Music Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of music journalists below. We found 373 music journalists listed.

Rachel Hegarty

Writer, word smith and scribe . Contributor with Le Cool Dublin and meg.ie

Culture vulture and word nerd


Özgür Öğret

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Istanbul based journalist; focusing mostly on press freedom & rock'n'roll. Turkey representative for the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). Regular contributor to Turkish music magazine Headbang; occasional stringer for various media outlets. Formerly worked at/for: Hürriyet Daily News, Bianet, setimes.com & Blue Jean.


Sam Parker

Deputy Editor, Esquire.co.uk / Freelance writer and editor

<b>Previous roles:</b> Features Editor, <i>BuzzFeed UK</i> Culture Editor, <i>The Huffington Post UK</i> Content Editor, Bauer Media <b>Freelance:</b> <i>The Times</i>, <i>Guardian Online</i>, <i>Empire</i> <b>Awards:</b> Winner: DMA Magazine Website of the Year 2013 (Esquire.co.uk) Nominated: BSME Rising Star 2014 Best Web Writer Nominated: British Media Awards Launch of the Year 2014 (Esquire.co.uk) Nominated: AOP Digital Publishing Awards 2014 Launch of the Year (Esquire.co.uk) <b>Get in touch:</b> [email protected] @samparkercouk

United Kingdom

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Kit O'Toole, Ed.D.

Freelance Popular Culture Writer

I'm a freelance writer specializing in music, books, and technology. I am the author of two books: Michael Jackson FAQ (Backbeat Books) and Songs We Were Singing: Analyses of Beatles Tracks. Previously a music editor for Blogcritics.org, I'm currently a contributing editor for Beatlefan magazine, reviewer/columnist for Blinded by Sound and Something Else Reviews, and contributor to Cinema Sentries.

United States of America

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Nicole Janowicz

International Fashion Stylist

International Fashion Stylist, Nicole Janowicz, styles her celebrity clientele for the biggest events in their professional and personal lives. She creates eclectic, chic, and one-of-a-kind looks for every client for red carpet events, world concert tours, award shows, music videos, album packaging, editorial photo shoots, and private weddings. Nicole's clientele have included some of the biggest names in music and entertainment including Backstreet Boys, Slash, Plain White T's, T Mills, Jaime King, Catt Sadler, Dennis Quaid, Natasha Henstrdige, and more. Additionally, she styled the video elements for the Spice Girls Reunion World Tour, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony World Tour, and Madonna's "MDNA" World Tour. She also designed the costumes for four consecutive Backstreet Boys' world tours. Her clients consistently appear on the pages of In Style, In Style Weddings, Rolling Stone Japan, Life & Style, People, Entertainment Weekly, In Rock, In Touch Magazine, among others. All of her clients' weddings have been featured in numerous popular entertainment TV shows and magazines. Her fashion editorials have been featured in various magazines including Genlux, Fault, Tantalum, Modchild, Untitled, and Lifestyle & Mirror. She writes about current trends in the fashion and wedding industries for multiple online magazines including: The Huffington Post, LA Fashion Week, Michael Brandvold Marketing, Weddings and Honeymoons, and It! Weddings Florida. Her articles are syndicated nationally.


Tom Owen

Junior Copywriter

@owentcharles

United Kingdom

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Dom Smith

Editor | Soundsphere magazine

Dom Smith (sometimes known as Dom Sphere) is a digital journalist, born in East Yorkshire who has completed a Masters in Magazine Journalism at the University of Central Lancashire. He was the National Diversity Award winner for Entrepreneurial Excellence in 2012, and has previously been voted one of the happiest people in the country according to the Independent on Sunday. He has also carried the Paralympic Flame for the city of York. In 2021, following a stint working in the US, as a Journalist in Residence for MIT, now based across Yorkshire and the North of England for work stuff, Dom runs the music publication, Soundsphere. The project (in online and print form) has held bases in Manchester, Chester and York before coming to Hull, and has worked on festivals including Leeds and Download in the UK, Sziget in Hungary, Exit in Serbia and SXSW in America. Soundsphere is funded by advertorial from clubs, bars and academic institutions looking to run work placements, and runs regular live music showcases, promoting national, and local charities including CALM (The Campaign Against Living Miserably), Accessible Arts and Media (York) and Samaritans (Hull). In addition, Dom works as part of Wobbling About and Rocking Out (promoting disability and mental health awareness) and the Creative Condition doing PR and marketing work for various clients. Throughout his career, Dom has had the opportunity to conduct regular workshops and talks around the country about entrepreneurship, media and journalism with students, and work regularly as a mentor for young people, working with The Warren Youth Project in Hull, and more. In previous years, Dom has written for Metro, Rock Sound magazine, WhatCulture, The Quietus, T3 magazine, NME.com, Stuff magazine, Metal Hammer magazine (and others), and has interviewed everyone from Rammstein, Placebo, Alice In Chains and Judas Priest to The 1975, McBusted as well as emerging talent including Yungblud, as well as international entertainers including magician Dynamo, wrestler Ric Flair and many more. Alongside working on his own solo electronic music, Dom has been the drummer for blues rock band Stickybackplastics, York hardcore punks SEEP AWAY, Hull doom metal two-piece The Parasitic Twins and a forthcoming post-punk studio project, Mary and The Ram. He is also the host of the Gimme A Hull Yeah wrestling podcast. Just hit the contact button and get in touch.


Sam William West

writer/copywriter/screenwriter

I'm a writer, copywriter and screenwriter who's great at making information come alive for the internet. I've worked on projects about IT, energy policy, management strategy, haircare, extra-thin condoms, vegetables, car sales and everything in between. I also used to edit Three Thousand (Melbourne's first online city guide) so I've got plenty of experience talking about arts, music, recreation and travel. There's a small sample of my work below, and you can get in touch at [email protected]


Hugues Makaba Ntoto

Journalist/blogger based in Antwerp, Belgium

I graduated from Thomas More University in September 2012 with a Bachelor's degree in Journalism . I currently write for Sir Magazine and occassionally for Gazet van Antwerpen, a local newspaper. I have worked as a music critic for Rif Raf Music magazine and written about video games for GUNK magazine.

Belgium


Adriano Leite

Jornalista.

Jornalista com experiência em assessoria de comunicação, jornal impresso, marketing digital e produção de textos para jornais e sites. Atualmente, trabalha como redator com foco em conteúdo e estratégias criativas para marcas em redes sociais.