people can also debate for as long as they want about music being good because its _____ technically. but like bring it back to the rawness and that shit doesn’t matter. i realised when i was like 13 even before i knew how to really play any instrument that technicality didn’t make anything good. very simple concept that so many musicians don’t understand. most people who don’t play music understand it subconsciously. music is good purely if u react to it in whatever way. that’s when i really appreciate artists who namecheck super pop music or whatever.. but make music completely unlike it. they get it. the energies. they get it
Smoothie as heck
There are records from the early 90s that have “Save Real House Culture” on the labels ie when hiphouse and the 1000x genres that took off in the spawn of rave music were things everyone got mad about it not being True To The Culture not totally unlike the whole “EDM” craze + response that’s going on rn so we can relax wrt: EDM IS KILLING THE CULTURE
“If You Can’t Take A Joke Get Off The Internet LOL xD”
heartwarming moment at the bank today
attach the cover letter as a separate pdf, unless the cover letter has to be real short. the panel likes a neat printout of supporting material for the shortlisting meeting (i’m not on panels, but do lots of recruitment admin at the department).
i always do both
You should send it as an attachment. Either as a pdf or word document.
thank you everyone 4 ur input! I think I’m just gonna go all out and include it in the body of the email as well as attach the cover letter in a separate pdf.
including it in the pdf makes more sense imo? but i’ve never applied for a job in my life so i mean my advice has no real bearing but
maybe a separate pdf file?
Hmmm, I feel like the rule of thumb with emailing files is the fewer the better, which is why I was leaning towards doing 1 pdf but idk, I guess they’d be prepared for lots of attachments if that’s how they’re taking applications.