Ohhh it’s been a long time comin’, but we done did it! We are so beyond stoked to finally be presenting the Light In The Attic Podcast!
For years we’ve wanted to put together a podcast because so often the stories behind our releases are as awesome as the music itself– stories of missed opportunities, lost labors of love, unsolved mysteries, treasure hunting, second chances, and redemption! This podcast will be devoted to telling you these stories, playing the music itself, and welcoming you into the attic to hang with the characters behind LITA releases.
In our first episode, we discuss our Record Store Day 2015 releases- Shogun Assassin, Teatro, and the LITA Zine. You’ll hear music from Shogun, Teatro, and Native North America, an interview with Willie Nelson & Daniel Lanois, and an interview with the editor of the LITA zine, Lydia Hyslop.
We’re already working on episode two which will focus on the story behind just one release, our most recent reissue of 1984 folk album Songs From Suicide Bridge. We can’t wait to share that episode with you as well.
Thanks for checking it out, we hope you like it!
Episode 1 Show Notes:
Matt Sullivan (founder and co-owner of LITA)
Jackie Allen (LITA editorial & social media coordinator)
This Week’s Guests:
Willie Nelson & Daniel Lanois (producer of Teatro)
Lydia Hyslop (LITA Girl Friday, zine editor, and filmmaker)
RSD April 18th, 2015
Shogun Assassin screening at Cinefamily April 18th
The Light In The Attic Website
Our blog post about our Record Store Day releases
Shogun Assassin release page
Willie Nelson’s Teatro release page
Zine release page – see that picture of Sugluk!
Native North America release page: the comp. that Sugluk is featured on
The LITA Podcast is supported by our friends at Gnar Tapes. Check out their podcast Gnar FM TGIF Podcast and the new Gnar Burger Shop in Highland Park, LA.
The Shogun Assassin Trailer
Music From The Episode:
Intro Song: “Highways” by Jim Sullivan from UFO
[in Shogun Trailer] “Lone Wolf’s Theme” from Shogun Assassin
Shogun Assassin song preview “Eyes of a Demon”
1st Teatro song preview “Ou Es-Tu, Mon Amour (Where Are You, My Love)”
2nd Teatro song preview “The Maker”
Outro Song “Fall Away” by Sugluk from Native North American Vol. 1
Mastering by the amazing Patrick McCarthy (LITA Project Manager/Producer)
Any questions, feedback, suggestions, or requests?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or tweet @lightintheattic.