Netflix, the leader in binge watching, debuts their original animated adult comedy Bojack Horseman this Friday, August 22nd. Scattered amongst the 12 episodes are several tunes from Fervor Records. Len Boone’s 1982 jam, Do Watcha Feel (episode 106) the Rockabilly revival gem, First You Will (episode 107) from Thaddeus Rose & the Thorns, 1984′s No More Cool (episode 109) from Derrick Procell and the 1978 Funk classic, Izya Funkin’ (episode 112) from Bright Moments. Catch the hilarious antics of Bojack Horseman and click song titles to listen on iTunes.Read More
This week’s box office smash, Get On Up explores the intriguing life of Soul icon James Brown. The film also features a tune from a lesser known 1960s Soul giant, Small Paul. In 1967, fourteen year old Small Paul was promoted as, “The 300 Pound James Brown.” The two finally come together in the biographical drama that features Paul’s Do The Everything. Pre-order the tune now on iTunes.
Fervor Records’ Electro-Pop sensations Super Stereo have racked up another TV placement. This time the band lands in the Canadian science fiction drama, The Listener. Super Stereo’s infectious hook laden jam, Live To Learn, is featured in episode 510 of the CTV Network hit which airs Monday July 28th. Live To Learn is contained on Super Stereo’s Fervor Records release, This Is Future Pop. Listen here: iTunes, SpotifyRead More
Super Stereo’s second Fervor Records release, Sound It Out, will hit your favorite e-tailer on August 26th. However you can get a sneak peak of the new effort on the USA Network’s new series RUSH. The band’s track, Remind Me, will appear in episode 101, airing July 24th. Pre-order your copy of Sound It Out on iTunes now!Read More
WEtv legal drama The Divide has snagged a 1979 classic from Fervor Records and The Romeos. The song Run Your Life Away will be featured in episode 102 of the new series which airs July 23rd. Listen to The Romeos on iTunes and/or Spotify.Read More
1970′s Horn Band Christopher Blue strikes again! This time the Pop outfit lands on season 2 of the FX drama, The Bridge. The band’s 1972 ballad Don’t Worry Tracy, originally released on the Blueram label, is featured in episode 203, airing July 23rd. Get acquainted with Christopher Blue on the Fervor Records release, Cult Hits of the 1970s Vol. 1 available on iTunes, Spotify and beyond.Read More