We work in New York
Small Team, Big Buzz
Sneak Attack has grown since it started a decade ago in tiny East Village apartment, but its current space still feels like home with a fun, casual vibe—and little touches that make it feel less like an office. Working in a comfortable environment allows the team to accomplish big things for clients like Third Eye Blind, The Cult, The English Beat, Motörhead, Nathaniel Rateliff, Joni Mitchell, and tons of emerging artists, lifestyle brands, and organizations, like the Canadian Independent Music Association and Dutch Culture USA.
What Sneak Attack Media Does
Sneak Attack Media 101
Since its inception in 2006, Sneak Attack Media has been promoting music and lifestyle brands through innovative strategies that go beyond traditional publicity. By combining online-focused PR with grassroots digital marketing, Sneak Attack Media creates distinctive campaigns that are fun, engaging, and effective. The company’s range of services—which includes social media, content creation, creative promotions, and brand and digital partnerships—reflect Sneak Attack Media’s unique brand of passion, innovation, and technology.
The Beat Goes On
In Sneak Attack Media's open office space, music is always playing. The staff takes turns as DJ, blasting their favorite new songs, and co-workers also see shows together to support clients' and friends' bands. Plus, there's a quarterly mixer, bringing together people from the music and tech industries. As a company that puts a premium on office wellness, the office is always stocked with healthy snacks and participates in wellness perk program HealthKick.
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We had a (Canadian) Blast hosting the CIMA and their members here in NYC!
"Working at Sneak Attack Media is a truly rewarding experience on so many levels. Not only is our team incredibly talented and creative—we have a lot of fun together doing big things in our little office.”
“Sneak Attack Media works with clients to take their online presence to the next level—in creative ways."