EMI has been opening up its catalogue to developers in recent times, notably with its Open EMI initiative with The Echo Nest. Now it seems the label is looking for an in-house hacker too. “Inspired by SF #musichackday?” asks a tweet from the OpenEMI account. “We’re looking for a hacker intern based in LDN to start asap! Emailopenemi@emimusic.com with your work.” Okay, so this may mean EMI isn’t looking to pay a hacker just yet, but it’s a start. The label revealed the first apps to spring out of the Open EMI sandboxes at Midem in January, and will be one of the keynote sessions in our upcoming Music Apps event, showcasing other examples.