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Wheedle’s Groove – Seattle Funk, Modern Soul & Boogie: Volume II 1972-1987 | Pre-order!

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

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Wheedle’s Groove - Seattle Funk, Modern Soul & Boogie: Volume II 1972-1987
LITA 108 (2xLP | CD | Digital)
Digital – May 20
CD & 2xLP – June 3
Pre-order Now!

We are very excited to announce our upcoming release of Wheedle’s Groove Vol. II, the second installment in the Wheedle’s Groove series documenting Seattle’s soul and funk scene from 1972 to 1987. 

In 2004, the first volume of Wheedle’s Groove shone a light on the formerly unheralded soul scene in 1960s and ‘70s Seattle, followed by a new album in 2008, and then an award winning feature-length documentary film. The on-going Wheedle’s Groove series continues to present a vast chapter of the city’s musical heritage that has little to do with long-haired rock dudes with guitars. No – in the world of Wheedle’s Groove, platform shoes and pimp hats were the order of the day.

But unlike Volume I, Seattle’s soul scene did not stop in 1975. A new volume, Wheedle’s Groove Vol. II, documents the period from 1972 to 1987, when funk was superseded by disco and modern soul. Heading into the ‘80s, artists in the Emerald City caught wind of the hip-hop and electro scenes that were growing in bigger cities across America, and gave the music their own distinct spin.

As the years unfurl in the tracks of Wheedle’s Groove Volume II, so does the recent history of American music, the songs tracing technological changes and social change, and music’s move from the club to disco as live bands moved aside for DJs. Witness Septimus, on the cusp of both, blending a live drummer with a Roland drum machine and cutting ‘Here I Go Again’ on a disco-friendly 12” single.

Separated from the major centers of soul music, Seattle was a scene that developed out of the gaze of the mainstream music industry, but one that moved just as fast. As John Studamire of the band Priceless remembers, “A lot of the groups around town would have to incorporate that disco sound or you’d sound totally dated.”

Seattle’s size and location had a great effect on its sound. Artists on the scene were accustomed to playing small, discreetly segregated club shows and pressing short runs of 45s for local radio stations. Touring happened mostly on a regional scale and artists popped up in a variety of different bands. Fans of Volume I will recognize some familiar names here: Robbie Hill’s Family Affair turn in the soul-jazz gem ‘Don’t Give Up’ and Cold, Bold & Together present the undeniable vocal beauty of ’Let’s Backtrack.’

Compiled and sequenced by Seattle’s DJ Supreme La Rock, this 18-track compilation will also introduce you to the long-forgotten blue-eyed soul boy Don Brown (‘Don’t Lose Your Love’) and frustrated talents Push, overlooked for record deals on account of singer “Big Joe” Erickson’s larger-than-life heft (‘You Turn Me On’). There’s Frederick Robinson III and his gospel-funk protest tune ‘Love One Another’, Tony Benton of Teleclere being Seattle’s answer to Prince (‘Steal Your Love’) and Seattle Mariners baseball star Lenny Randle bringing his teammates in to record ‘Kingdome’ in honor of their stadium.

* Compiled by DJ Supreme La Rock
* All tracks re-mastered
* CD & 2xLP housed in deluxe Stoughton “Tip-On” gatefold jackets
* New liner notes by Jonathan Zwickel with band interviews and rare archive photos
* Color vinyl editions:
+ LITA Vinyl Subscriber Exclusive – 200 on 180-gram “Seattle Supersonics” colored wax (LP 1 Green, LP 2 Yellow)
+ Pre-order Exclusive – 200 on “Red Light Red” wax –> limit 2 per customer
+ LITA Shop Exclusive – 250 hand numbered jackets with 180-gram wax (LP 1 “Seattle Supersonics” tribute picture disc, LP 2 “Sonics” yellow/green split wax) –> *limit 2 per customer*

Stream Don Brown’s “Don’t Lose Your Love” from Wheedle’s Groove Vol. II below….

Donnie & Joe Emerson – Still Dreamin’ Wild: The Lost Recordings 1979-81 | Pre-order

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014


Donnie & Joe Emerson - Still Dreamin’ Wild: The Lost Recordings 1979-81
LITA 115 (LP | CD | Digital)
Available: June 17, 2014
Pre-order Now!

Some people have to wait for fame; some people wait even longer than most. Donnie and Joe Emerson are in a league of their own.

As teenagers in Fruitland, Washington in the late ‘70s, the farming brothers dreamed of being heard. The synthesizers were sometimes crude and the 8-track recorder had its limitations, but the brothers aimed at nothing short of perfection in their home studio on the farm. They titled their 1979 debut Dreamin’ Wild, and, as multi-instrumentalist Donnie later admitted, “Joe and I basically lived the dream of the title of the album.” The same goes for their parents who heavily believed in their sons’ musical dreams, taking out a second mortgage on the farm and investing $100,000 in a dream that refused to die. But their privately funded, private press record sank without trace, the family lost most of their 1,600 acre farm, and as Joe focused on the family farming business, Donnie focused on his solo career.

As for Dreamin’ Wild, things began to change three decades later, when record collector Jack Fleischer bought a copy of the album for $5 at a Spokane thrift shop. Something about the brothers’ smiles, bouffant hair, and matching white jumpsuits gave him a good feeling. Fleischer’s blogging about the album brought it to the attention of cult musician Ariel Pink, who recorded his own version of standout track “Baby.” Eventually re-released on Light In The Attic and widely available for the first time, the album chimed louder a lifetime after its conception: Pitchfork described it as a “a godlike symphony to teen hood.” The New York Times flew out to the family farm, while Jimmy Fallon took to Twitter to proclaim his love for the duo.

But Dreamin’ Wild does not tell the full story. In a relatively short span of time – just two and half years – the boys put close to 70 songs down on tape, all recorded at that magical home studio on the farm. A dozen of them are included here on Still Dreamin’ Wild: The Lost Recordings 1979-81 and ready to be enjoyed for the first time ever. With a familiar blend of FM rock, power pop, and new wave, these 12 tracks cover the entirety of that fruitful period, stretching from the second song Donnie ever recorded (“Everybody Knows It”) – to tracks documenting his temporary move to L.A. in 1981.

Donnie’s life story is in these songs. Where Dreamin’ Wild captures the teenage experience, Still Dreamin’ Wild tells a broader story, one in which teenage dreams turn to painful yearning. So where the Beach Boys indebted “Ooh Baby Yeah” is inspired by a teenage girlfriend, “Big Money” shows the emergence of a naive political awareness. Later, 1981′s “One True Love” captures the sound of what Donnie described as “the city as imagined from the farm,” and the epic closing track, “Don’t Disguise The Way You Feel” found Donnie after high school, feeling stifled and frustrated in the isolation of the countryside and mourning the loss of his friend and occasional backing vocalist Dwayne. It is, quite simply, heartbreaking.

The long-belated success of Dreamin’ Wild has given the Emerson brothers – still close, and still the heart of a loving family – a new lease of life. They’ve finally taken their music on the road, performing at Seattle’s Showbox followed by New York’s Mercury Lounge. Still Dreamin’ Wild proves that the album wasn’t a fluke, and that Donnie’s songwriting is as consistent as it is rare. All this time later, we finally have the pleasure of hearing the brothers’ music. And the good news? They’ve still got the jumpsuits.

* Photo by David Black

  • First ever release
  • All tracks newly re-mastered from original tapes
  • LP housed in a deluxe Stoughton “Tip-On” gatefold jacket
  • Liner notes by Jack D. Fleischer, interviewing Donnie & Joe
  • LP includes download card
  • Color vinyl editions (comes with a “Jingle Demo Reel” 7″ featuring 4 unreleased jingles Donnie wrote for local Washington businesses back in the day)
    - 200 on “Snow White” wax + 7″ ( LITA Vinyl subscriber exclusive
    - 500 on “Baby Blue” wax + 7″ ( pre-orders exclusive – limit 2 per customer)
    - 100 on “Red/Black Shag” wax + 7″ (LITA Shop exclusive – limit 2 per customer)

Stream the track “Ride The tide” from Still Dreamin’ Wild: The Lost Recordings 1979-81 below…

Record Store Day 2014!

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014


Tis’ almost that time of the year again for Record Store Day, the one day out of the year in which we pay homage to the local merchants of music – the unsung heroes of the music business – the guys and gals of independent record stores. For those who worship at the altar of vinyl, Record Store Day is like Christmas and Thanksgiving all rolled into one because record labels worldwide release super-limited titles, picture discs, rarities and one-offs. It’s a day that we here at Light In The Attic hold dear to our hearts. To commemorate RSD 2014, taking place on Saturday, April 19th, we have three incredible releases to share with you.



Built to Spill – Ultimate Alternative Wavers
MCR 907 (2xLP)

Modern Classics Recordings is proud to present for the first time on vinyl Built to Spill’s debut album, Ultimate Alternative Wavers. Showcasing a nod to Sonic Youth and Dinosaur Jr, UAW was recorded at Audio Lab Studios in the band’s hometown of Boise, Idaho and soon after released on Seattle imprint C/Z Records in 1993. Featuring former Treepeople member Doug Martsch, Caustic Resin’s Brett Netson, and drummer Ralf Youtz the album is filled with total rippers like the 9 minute “Built Too Long Parts 1, 2 & 3”. Other songs like “Nowhere Nothin’ Fucku”p is more of a hazy daze that lyrically pays homage to Velvet Underground’s “Oh! Sweet Nuthin”. Though it may have been the band’s debut, UAW still remains a special time capsule from one of modern rock’s great bands that are still going strong after 21 years.



Stephen John Kalinich – A World Of Peace Must Come
LITA 039 (LP)

“A World Of Peace Must Come is his masterpiece. That was fantastic.” – Brian Wilson

“‘Be Still’ is the only song I’ve ever heard that made me want to be a better person.” – Brian Barr, The Seattle Weekly

“The only other artist as pure as him is Captain Beefheart.” – Bill Bentley

It was in the mid 60s that poet Stephen John Kalinich first met the Beach Boys. Kalinich was the first artist to sign to the Beach Boys new label Brother Records. His first songs to see release were “Little Bird” and “Be Still,” which he wrote with Dennis Wilson and were released on the Friends album. His relationship with Dennis would lead to a number of further collaborations and Kalinich / Wilson co-writes, including: 20/20 – “All I Want To Do,” Hawthorne, CA – “A Time to Live in Dreams”, Pacific Ocean Blue – “Rainbows,” and Bambu – “Love Remember Me.” A World of Peace Must Come was recorded at various LA studios and at Brian’s house in Bel-Air in 1969. The tapes were promptly lost, not to be heard again until our discovery of them in 2008. Following the CD-only reissue in that year, this is the first time this timeless snapshot of an era and an ethos will be available on vinyl for Record Store Day 2014.



Michael Chapman –  Playing Guitar The Easy Way
LITA 114 (LP)

Along with Bert Jansch, Roy Harper, and John Martyn –  Michael Chapman is one of the most influential and important British singer/songwriter/folk guitarists of his generation. Like his peers, Chapman blended traditional folk influences with rock and jazz overtones for a unique sound that remains fresh to this day. Following on the heels of LITA’s previous Chapman reissues comes an ultra-rarity, 1978’s Playing The Guitar The Easy Way – an instructional record (complete with a 20 page booklet of notation) making its CD debut and reissued on vinyl for the first time ever!  For guitar geeks, it’s one of the first instructional methods to deal with open tunings like DADGAD. For Chapman fans, it’s merely a gas to listen to!


*The LITA record shop will be open on RSD, April 19th, offering all our exclusive RSD releases, plus a good 70+ other RSD exclusive releases we hand picked, such titles include: Nirvana Pennyroyal Tea / I Hate Myself And Want To Die 7”, The Velvet Underground – Loaded, and Notorious B.I.G. – Life After Death + many more! View the full list of RSD exclusives HERE.

There will also be a 25% off sale on any non RSD products, along with some sweet giveaways throughout the day. The shop is located at 913 NW 50th St., Ballard and open on RSD from 9 am-5 pm.


In celebration of Record Store Day, our friend and filmmaker Michael Reich made a short video showcasing our RSD 2014 releases. Check it out below…

Kris Kristofferson Tour Dates!

Monday, January 13th, 2014


Kris Kristofferson will be performing live at the GRAMMY Foundation Legacy Concert  in Los Angeles on Thursday January 23rd!  The  show kickoffs Kristofferon’s 2014 tour through South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Tickets and more info at

“There’s A Dream I’ve Been Saving” Box Set | OUT NOW!

Tuesday, November 26th, 2013



The day has finally come!  After 7 intense years in the making, our most expansive and lavishly packaged project to date: There’s A Dream I’ve Been Saving, commemorating the complete legacy of Lee Hazlewood Industries from 1966-1971, is finally out!

For more than a year now, we have been reissuing the solo work of this true American moustachioed maverick. Beyond restored versions of Lee’s debut Trouble is a Lonesome Town and the soundtrack A House Safe for Tigers, the lid has also been lifted on the rich, little-explored archives of the label Lee Hazlewood Industries (LHI), when Hazlewood was svengali and super-producer to a stable full of brilliant artists.

This landmark box set is the ultimate artifact for Lee Hazlewood heads new and old, containing a lavishly packaged, expansive 172-page LP sized hard cover book. But every good book deserves a soundtrack and in this case it comes in the form of a four-CD anthology of the LHI label, along with the never-before-released 1970 film Cowboy in Sweden on DVD. The CDs feature Hazlewood songs familiar and less so; surprising covers, doleful duets and little heard LHI gold.

One of the most impressive aspects of the LHI box set is the gorgeous 12”x12” LP sized book (perfect for your record shelf), packed with rare beautiful pictures of Lee, his artists (and the occasional horse). The pages roll out the full story of the LHI label, including interviews with Lee and Suzi Jane Hokum, re-assessments of key Hazlewood albums, and artist profiles for the label’s roster, lovingly written by renowned L.A. music journalist/novelist Jessica Hundley. In the illuminating text, a picture of Hazlewood emerges – fiercely talented, brutally independent, a rare, ornery, ruthless and visionary man.

A Deluxe Edition of the box set contains all of the above housed in a cloth-bound clamshell box with reproductions of LHI-era artifacts including press photos and a reproduction plane ticket used by Hazlewood back in ‘70. But the true icing on the cake is three data discs which include just about every 45 single and every LP ever released on LHI — in both WAV and MP3 formats. At around 17 albums and 72 singles (totaling 305 songs!), that’s a whole lot of Lee.

*Video By David Black


  • 172 Page Hard Cover Book:
    - LP-sized cloth bound book with gold foil stamp
    - Over 150 rare &
unseen photos
+ In depth essays
    - LHI history, album breakdowns, 27 artist profiles, LHI timeline, and interviews with Lee & dozens of label alum.
  • Cowboy in Sweden The Film, on DVD (1970, 60 mIns):
    - First time available. New digital transfer from the original 16mm master negative at the Swedish Broadcasting Co. Fully restored in HD with re-mastered sound. Region Free.
  • 4 CDs (107 Tracks):
    - Meticulously Re-mastered. Analog transfers captured at 24-bit/96-kHz. 95% of transfers from original analog master tapes (remainder transferred from mint vinyl).
    - DISCS 1 & 2: Everything Lee recorded for LHI, including every 45 single and album (Cowboy in SwedenFortyThe Cowboy & The Lady, and Requiem For an Almost Lady), plus a handful of unreleased tracks.
    - DISCS 3 & 4: Key tracks from the LHI stable
 of artists, including Suzi Jane Hokom, The Kitchen Cinq, Ann-Margret, Honey Ltd., The International Submarine Band, Arthur, The Aggregation, Sanford Clark, Lynn Castle, The Surprise Package, Virgil Warner, and Hamilton Streetcar, amongst many others.
    - 14 unreleased tracks
  • From Lee’s Personal ‘Stache:
    - Flexi disc featuring unheard Lee ‘studio chatter’ (“Play it like a cowboy song”)
    - Reproduction of Lee’s original embossed LHI business card
    - 5 random copies include a “Golden Ticket” for a free subscription to Light In The Attic’s Lee Hazlewood Archive Series


(Note: Deluxe Edition includes everything above from Standard Edition plus the below extras)

  • 3 DVDs (305 Tracks):
    - LHI catalog as both WAVs & MP3s (320 Kbps) – covering 17 albums and 138 A&B sides. DVDs exclude The International Submarine Band.
    - Meticulously re-mastered
    - DISC 1: LHI catalog (MP3 w/ cover art)
    - DISC 2: LHI LPs (WAV w/ cover art)
    - DISC 3: LHI 45 Singles (WAV w/ label art)
  • Cloth Bound Clamshell Box:
    - Gold foil stamped and debossed silhouette of Lee
  • From The LHI Vault:
    - 6 glossy LHI promo photos
    - 1970 Hazlewood Airlines ticket


*Video By Jessica Hundley

Also, to celebrate this release, we’re rolling out some dandy LHI tees. If there is one tee shirt Lee Hazlewood would’ve worn, it’s this one. Silk-screened American Apparel tees available in sizes S-XL at!


Mark Lanegan – Has God Seen My Shadow? An Anthology 1989-2011 | Pre-order!

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013


Mark Lanegan – Has God Seen My Shadow? An Anthology 1989-2011
LITA 104 (2xCD | 3xLP Box | Digital)
Available: January 14th, 2014

‘Tis time to officially release info on the highly anticipated Mark Lanegan anthology that’s been years in the making and on the eager minds of many. As one of America’s great modern day vocalists and songwriters, Mark Lanegan has much in common with the timeless work of such legends as Fred Neil, Tim Hardin and Karen Dalton. The former frontman of Screaming Trees, collaborator with Kurt Cobain and Queens Of The Stone Age, half of a modern day Nancy & Lee with Isobel Campbell and, most commonly, solo artist, Lanegan is a man whose career has been defined by an unwillingness to sit still.

We are set to shine a spotlight on this great American performer and songwriter with the release of Has God Seen My Shadow? An Anthology 1989-2011. Collecting Lanegan’s solo material for Sub Pop, Beggars and more plus 12 unreleased tracks, this is the archive treatment Mark has long deserved. It is released in two sumptuous formats: a Double-CD edition with a gatefold, tip-on jacket and a 44-page booklet comprising hand-written lyrics and rare archive photos by Charles Peterson and Steve Gullick, and a Triple-LP box set, each LP in single pocket jackets within a heavy, tip-on slip case, with a 20-page book featuring the same attention to detail and extras as the Double-CD release.

This 32 track anthology lays bare Mark’s rare talent, spanning his entire career from 1990’s debut album The Winding Sheet to a treasure trove of recent unreleased gems and features such guests as PJ Harvey, Josh Homme and J Mascis. His is a sound of grizzled vocals and dark melody, its lyrics chiseled out of late night thoughts and dark humor.

- Anthology co-produced by Mark Lanegan
- Double CD housed in a handsome gatefold “tip-on” jacket, including 44-pg book comprising hand-written lyrics & rare archive photos
- Vinyl box set includes three “tip-on” jackets, housed in a custom “tip-on” slip case, with a 20-pg book comprising hand-written lyrics & rare archive photos
- Includes 12 unreleased tracks

2014 Light In The Attic Subscription – Part I

Friday, November 8th, 2013


Shipping is included in the prices below.

$175 LP United States
$230 LP Canada
$250 LP International

$120 CD United States
$140 CD Canada
$170 CD International


* To avoid heavy international postage costs for LP Subscribers, orders outside North America will be sent in 2 parts: the first four LPs will be sent together and then the second batch of 4 LPs will be sent together.

* Canadian CD subscribers will have each CD sent out individually

It’s that time of year again when we announce our upcoming Light In The Attic Subscription Package. You thought 2013 was good. Well, 2014 is going to blow your mind. Similar to our 2013 subscription, there will be some nice extras for subscribers. In 2013, subscribers received an unseen 1960s screenplay for Lee Hazlewood’s Trouble Is A Lonesome Town TV pitch, a repro patch and button set for Public Image Limited, not to mention exclusive Subscriber-only colored vinyl (when available). In 2014, we hope to top that madness. While it is a little early to spill the beans, below is a small sampling of what we have in store for the first half of 2014. As part of your 8 releases, we can promise you a gorgeous Double-CD/Triple-LP anthology a la the same packaging of our recent release I Am The Center: Private Issue New Age Music In America 1950-1990. So without further adieu:


Bobby Charles – Bobby Charles
Light In The Attic
(LITA 111 | 180-gram LP)

For the first time in decades, the seminal 1972 Bearsville record from tunesmith Bobby Charles is back on vinyl where it belongs. 10 sublime songs supported by a bevy of titans: Garth Hudson, Rick Danko and Levon Helm of The Band, along with Amos Garrett, Ben Keith, Dr. John, Bob Neuwirth and Billy Mundi. Includes the slow burner “Street People” as featured on our comp Country Funk 1969-1975, Volume 1.24 bit / 96 kHz remaster from the original tapes and pressed on 180 gram LP with an expanded gatefold tip-on jacket..

B&S (675)

The Brothers & Sisters – Dylan’s Gospel
Light In The Attic
(LITA 106 | CD | 180-gram LP)

Originally released in 1969 on Ode Records, this sought-after album finds California collective The Brothers & Sisters covering a clutch of Bob Dylan classics in the era’s revolutionary gospel style. Produced by the legendary Lou Adler (Sam Cooke, Mamas and the Papas, Jan & Dean), and arranged by Gene Page, noted for his work for Motown, the performers were largely unknown but a few, namely Merry Clayton (star of the recent documentary 20 Feet from Stardom), Edna Wright (Honey Cone), and Gloria Jones went on to find great acclaim. The word of Dylan has rarely sounded so stirring. Liner notes interviewing Lou Adler, Merry Clayton and Edna Wright with archive photos. 24 bit / 96 kHz remaster from the original tapes and pressed on 180 gram LP with an expanded gatefold tip-on jacket.

Part I of  Your 2014 Subscription Package Includes:

+ The first 8 CDs or 8 LPs released from Light In The Attic during the first half of 2014, excluding box sets.

+ Select LP releases will include special Subscriber-Only colored wax (when colored vinyl is pressed), not available for non-subscribers or anywhere else in the known universe.

+ 15% off ALL online orders for the entire year, excluding subscriptions (discount code to be sent post-purchase). Discounts may not be used towards the subscription purchase.

+ First dibs on various rarities and exclusives throughout the year

+ Free shipping for Subscription titles

+ Due to licensing restrictions, not every LP release will include a digital download coupon

Light In The Attic Road Trip 2013 | Episode 4

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

In this latest episode of our 2013 Road Trip we continue our journey down South. We worked our way through the great states of Alabama and Tennessee, stopping along the way at The End of All Music, Stax Museum of American Soul Music, Simply Grand Music, Ardent Records, Third Man Records and Royal Studios.

Watch previous episodes at and check out additional photos on our Instagram (#litaroadtrip13) and Facebook.

Light In The Attic Road Trip 2013 | Episode 3

Friday, October 18th, 2013

It’s Friday and usually about this time we would be holding another Free Basin’ Friday giveaway. However, since we are still on the road we will have to postpone this weeks giveaway. But don’t work yourself up into a fit quite yet because we do not come empty handed. We are back to regale you with yet another adventure from our 2013 Road Trip! The pilgrimage continues today with episode 3, highlighting our trip through North and South Carolina before ending up in Atlanta, Georgia to talk with Jared Swilley of the Black Lips, and Bradford Cox of Deerhunter and Atlas Sound. Episode 3 also includes stops at Harvest Records and Horizon Records in the The Carolinas, as well as an interview with Creg Cartwright of the Oblivians and Reigning Sound. We only have a few more cities to hit up, so be sure to meet up with us before it’s too late.

You can watch today’s episode and previous episodes at and follow our adventures in real time on Instagram  &  Twitter (#litaroadtrip13), Facebook and

2013 Road Trip Dates



Please & Thank You
Modern Cul


Lost Weekend
Used Kids
Culture Clash


Hello Records
Underground Sounds

CHICAGO – OCT. 21 & 22

Dusty Groove
Jazz Record Mart
Bric a Brac
Logan Hardware

Light In The Attic Road Trip 2013 | Episode 1

Monday, October 14th, 2013

Episode 1 of our 2013 Road Trip is now up! The first leg of our journey started in New York, where we stopped at Daptone, Mexican Summer, In Living Stereo, Other Music, and Academy Records. Check out the video above for interviews with Father John Misty, Yo La Tengo’s Ira Kaplan, Lenny Kaye and New Age artist Laraaji. Stay tuned for the next episode Wednesday, where we work our way down south. Below are the tour dates, so be sure to meet us along the way and say hi.

You can watch the next episode this Wednesday via and follow our adventures in real time on Instagram  &  Twitter (#litaroadtrip13), Facebook and

2013 Road Trip Dates



Cabin Floor
Criminal Records




The Groove
Fond Object
Ernest Tubb
Underground Sounds


Please & Thank You
Modern Cul


Lost Weekend
Used Kids
Culture Clash


Hello Records
Underground Sounds

CHICAGO – OCT. 21 & 22

Dusty Groove
Jazz Record Mart
Bric a Brac
Logan Hardware