FX period crime drama “Snowfall” is back for Season 2. Heard in the season opener “Sightlines” is the 1982 Soul rarity “Hungry For Your Love” by Phillip Anthony. The song was produced by NYC Soul impresario William Shephard for his label WSJ Sound Records. Catch “Snowfall” on July 19th, and look for “Hungry For Your Love” on an upcoming Fervor Records release!
Thrasher Magazine’s Viceland skater hit “King of the Road” has turned to Fervor Records for the authentic sound of the 1970s. Episode 302: “Death by Pizza” features South Florida sensation Slyder with their 1978 single “Bad Times.” Also heard in the episode is British Pop outfit The Steam Machine with their 1971 ode to the capital of California “I’m Going Home To Sacramento.” Catch “King of The Road” July 17th, and enjoy Slyder on their Fervor Records retrospective “The Best Of Slyder” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
TNT hit “CLAWS” will feature a classic cut from crooner Connie Conway on July 15th. Heard in Episode 206: “Double Dutch” is Conway’s 1956 recording “Brighter Side.” Don’t miss your five favorite Florida manicurists on “CLAWS!” Experience “Brighter Side” on Connie Conway’s Fervor Records release “Hidden Treasures” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
The 14th annual New York Television Festival (NYTVF) runs July 14 – 19, 2018. Premiering at this year’s event is “Alive In Denver” starring iCarly alum Nathan Kress and Disney starlet Danielle Campbell. Heard in Episode 108: “An Equal And Opposite Reaction” is the song “I Know What You’re After,” a 1981 classic from Austin, TX Power Pop outfit Zeus. Be on the lookout for “Alive In Denver” and enjoy Zeus on the Fervor Records release “Zeus Antholgy Vol. 2” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Thrasher Magazine’s “King Of The Road” is back for Season 3. Episode 301: “Get The Goddamn Pig’s Feet” airs July 10th on Viceland. Featured in the show is NYC Rock band Just Water’s 1976 anthem “Mean And Rotten.” Click here to experience Just Water on the soundtrack for Episode 301 on Spotify!
Vera Farmiga, Christopher Plummer, and Christopher Lloyd star in the road trip comedy-drama “Boundaries.” Heard in the film is the 1966 Mascot Records single “I’m Glad I Knew You” by P-nut Butter. Catch “Boundaries” at a theater near you, and enjoy P-nut Butter on the Fervor Records release “Mascot Records Retrospective Volume 1,” immediately available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify & beyond!