music art creative-industries content-curation
Brooklyn, NY



About Us

We've spent the last 15 years immersed in the world of music. The last five of which have been tackling problems in the music-technology realm, obsessing about the future of fan and artist engagement, and utilizing the talents of our amazing team to serve creatives to the best of our abilities through our Drip.fm platform. We brought on 35 of our favorite record labels to start our journey with. We've seen an incredible response, and are working to redefine a new era in creation and distribution for creators and their audience.

Our offices are in Brooklyn, New York. You'll be working with an incredible team comprised of the founder of Ghostly International, Ghostly's former CTO, an aspiring chess-master and PL nerd, and one of the most talented front-end designers/developers in NYC.


About the Position

Drip is looking for an engineer who is comfortable working within all parts of the stack. We are most interested in your skills and personality, but a CS background is a plus. Music is in our blood — it should be in yours, too.

As a member of Drip’s engineering team, we want you to bring experience building products from the ground up. Your teammates should see you as a programming expert and go to you with their toughest problems. You should be comfortable jumping in the deep end and learning new skills.

Drip is very much an early stage company – you will be our first hire outside of the founding team – so you should feel comfortable taking on large features from top to bottom. The goal of this position is to accelerate drip’s development while it is still growing swiftly as a product. Generally, this means the rapid development of new core features.


  • Extensive experience building web applications in a dynamic language (Ruby a plus)
  • Comfort with and knowledge of modern web browsers


  • Experience using Ruby-on-Rails in a production environment
  • Experience with Angular.js or Ember, Backbone
  • Experience using HTML/CSS/Javascript/AJAX in a production environment
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