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A web series where naive and rebellious teens
grow up, get down, and come out in the '90s grunge-era

Music from Episode 3.12: “Something to Put in Your Hat”

1. Brent Katz – “Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden (Season 3 Theme Song)”
Another one from Brent Katz (an OJBG fav!). Brent Katz was the drummer of NYC band “The Harlem Shakes” (WWW.HARLEMSHAKES.COM) and afterwards formed “Thunder And Lightning”. Check them out here: THUNDERANDLIGHTNING.BANDCAMP.COM!

2. Kevin MacLeod – “Divertissement – Pizzicato (From the ballet ‘Sylvia’)”
“Delibes. Sylvia is a 3-Act ballet first produced in 1876. I’m pretty certain this particular piece has nothing to do with the plot – or it wouldn’t be called a ‘divertissement’.” For more on Kevin MacLeod visit INCOMPETECH.COM.

3. Kevin MacLeod – “Also Sprach Zarathustra”
“Richard Strauss’ famous piece from 1883. This is just the first few measures – made in about a day. There is more work to be done, but it pretty okay right now. Enjoy!” For more on Kevin MacLeod visit INCOMPETECH.COM.

4. Kevin MacLeod – “One-Eyed Maestro”
“This is the kind of music that makes skeletons dance. With its pounding brass, singsong flute melody, and off-kilter syncopation, this piece is whimsical and reminiscent of a carnival. It is quirky, quick, playful, and dangerously creepy.” For more on Kevin MacLeod visit INCOMPETECH.COM.

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