School is back in session and thank goodness, all the shows are coming back on. Networks are also debuting new series, unfortunately not all of them will make the cut. Near and dear clients of ours like Grey’s Anatomy, CSI, and The Office returned a couple weeks ago. Nip/Tuck has yet to premiere its final season opener, waiting until October 14th. Over at 5 Alarm and Rescue Records, we love this time of year.
Here are just a few examples of where our music (5 Alarm as well as our Rescue Records artists) has been featured this month on your television.
Tim the tool man Taylor would be impressed. On the home improvement front, HGTV will be using our music in Paint Over and My First Place and the DIY Network chose 5 Alarm for their new pilot Stud Finder
On basic cable you can find us on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
as well as on CSI Crime Scene Investigation
Rescue Records artists have been used in episodes of ABC’s One Life To Live and All My Children as well as on Fox’s Lie To Me. If the cable channels are more your speed, check us out on USA Network’s Psych , A&E’s The Cleaner the new Discovery Channel series How It’s Made,and FX’s Damages
Vampires are still hot these days, and 5 alarm music got yet another song in a recent episode of HBO’s True Blood
October is a great month for 5 Alarm on the big screen as well!
Whip It! starring Drew Barrymore in her directorial debut, hit theaters October 2nd.
Michael Moore’s latest, Capitalism: A Love Story, also features a 5 Alarm track.
Hilary Swank is already getting Oscar buzz for her turn as Amelia Earhart in the biopic Amelia, in theaters October 23rd, which includes SIX 5 Alarm songs.
We went into our studio to record a custom piece for the George Clooney film Men Who Stare at Goats, and licensed three other tracks for the film as well.
Closing out this month of October, Fox Searchlight presents Gentleman Broncos, coming out October 30th.
Congrats to our artists and composers featured on the small and silver screen this month!