The 7th Annual Guild of Music Supervisors Awards is tomorrow night at The Theater at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles. Fervor Records provided the opportunity for two hardworking students from Professor Garrett McElver’s Los Angeles College of Music Music Supervision class to win tickets to the star studded industry event. Fervor Records is pleased to announce this year’s winners… Amber Dundee and Analisa Corral! Congrats ladies and enjoy the show!Read More
Fervor Records is pleased to support the Guild Of Music Supervisors by sending two lucky students from the Los Angeles College of Music to the 7th Annual Guild Of Music Supervisors Awards! Students from Professor Garret McElver’s Music Supervision class will have the opportunity to attend this incredible event. Stay tuned for more details!
Fervor Records is proud to continue our tradition of supporting independent filmmaking with numerous placements in some of this year’s most exciting Sundance premieres. “The Big Sick,” directed by “The State” alum Michael Showalter, features an eclectic group of songs – ranging from Jimmie Gray’s 1961 classic “My World,” to the wholly 80s “Park Avenue” by Danny Infantino. Also featured are “Leave Tomorrow” by Chuck Kirkpatrick and “For You” by Lonnegan’s Band. Another film we are honored to be a part of at this year’s Sundance is Patti Cake$ – a very different and very exciting project – which features Bob Kelly’s classic “Ghost Rock.” Lastly, and on the other end of the spectrum – the Sci-Fi thriller “The Discovery,” starring Robert Redford and Rooney Mara, highlights the Fervor classics “A Fancy Place To Cry” by Patsy Maples, and “Let’s All Get Together” by Martie Echito.
As an independent label, being a part of this creative community is something we do not take lightly. Having our music featured at prestigious and cutting-edge festivals such as Sundance reminds us what this is all about – connecting great audiences with great music, and using great films as a vessel to do so.Read More
There isn’t anything quite like Amazon Studios’ country club, tennis themed “Red Oaks.” Critics everywhere have praised the show’s authenticity, and Fervor Records is proud to once again be a go-to label for the vintage music on this totally 80s project. Perhaps indieWIRE said it best when describing Season 1, “throwing in ’80s hallmarks like outrageous side characters, apt musical numbers, sex, drugs and even a body-swap episode,” Premiering 11/11 on Amazon, “Red Oaks” will continue to take us back to a familiar place and time, introducing viewers to plenty of authentic period music throughout the season. Check out the Spotify playlist to get a sneak peak at a few of Fervor Records’ contributions to the “Red Oaks” Season 2 soundscape. Just hit play to transport back to a time when cell phones and electric cars were still science fiction and music was made the old fashioned way.