Jazz Atkin is a marketing director at Loma Vista Recordings. Jazz is a music industry executive with 10 years experience running marketing campaigns within an independent label environment. She relocated from London to New York in 2013, where she completed stints at Mom+Pop Music and Domino Recording Co before relocating to Los Angeles in 2019, where she is currently Marketing Director at Loma Vista Recordings, managing projects from the likes of Korn, St. Vincent, Soccer Mommy, Action Bronson, Sampa The Great, Margo Price, and more.
Our recent chat with Jazz discusses their favourite campaigns and talks about the overlaps between visual creativity and music.
Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul Topical Dancer was blunt and funny and an unexpected fave of mine from last year. The visuals were all perfect, and I am addicted to watching live sessions of HAHA.
Korn have always been very innovative and they were incredible collaborative partners. They also have a dedicated fanbase who are down to engage which always makes things more fun. It's a joy to work with a band who are constantly raising the bar on themselves.
Doja Cat x Girls Who Code I thought this was an awesome collaboration concept, and Girls Who Code are such a great non-profit. I started on the digital side of music and I landed one of my first jobs by touting HTML/CSS skills learned from Myspace. I’m glad there are better resources these days!
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Hot Chip “Hungry Child”
Having the actors scream over the entire song is a completely unhinged approach to a music video. We should all be more unhinged.
Their new album Trouble The Water is absolutely incredible, and the community the band have built around themselves is super inspiring. The band will be touring through this year and their shows are always wild.
There has never been a bad photo of Iggy Pop. The Mick Rock back bend shot is probably the most iconic, but I'm trying to get every photo from the Harmony Korine-directed Gucci campaign framed for the office.