? Yeah? Excellent! Read on! As we've mentioned numerous times over the past few months, we're always looking to expand the 'non-music' sections of site (Fashion/Tech/Art/Design/Film) - but that requires a keen editorial touch. This is where you come in. [read more]
We'd like to interrupt your day by presenting you with a brief transmission relating to the site, and how you can contribute to its continued growth. Yes, it's that time again. [read more]
Quarterhouse is a multipurpose events venue in Folkestone Kent. As Chief Technician you will support and help deliver the Creative Foundation’s goals, by managing and developing a welcoming, profitable and legally compliant performance and event technical function that will help sustain the Quarterhouse's ambitions to be a successful, artistically credible and financially viable venue that will enthuse and inspire staff, stakeholders and audiences. [read more]
We are looking for fluent French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch and Turkish speakers for writing and translating music news, features and reviews. [read more]
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