A Brief History

Some of Lindsay Capacio’s earliest musical memories involve dancing around her childhood home in Madison, Wisconsin, singing along to Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” and Right Said Fred’s “I’m Too Sexy.” In junior high school she began tracking down the music used in her favorite movies and television shows, scouring message boards for as much new music as she could listen to. She spent her teen years going to shows all over the midwestern and northeastern US, trying to get good grades, and working on horse farms.

By the time she was ready to graduate from high school, Lindsay had decided to become a tour manager. She enrolled in the music industry program at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, where she graduated in the spring of 2009. It wasn't until her senior year that she changed her area of interest to music supervision.

Lindsay moved to Los Angeles in January of 2010, where she worked as a bookkeeper, stage manager, and film festival theater manager before finding her way to Seismic Productions. Starting as a temp on the front desk, she worked in the IT department before becoming the music coordinator. A year later, she was promoted to music supervisor, during which time she worked on such projects as Beauty and the Beast, Fences, The Shack, War Dogs, Nerve, and The Jungle Book.

At the beginning of 2017 she parted ways with Seismic and has worked as a freelance music supervisor for Create Advertising, The Refinery, Lost Films, Mentality Creative, and Soda Creative. In the fall of the same year, she joined the team at True Music as a coordinator, beginning her journey in the film and TV world.

In her down time, Lindsay attends shows, builds personal playlists, and attempts to coax personable behavior out of two rescued black cats (they rarely listen).