found herself heavily involved in music when opening her bar, The Lucky Cat, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in 2003. It featured regular live events, including returning performances from artists such as Sharon Jones, The Budos Band, Vic Thrill, Reggie Watts, a nascent TV on The Radio, Very Be Careful, King Missile III, as well as a top selection of renowned underground DJs from NYC, Latin America, and Europe.
Post-Lucky Cat, Lilah took her music relationships and legal expertise (JD, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law '01) to the world of advertising where she served as a Music Producer/Supervisor at a music house in NYC and then went to J. Walter Thompson where she was made head of the Music and Radio Department (2009); Lilah was the key point person for anything music-related going through the agency — including creative development, budgeting, and music supervision, clearance and production on major campaigns and new business pitches. Her JWT clients included Microsoft Bing, Rolex, Smirnoff, Macy's and Royal Caribbean just to name a few.
Intrigued with film and TV, Lilah shortly after partnered up with Anthony Roman in 2011 on 'We Are Young.' Lilah and Roman have since worked on several film, theatre and TV projects together starting with Sundance's audience award pick 'Sleepwalk with Me'. Summer of 2014 Lilah worked with Mexican Artist Gilberto Navarro Aceves in producing a 6 month art installation and supporting event promoting alternative green ways of transport. 122 sculptures were installed in 11 locations in NYC. The project was the first of location outside of Mexico for the artist.
After fronting the seminal underground NY band Garden Variety in the mid 90's, Roman formed the noted NYC outfit Radio 4. As chief songwriter and vocalist with Radio 4, he has recorded four albums (DFA/EMI).
The band played festivals such as Coachella, Reading, and Glastonbury; TV shows such as Conan O'Brien, Carson Daly; and toured worldwide, including Japan (with the Foo Fighters), Brazil (with Franz Ferdinand), and Greece (with New Order).
The band has been featured in several commercials including high-profile spots for Mitsubishi, Coca Cola and Nike. Their hit song 'Dance to the Underground' was such a sensation in France that it was listed as one of the 100 best songs of the last decade there. Roman expanded to music supervision and production in film in, TV and advertising 2008. He scored and music supervised his first feature film, 'Beware the Gonzo' ( TriBeCa films) in 2009. He then music supervised the critically acclaimed new FX show 'Lights Out', where he co-wrote the main title and end title music. Roman has since composed and music supervised for several film and TV projects and commercials.
Fall of 2014 Roman joins up with Mod (Elephant) to release a new album, Ring the Alarm, under the name Orange Cassettes. The album also includes collaborations with Phil Mossman (LCD Soundsystem), Jim Orso (Holy Ghost!) and Luke Jenner (The Rapture).