Distro Roundup With Jon Treneff!

May 15th, 2015
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Cherrystones: Critical Mass/Splinters From The Worldwide New-Wave, Post-Punk and Industrial Underground 1978 – 1984 (Preorder)
If you’re a certain nerd of a certain age, you may recall the (great) Cherrystones comps of the early-mid aughts. Gareth Goddard aka DJ Cherrystones carved out the weirdo crate-digger niche well in advance of current weirdo reissue culture. Now that everyone’s finally caught up, he’s back to show who paid the cost to be the boss. In shameless self-promotion news, lookout for the 39 Clocks reissue coming in June!
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For a brief moment in the early ’70′s the flood gates opened and everything was allowed. Wanna make a major studio film in Morocco with Jack Nicholson and no dialogue?  Sure!  How bout an anti-establishment/anti-music industry/anti-everything country record green-lighted by Nashville royalty?  Knock yourself out!  The L.A. Freeway ain’t the way, it ain’t free.
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Tribo Massahi – Estrelando Embaixandor (Back in stock!)
The last thing I remember I was in Gustavo’s backyard sipping a caipirinha next to the tiki torch. When I came to I was naked and alone on a bed of giant gunnera leaves covered in red clay body paint somewhere deep in the rainforest. The sound of tribal drums and chanting all around. Maybe three or four songs playing at once. I passed out again and waited for the doctor to come back.

Shadoks Music Pick | The 5 Best Danish Underground Albums

May 13th, 2015

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We asked Thomas Hartlage of Shadoks Music to tell us picks for the top 5 Danish underground albums of all time. Hartlage has been collecting vinyl since the 70s and has been reissuing amazing underground/psych music via Shadoks for over a decade.

 

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CULPEPER’S ORCHARD S/T LP – Denmark 1971

Here we have possibly the best Danish underground album from Denmark recorded in 1971. We just love every second of this album and we are happy to re-release it for the first time legit on LP. The LP version includes a rare poster, unseen photos by Jørgen Angel and extensive liner notes written by our friend Claus Rasmussen based on interviews with Cy Nicklin (lead vocals & guitars), Michael Friis (bass, organ, piano, flute) and others.The band was inspired by Westcoast bands such as The Byrds, and Crosby, Sills Nash & Young. The powerful music might be compared to Jethro Tull, The Beatles and Led Zeppelin. A superb combination of heavy progressive and folk stylings, the album also has its very own identity and haunting songs.. They have played many great concerts and festivals and became one of the most Danish popular bands. Julian Cope wrote: Replete with extremely catchy songs, fiery Dervish-like guitar solos, confidently self-referential lyrics from a Wino Weinrichian poet/guitarist, all the while the entire ensemble spewing euphoric vocal harmonies over intricate and furiously hard-edged arrangements, this Album of the Month owes its artistic success not to any great dream of originality, but to the wild spirits of each of its performers and especially that of its primary writer – one Cy Nicklin – and his clear desire to contribute highly accessible Hippie Dream music that sat well alongside such million-selling contemporary heroes as The Moody Blues, Crosby, Tween, Nash & Young, Led Zeppelin, Traffic and The Who.

 

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TERJE, JESPER & JOACHIM S/T – Demark 1970

Terje Bandholdt on drums, Jesper Schmidt on guitar and Joachim Ussing on bass recorded this album in 1970 for famous Spectator Records in Denmark (Moses / Blues Addicts / Days).For the first time reissued in original cover plus insert with many photos and band-story, this amazing heavy psych album beats most releases from Denmark, in quality and rarity. Massive guitar action all over, great heavy vocals and pumping rhythms lifts this album out of there grooves. Beside Moses the best heavy psych album from Northern Europe.

 

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PAN S/T – Denmark 1970

Beside Culpeper’s Orchard perhaps the most important underground prog album produced in Denmark. The whole concept of this album works out perfectly. Great songs, heavy, touchy, great guitars and organ, beautiful vocals, just a perfect match. Robert Lelièvre (vocals & guitar) did compose all of the music. He sadly passed away early in 1973. In February 1970 producer Freddy Hansson lost the master tapes which where just recorded and the album had to be re-recorded again. Thomas Puggaard-Müller on lead guitar, Henning Verner on piano, organ, vibes, Arne Würgler on bass & cello and Michael Puggaard-Müller on drums. Pan is a Danish rock band with cult status. Our release includes many unseen photos by the original photographer Teit Jørgensen including the poster, plus photos from Steen Møller Rasmussen, a 4 page insert with great stories and liner notes by our friend Claus Rasmussen, personal drawings by the family of Robert Lelièvre, the original single with cover – a complete PAN collection! After Pan split up musicians became members of bands such as Blast Furnace, Culpeper’s Orchard, Delta Blues Band.

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4. YOUNG FLOWERS  ’No. 2′ – Denmark 1969

In the early seventies Denmark was home to a wealth of progressive bands whose releases are now highly collectible and appreciated by music enthusiasts for their original Scandinavian sound. A little earlier in 1967 when rock music changed for good with the appearance of psychedelic rock and powerful blues trios like Cream and Jimi Hendrix Experience, it did not take long for Danish musicians to adopt the trio form and develop their own unique progressive sound. The most influential and long-lasting of these early Danish groups was the power-trio Young Flowers (1967-1970) from Copenhagen. They have recorded their single in 1967 and the first album “Blomsterpistolen” (flower-pistols) in 1968. This is their second amazing album “No.2″ from 1969 one of the most important albums from Denmark, full of fuzz guitar, great vocals and tight underground songs. Comes as the original in a heavy gatefold SILVER cover, which was the most expensive cover we have ever produced, plus rare poster photographed by Jan Persson, printed innersleeve and 4 page insert. The band is on tour right now playing lots of concerts in the original line-up. After the first album “Blomsterpistolen” No.2 might be the most sought after Danish underground album

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5. DELTA BLUES BAND S/T – Denmark 1969

Delta Blues Band was originally formed in 1968 in Copenhagen. In the spring 1969 they got the chance to record an album for the big record-company E.M.I. and their album was one of the first rock-albums using multitrack technique in Denmark. Just after the release of their debut album the brothers Thomas and Michael left the group to form the successful group PAN. By 1968 the main rhythm and blues group in Denmark was Beefeaters. However, Delta Blues Band was distinct from both Beefeaters and the many other groups playing a British inspired rhythm and blues in Denmark. Delta Blues Band was rather American blues inspired with a massive psychedelic touch (and light show). On concerts Delta Blues Band opened for Chicken Shack, Taste, Fleetwood Mac and John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers (featuring Mick Taylor). This only album by Delta Blues Band is very rare and it is fetching very high prices among collectors. The underground blues sounds a tight and the album has a solid status among those early underground blues albums we like so much such as Keef Hartley Band, Peter Greens Fleetwood Mac and Savoy Brown. A jewel from beginning to end. The underground music I grow up with and love so much ever since.

 

 

For more information on Shadoks Music & Thomas Hartlage, check out this article about him!

 

LITA’s Lookin’ For A Groovy New Publicist!

May 7th, 2015

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We’re hiring! Our Los Angeles office needs a real groovy publicist to help spread the good LITA word through PR and marketing. Check out the job description for full details on the position and instructions on how to apply. We’re really stoked to hear from fantastic, fully-qualified applicants and to soon welcome someone new to our family!

 

Light In The Attic Records is seeking a senior-level person to spearhead our publicity and marketing division. This is a full-time, salaried position, which includes health care and 401k. The position is based at our Los Feliz office in Los Angeles.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Generate, coordinate, and oversee publicity relationships by communicating with domestic and international media outlets
  • Spearhead creative promotional strategies and marketing plans, along with well-curated publicity mailings for each new release, including tastemaker mailings for both Light InThe Attic titles and distribution titles
  • Build partnerships and generate creative events with external organizations both in the music community and beyond
  • Strategize and coordinate with in-house Social & Online Marketing Coordinator, the Retail & Sales team, and the Interactive Marketing Director, including brainstorming interesting marketing strategies
  • Assist in creating fresh ideas for Deluxe Edition releases
  • Oversee online and print advertising
  • Create bi-weekly press reports, while verifying release information on all publicity tools including back-end website press pages and one sheets

Requirements:

  • 2 to 3 years experience in marketing and/or publicity
  • Knowledge of archival music from 1960s to 1990s
  • Gusto to get our records the media coverage they deserve from online media to national television
  • Strong personal relationships with journalists, media outlets and marketing brands in the United States and around the globe. Individual has a contact database.
  • Interest and enthusiasm for non-traditional marketing opportunities
  • Must be willing to work in a team environment
  • Multi-tasker, able to shift gears quickly while simultaneously handling multiple releases and responding to emails in a timely manner
  • Creative and forward thinking, giving each and every release a unique spin
  • Self-motivated
  • Personable
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented
  • Los Angeles-based (working full time at Los Feliz office)
  • Computer savvy, including knowledge of Google Docs and Word
  • Experience with ToDoIst and EverNote a plus

 

Light In The Attic may be able to aid in the relocation fee for the right candidate.

Please submit cover letter and resume, including 3 to 5 examples of media clips you’ve worked on to jobs@lightintheattic.net detailing your background and why you think you’d be a good fit at Light In The Attic.

LITA’s Lookin’ For A Groovy New Publicist!

May 6th, 2015

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We’re hiring! Our Los Angeles office needs a real groovy publicist to help spread the good LITA word through PR and marketing. Check out the job description for full details on the position and instructions on how to apply. We’re really stoked to hear from fantastic, fully-qualified applicants and to soon welcome someone new to our family!

Light In The Attic Records is seeking a senior-level person to spearhead our publicity and marketing division. This is a full-time, salaried position, which includes health care and 401k. The position is based at our Los Feliz office in Los Angeles.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Generate, coordinate, and oversee publicity relationships by communicating with domestic and international media outlets
  • Spearhead creative promotional strategies and marketing plans, along with well-curated publicity mailings for each new release, including tastemaker mailings for both Light InThe Attic titles and distribution titles
  • Build partnerships and generate creative events with external organizations both in the music community and beyond
  • Strategize and coordinate with in-house Social & Online Marketing Coordinator, the Retail & Sales team, and the Interactive Marketing Director, including brainstorming interesting marketing strategies
  • Assist in creating fresh ideas for Deluxe Edition releases
  • Oversee online and print advertising
  • Create bi-weekly press reports, while verifying release information on all publicity tools including back-end website press pages and one sheets

Requirements:

  • 2 to 3 years experience in marketing and/or publicity
  • Knowledge of archival music from 1960s to 1990s
  • Gusto to get our records the media coverage they deserve from online media to national television
  • Strong personal relationships with journalists, media outlets and marketing brands in the United States and around the globe. Individual has a contact database.
  • Interest and enthusiasm for non-traditional marketing opportunities
  • Must be willing to work in a team environment
  • Multi-tasker, able to shift gears quickly while simultaneously handling multiple releases and responding to emails in a timely manner
  • Creative and forward thinking, giving each and every release a unique spin
  • Self-motivated
  • Personable
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented
  • Los Angeles-based (working full time at Los Feliz office)
  • Computer savvy, including knowledge of Google Docs and Word
  • Experience with ToDoIst and EverNote a plus

 

Light In The Attic may be able to aid in the relocation fee for the right candidate.

Please submit cover letter and resume, including 3 to 5 examples of media clips you’ve worked on to jobs@lightintheattic.net detailing your background and why you think you’d be a good fit at Light In The Attic.

Les McCann Takeover!

May 5th, 2015

In honor of jazz legend Les McCann’s beautiful new book of photography Invitation to Openness: The Jazz & Soul Photography of Les McCann 1960-1980, which we’re carrying on our site, this Monday, we hosted a Les McCann social media takeover! All day long, across all of our channels, we debuted Les’s photos, and accompanying quotes, of music and entertainment legends, such as the above shot of Mama Cass and the below shot of Duke Ellington. We’ve collected all of the photos and stories here.

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Jerry Lewis

I had met Jerry on the telethon and I was friends with his bandleader, so I made a book of the photographs I took of Jerry conducting the Count Basie orchestra – and I gave it to someone to give to Jerry.

Two or three hours later the phone rings. “This is Jerry Lewis. Hey, man, this book is unbelievable, thank you!” He said, “I’m making a movie. Why don’t you come be my photographer on the set?” I said, “OK, when does it start?” He said, “Tomorrow.”

So I go down to the studio, everybody’s there, I’m walking around doing my thing. This guy walks over to me and he says, “Hey man, what are you doing taking pictures in here?” I said, “I work for Mr. Lewis.” He said, “Well, you’re not in the union.” I said, “How would you know?” He said, “’Cause there ain’t no n*****s in the union.”

I said, “Jerry!” He said, “Yes?” I said [to the union rep], “Tell him what you just said.” The guy repeats it. Still couldn’t believe it. Jerry closed the whole set down.

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Nina Simone

On stage, one of the greatest ever. Off stage, she wouldn’t know what the hell was going on which probably is why she was unique.

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Mama Cass

Funniest person I think I’ve ever known. Funniest woman I’ve ever known.

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Louis Armstrong

When I was in the Navy, a youngster, in Memphis, Tennessee, it was announced on the bases that there was a big show in town: Louis Armstrong and Billy Eckstine. So, I went in town. I was fortunate enough to go backstage. It was beautiful. I loved talking to him, the inspiration, ‘cause I wasn’t really into music then but I loved his singing. But I finally started listening to him more and realized his contribution is monumental.

 

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Sammy Davis Jr.

Well…went to school with his sister so when I went to New York to go see him in Golden Boy, which was a big show on Broadway…when I mentioned to him that I went to school with his sister, he and I became friends and he gave us the “golden treatment.” Come down the back, come around here–and I met him when I was in the Navy in my uniform, so that was beautiful. Over the years we always spoke. He made a movie about a jazz musician and he used my name as his character.

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Tina Turner

I love lookin’ on her dress. When I was a youngster and she’d be working all through on the soul side of town in LA, me and my friend would run up on the stage, all star-crazed. We’d stand on the bottom of the stage. We was like…crazy, “Oh Tina! We love you! We love you!” “Oh, Les, get the hell away from me!”

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Duke Ellington

I was watching his band play Carnegie Hall and they were all talking to each other, reading books, looking at the newspaper. I thought it was the most disgraceful thing I’d ever seen. I was young, you know, and I was quite disappointed at the professionalism, you know, but years later I went to go see him at a couple of recording sessions. I think one was…I remember Frank Sinatra being there. Once I got into Duke’s music, I began to see that he was different from everybody else but he had no control with the band. Of my ten albums I would take on an island, his album Live at Newport would be one of them.

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Richard “Groove” Holmes

Damn! Biggest, blackest, fattest mofo ever! I was coming into town in Pittsburgh up in the Hill District – which is like, the hood of Pittsburgh, then – and I went into a restaurant, a famous restaurant there, called The Silver Pig. You know what that means: pork, cornbread, greens, black-eyed peas, pies, and everything. As I walk into the restaurant, I see this guy sitting at a table looking like he had the whole restaurant on his table. At least ten different items and as we were walking by, he was asking the lady for a Diet Coke and I bust out laughing, “Diet Coke?! Are you crazy?! With all that shit you got there?!

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Stevie Wonder

Motherf*cker. That’s all I got to say about him. [laughs] No… I did one of his songs once and he loved it. A couple years later I see him and he said, “How come you don’t do my songs anymore?” I said, “I’m waitin’ on you to do one of mine, mother*cker!” [laughs]

WEEKLY DISTRO ROUNDUP WITH JON TRENEFF!

May 1st, 2015

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Shock treatment never worked for me.  But can we all just set aside our peevish differences for a minute and talk aboutOne Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest?  The last scene where the Chief rips up the water fountain and busts the F outta there and then The Doc from Back To The Future goes batshit? C’mon!
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V/A – Shirley Inspired 

Shirley Collins is the queen of creepy old white people music.  The world ain’t gettin’ any younger – and depending on which side of the bed we woke up on, less creepy by the hour.  Sad news for aspiring creeps, weirdos, and future shut-ins the world-over.  Shirley is one of the last living bridges to this world, and if terror, mystery, and folklore get you going, get thyself to a Shirley LP ASAP!
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KKB – KKB 

You know how some people don’t like baseball then they have a kid, settle down, and start wearing a Yankees cap?  KISS is like baseball – I never got it and still don’t.  But I love Grand Funk.  ”Nothing Is The Same” is one of the best grooves ever and one of my top DJ jams for life.
Go cop it.  Bruce Kulick has played in both KISS and Grand Funk, which I suppose makes him a wash.  KKB sounds like Grand Funk, not KISS.  We’re good, Bruce.

Podcast Trivia RSD Giveaway!

May 1st, 2015

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In honor of our brand spankin’ new LITA Podcast and because so many of y’alls have been asking where you can get Shogun Assassin and Teatro now that RSD has passed, we’re holding a trivia contest based on Episode 1 of the podcast so we can give a few copies out for free! For a chance to win Shogun or Teatro, listen to the podcast and answer the below trivia questions + a bonus question in an email to SOCIAL@LIGHTINTHEATTIC.NET (Hint- there’s one question per segment):

  1. Shogun: What track from the Shogun soundtrack did we preview a snippet of on the podcast (not the song that’s playing in the movie trailer)?
  2. Teatro: In how many days was Teatro recorded?
  3. The Zine: Which LITA ‘wordsmith’ coined the term “Behind The Bulb”?
  4. In a fight to the death between Lone Wolf (the shogun’s assassin) and Willie Nelson, who would win and how?

You must answer the 3 trivia questions correctly to qualify and then out of those who qualify, we’ll pick our top 3 favorite creative responses to question 4 as the winners, who can then request either Shogun or Teatro as their prize! And each winner will receive a complimentary LITA zine.

Put in them earbuds and have a listen to the podcast in the audio player below, on iTunes, at this link, or on our SoundCloud or YouTube pages.

 

WEEKLY DISTRO ROUNDUP WITH JON TRENEFF!

April 24th, 2015

The fabled series is back.

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Sick Sad World – Fear and Lies (Help Yourself)

In my dream last night I was walking through some strange Mad Max-ian desert-scape looking for a place to take a leak. I came upon an ancient Roman bath house and walked in. There was water running everywhere (I must’ve really had to pee) through underground gutters and aqueducts I could see running through the floor. So I start to pee through one of these holes, and this wild music comes ripping through the in-bath house stereo. “Whoa! I know this,” I think to myself. Just then I feel a tap on my shoulder. It’s Matt K – “Sick Sad World, bro. Isn’t it.” Then I woke up and took a leak.

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Sepi Kuu – Rannan Usvassa (Shadoks)

Who were Sepi Kuu? What were they thinking? What drugs were they on? Some things we’ll never know. And that’s just fine, honey. At least we have what’s left of our senses. And they’re saying ghoulish guitar fuzz and moss-covered synths sound kinda right over a lumbering rhythm section manned by bearded tree giants. Like being lost in the same disorienting fog Parson Sound and Trad Gras Och Stenar stumbled out of. Fly into the mystery.

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Ramin Djawadi – Game Of Thrones Season 3 OST (Silva Screen)

What’s going on with Thrones? Did winter ever come? Will it? Do they keep making the intro longer or am I high? The last thing I remember there was a fat guy in a fur coat fighting a popsicle. Now that I’ve given up following the plot, watching the show is more fun. I walk down the hill and drink a beer or two at Bekah’s while she gets stoned. Who’s got it? Who’s gonna get it? Who cares?! I’m just here for the hang, man.

New Release! | Karin Krog – “Don’t Just Sing”

April 21st, 2015
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Karin Krog is as axiomatically Norwegian as ludefisk– but much easier for outsiders to love. For over 5 decades, Ms. Krog has masterfully blended electronic manipulation, avant garde rock, and experimental pop jazz to make music that is supremely unique. It’s an honor to be presenting Don’t Just Sing: An Anthology 1963-1999, a concise, career-spanning anthology, curated with Ms. Krog’s own input. We just can’t get enough of her Bobby Gentry cover! Check it out below:

 

 

Says Pat Thomas, who masterminded this project,

Karin Krog is such a household name in Norway – that when I first met her in Oslo and made a deal to do this LITA compilation, the Norwegian Government did their own “news story” about our meeting.”

 

In the article, Thomas is quoted as saying,  that Karin Krog is “a diverse artist like Miles Davis was, constantly changing and reshaping her sound.”

 

If you happen to speak Norwegian, check out this detailed TV documentary about Krog for free on Euro-TV. The discussion is in Norwegian, but the vintage film clips, live performances
and photos are in the international language of music! (Plus, we’re working on getting an English sub-titled version– stay tuned!)

 

CD & LP of “Don’t Just Sing” available June 30th, digital June 16th, and preorder open now!

 

 

Come Play With Us! | LA Intern Search

April 16th, 2015

Light In The Attic is looking for a couple of ROCKSTAR interns for the Los Angeles office. Just kidding… Don’t you hate when people say they’re looking for a ‘ROCKSTAR’ [insert position here]?

We’ve got so many awesome projects up in the air, but though we are mighty, we are few! We need a little help at our office in Los Feliz. We’re looking for a couple of interns to come in 2-3 days/week each from about 10am-5pm.

We’re just looking for good people who are passionate about music & LITA and eager to learn more about the inner workings of a record label and who are willing to take pickleback shots with us on Fridays (but it’s cool if you’re under 21 too, it’ll just be weird for you having the pickle juice without the whiskey!)

 

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Come play with us… forever… and ever…

Tasks will include basic office assistant stuff, assisting our publicist, helping out with radio outreach/licensing, assisting  our social media manager, and assisting our project managers with production-related projects.

We’ll try to tailor the internship to each intern’s particular skills and interests, but willingness to help out in any of the listed ways is important.

ALSO IMPORTANT: We’re a Twizzlers family.

Potential Responsibilities:
Adding tour dates to the LITA artist pages
Wikipedia – updating LITA page, and pages for each release
Adding album covers and artist photos to facebook and other channels
Archiving material
Scanning
Synergy between releases and social networks (beyond our own)
Adding product photos to website
Updating MailChimp mailing list
Managing supplies inventory/watering plants/keep office tidy/taking out trash/replacing water jug in the water cooler
Social Media interaction / Customer Service via Social Networks / Searching LITA-related hashtags, etc on social channels and liking/engaging
Helping out with google release for press related stuff
Helping out with press reports
Updating publisher info
Adding to film/tv spreadsheet on google docs
Potentially helping to generate statistics / analysis of social media presence via google analytics and other tools
Answering phones, fielding deliveries, taking items to post office to be shipped, booking travel
Scheduling posts for social media
Contributing content for the blog
Product photography
Searching publisher Info
Input data to spreadsheet
Radio research for targeting
Radio newsletter
Shipping off radio promos
candy runs :)

 

Please send your resume and a brief cover letter to social@lightintheattic.net, explaining why you’d like to intern at LITA, what unique skills/passions/POV you bring to the table, and what your favorite candy to snack on is. Please make your subject line “LA INTERNSHIP.” Thanks!

Stoked to hear from you!!