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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 1.2: “Will You Be There Tonight?”

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Juicy Demise consists of Ellen Reid and Sara Curtin, two musicians who created the Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden theme song! Sara is a member of the band The Sweater Set. Their album “Surprise Visit” is on sale now, for more information go to WWW.THESWEATERSET.COM. To hear more of Ellen’s music check out her soundtrack for the “LOVE, STARGIRL” TRAILER on YouTube.

2. Brent Katz – “Polo”
Brent Katz composed this song especially for the film “Marco Polo” (made by the creator of Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden), but the song is so good that it had to be used in OJBG too. It really gives an aura of mystery and magic to Episode 1. Brent is the drummer of NYC band “The Harlem Shakes” (www.harlemshakes.com). Also, keep an eye out for Brent’s very first solo album. It is called “Kangaroo Court” and will be coming out soon!

3. Patio Furniture – “Hot Lixx”

The Strapping Fieldhands – “Boo Hoo Hoo”
A jewel in the crown of 90’s independent music, the fuzz-rock feel is like an amazing long-loved & well-worn cardigan sweater. You just want to wrap yourself up in this song! Check out more at their website: www.strappingfieldhands.com
Editor’s Note: This song was once used for this episode but was later replaced by a song specifically composed for the series, “Train to DC” by Brent Katz.

4. Brent Katz – “Train to DC”