Cult New Wave icons The Jetzons are featured in “American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace” on FX. Episode 208: “Creator/Destroyer” features the band’s 1983 synth laden masterpiece “When The Sun Goes Down.” Don’t miss “American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace” March 14th, and experience The Jetzons on the Fervor Records re-issue “The Complete Jetzons” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify
The Archie Comics inspired hit series “Riverdale” will feature George Peck’s 1957 REV Records single “You’re The One.” The song appears in Episode 214: “Chapter Twenty Seven: The Hills Have Eyes,” airing March 7th on The CW. You can also experience George Peck, and more incredible deep cuts from the 50s, on the Fervor Records release “Cult Hits of the 1950s Vol. 2” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify
Netflix original documentary “Flint Town” starts streaming March 2nd. Heard in the film is the 1968 rarity, from Tommy Dorsey Orchestra alum Johnny Amoroso, “There She Is.” Experience Mr. Amoroso’s velvety smooth vocal chops on the Fervor Records release “Cult Crooner Classics” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify
Hulu premieres their original miniseries “The Looming Tower” February 28th. Set in the 1990s, the show traces the rising threat of Al-Qaeda and the dynamics of the FBI and CIA in the lead up to 9/11. Staying musically true to the era “The Looming Tower” reached out to Fervor Records for the authentic sound of the era. Heard in Episode 103: “Mistakes Were Made” is the 1996 recording “Freaky Like That” by Hip Hop outfit Tha Conglomerate. The first three episodes of “The Looming Tower” start streaming February 28th with additional episodes rolling out in consecutive weeks. Be on the lookout for “Freaky Like That” on an upcoming Fervor Records re-issue!
SyFy horror hit “Channel Zero: Butcher Block” will feature more music from the vaults of Fervor Records. Heard in Episode 304: “Alice in Slaughterland” is L.C. Steels’ rare Doo Wop classic “Come Back Betty.” Mr. Steels recorded the song in 1959 for Shreveport, LA label Ram Records who ultimately released the single in 1961. Don’t miss “Channel Zero: Butcher Block” on SyFy February 28th, and experience “Come Back Betty” on Spotify!
Season 3 of the hit drama “Lucifer” has returned to Fervor Records for more great music from the label’s indie roster. Episode 315: “High School Poppycock” will feature “Did U Think” by Juanita Brown, and “Knock On My Door” by Mail Order Brides. So far this season four songs from Fervor have appeared in the series. Be sure to catch episode 315 of “Lucifer” February 26th on FOX, and click the links to enjoy Juanita Brown’s release “Never Give Up,” and Mail Order Brides’ self titled debut on Spotify.