Become a music curator
Join a global creator community that collaborates through music
Do you want to become a music curator? Fantastic! We want you to be one too. In fact, we’re actively seeking new music curators to join our global creative community and we welcome all submissions.
You’re probably curious to know a little more about us first. And that’s great, because our music curators are infinitely curious people themselves.
Currently, our social network includes members who are spread across 27 countries. Individually, we groove to the beat of different drummers, yet we are a creator community first. Collaboration through music is our rhythm.
Why become a music curator?
If you’re anything like us, at least one of the following resonates with you:
- You want to connect with people — music is your first language.
- You love to collaborate — swapping tracks with others gets you hyped.
- You are curious — and curiouser about people, music and especially rabbit holes.
Does this sound like you?
Cool! These are some of the things that define our global creator community.
We’re currently in 27 different countries and we’re expanding into more as our community of curators grows. We join together in our Circle social network, where we explore diverse perspectives through the universal language of music. And we’re all eager to experience new soundscapes from someone like you.
We swap music, share ideas even geek out over tidbits of music trivia together. We interact with one another by curating and creating music playlists. Sometimes we get deep. Mostly, we have fun in our social network. We want to hear your ideas, as we strive to be a community-owned organization.
We ask questions. We lose ourselves down rabbit holes. We love to find new ways to listen and share music. We want you to join us in creating innovative ways to tell our stories through music. Let’s champion and inspire curiosity and reflect the kind of world we want to live in.
Something you should know…
Entry into our community is earned — we all begin as volunteers.