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A web series where naive and rebellious teens
grow up, get down, and come out in the '90s grunge-era

Music from Episode 3.14: “Ding Dong Ditch”

1. Brent Katz – “Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden (Season 3 Theme Song)”
Another one from Brent Katz (an OJBG fav!). Brent Katz was the drummer of NYC band “The Harlem Shakes” (WWW.HARLEMSHAKES.COM) and afterwards formed “Thunder And Lightning”. Check them out here: THUNDERANDLIGHTNING.BANDCAMP.COM!

2. Kevin MacLeod – “Darkest Child”
“The music is excellent for a creepy dream sequence or the exposition of an unknown fantasy world.” For more on Kevin MacLeod visit INCOMPETECH.COM.

3. Kevin MacLeod – “Gone Beyond”
“The child-like music box is the constant in this piece, but the repetition of the melody shifts from innocence to the music of a character detached from life, on the verge of psychoses or paranoia. The choir in the background lends the music a heavenly, albeit sepulchral feel.” For more on Kevin MacLeod visit INCOMPETECH.COM.

4. Kevin MacLeod – “Divertissement – Pizzicato (From the ballet ‘Sylvia’)”
“Delibes. Sylvia is a 3-Act ballet first produced in 1876. I’m pretty certain this particular piece has nothing to do with the plot – or it wouldn’t be called a ‘divertissement’.” For more on Kevin MacLeod visit INCOMPETECH.COM.

5. Kevin MacLeod – “Protofunk”
“Lots of guitar effects built over a clean beat. Dan Ritter on guitar.” For more on Kevin MacLeod visit INCOMPETECH.COM.

6. Pete Surdoval – “Dread Town”
A joyful, but distant piece. Check out Pete Surdoval’s music here: GETROYALTYFREEMUSIC.COM!