Tag: TV Placements


APB (TV) // "Toxins (Suede James Remix)" (Mating Ritual)
APB (TV) //
"Toxins (Suede James Remix)" by Mating Ritual was featured in episode #104 of Fox's freshman series, APB.  The song opens the episode, playing as officers Murphy and Brandt discover a stock of new armor-piercing bullets.  The episode aired February 27, 2017.
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Detroiters (TV) // "It’s Good to See Your Face Again" (Bobby Boyd Congress) // "Soul" (Jimmy 'Soul' Clark)
Detroiters (TV) //
SONGS had two placements in episode #109 of Comedy Central's Detroiters.  "Soul" by Jimmy 'Soul' Clark plays as Tim and Sam see news about a mental hospital at a bar while "It's Good to See Your Face Again" by Bobby Boyd Congress plays as Tim and Sam return to their office after the Husky Boys meeting. The episode aired April 4, 2017.
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Grey's Anatomy (TV) // "Lost (Acoustic)" (The Wind and The Wave) // "Flow With It (You Got Me Feeling Like)" (St. Paul & The Broken Bones) // "Rest in Peace" (Aron Wright)
Grey's Anatomy (TV) //
SONGS had three placements in episode #1319 of ABC's hit medical drama, Grey's Anatomy.

"Lost (Acoustic)" by The Wind and The Wave plays as Meredith and Amelia go with Maggie to her mother's grave.

"Flow With It (You Got Me Feeling Like)" by St. Paul & The Broken Bones plays as Meredith, Owen, Amelia, and Jackson talk about whether Maggie, who is coping with her mother's death, is ready to operate. 

"Rest in Peace" by Aron Wright plays as Jackson shows Maggie her mother's medical records and all of the photos of her mother's travels taken after the cancer diagnosis.

The episode aired on April 6, 2017.
Permalink | Tags: St. Paul & The Broken Bones // Aron Wright // The Wind and The Wave // TV Placements // ABC // Patricia Drew // Grey's Anatomy
Empire (TV) // "I Feel It Coming (feat. Daft Punk)" (The Weeknd)
Empire (TV) //
"I Feel It Coming (feat. Daft Punk)" by The Weeknd was featured in episode #313 of Fox's Empire.  The song is playing in the club Leviticus during the tense Primary Election night gathering. The DuBois For Mayor crowd mills about, watching the election returns on NY1. Andre walks up to visit with Cookie. Cookie wants Andre to be careful with his new business ventures. Andre leaves to check on Nessa and Angelo joins Cookie. Suddenly, Lucious enters the party. The episode aired on April 12, 2017.
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Hand of God (TV) // "Don't Question My Love" (Aron Wright)
Hand of God (TV) //
"Don't Question My Love" by Aron Wright was featured in episode #207 of Amazon's series Hand of God.  The song closes out the episode, playing as Pernell shows up at Tessie's house, gets down on his knees, and hugs her around the stomach. The episode, along with the rest of season two, was released on March 10, 2017.
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Big Little Lies (TV) // "Grass Is Greener" (St. Paul & The Broken Bones)
Big Little Lies (TV) //
"Grass Is Greener" by St. Paul & The Broken Bones was featured in episode #106 of HBO's new hit drama, Big Little Lies.  Madeline's daughter Chloe, an avid lover of music, watches and dances along with the song's music video until Madeline tells her to go to bed.  The episode aired on March 26, 2017.
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13 Reasons Why (TV) // "Reunion" (M83) // "24" (Sleigh Bells)
13 Reasons Why (TV) //
SONGS had two placements in Netflix's 13 Reasons Why.

"Reunion" by M83 (SONGS writer Morgan Kibby) was featured in episode #102, playing as Hannah, Jessica, and Alex, all new kids at their school, decide to meet up every day after school to discuss the day's happenings over hot chocolate.

Sleigh Bells' "24" can be heard in episode #110,.  The song opens the episode, playing as Clay rides his bike, revisiting the site of Jeff's fatal car crash.

The full series was released on Netflix on March 31, 2017.
Permalink | Tags: Sleigh Bells // Morgan Kibby // 13 Reasons Why // Netflix // M83 // TV Placements
Quantico (TV) // "Love and Great Buildings" & "Don't Speak For Me (True)" (Andrew McMahon In the Wilderness)
Quantico (TV) //
Episode #216 of ABC's Quantico featured two songs by Andrew McMahon In the Wilderness.  

"Love and Great Buildings" plays over a montage. Alex and Shelby talk about Shelby connecting with Samar. Clay gets into bed with Maxine and apologizes for lying to her. Owen is nervous as he waits to meet Lydia. Shelby skypes with Samar. Ryan and Sasha continue their dinner date. As Sasha gets off duty, Ryan contemplates hacking her computer. Nimah packs her overnight bag. Alex gets a call from Harry and he tells her goodbye. The montage concludes as the camera pulls away from Harry on the phone, revealing that Sebastian is holding him at gunpoint.

"Don't Speak For Me (True)" plays as Clay wakes up with his fiance and then summons his team to the bunker, Ryan gets ready for the gym, and Owen receives a letter informing him that Lydia is allowed visitors in prison.

The episode aired on April 3, 2017.


Permalink | Tags: Andrew McMahon In the Wilderness // Quantico // ABC // TV Placements
Grey's Anatomy (TV) // "That's What I Like" (Pigeon John)
Grey's Anatomy (TV) //
"That's What I Like" by Pigeon John was featured in episode #1320 of ABC's hit medical drama, Grey's Anatomy.  The song plays as Nathan tries to talk to Meredith, but instead ends up explaining their complicated history to Ingrid.  The episode aired on April 13, 2017.
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Imposters (TV) // "Were You Surprised (OMG!)" (Royal Cinema)
Imposters (TV) //
"Were You Surprised (OMG!)" by Royal Cinema (SONGS writer Sydney Wayser) was featured in episode #109 of Bravo's freshman series Imposters.  The song plays as Maddie walks in on Richard fooling around with Kara.  The episode aired on April 4, 2017.
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Lethal Weapon (TV) // "Walking Lightly" (Junip)
Lethal Weapon (TV) //
"Walking Lightly" by Junip was featured in episode #115 of Fox's new series, Lethal Weapon.  The song plays as Palmer informs Murtaugh that she's leaving to return to D.C. while Riggs is hiding out in the morgue to avoid her.  The episode aired on February 15, 2017.
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Dancing With The Stars (TV) // "Unsteady (Erich Lee Gravity Remix)" (X Ambassadors) // "A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)" (Fergie Feat. Q-Tip)
Dancing With The Stars (TV) //
SONGS had two placements in episode #2403 of ABC's hit reality series, Dancing With The Stars.  "Unsteady (Erich Lee Gravity Remix)" by X Ambassadors played during Derek and Julianne's performance while Bonner and Sharna danced the Charleston to "A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)" by Fergie Feat. Q-Tip.  The episode aired on April 3, 2017.  Check out the performances below!
Permalink | Tags: X Ambassadors // Q-Tip // Sam Harris // TV Placements // ABC // Dancing with the Stars
Bull (TV) // "Renegades" (X Ambassadors)
Bull (TV) //
"Renegades" by X Ambassadors was featured in episode #117 of CBS's freshman show, Bull.  The episode aired March 28, 2017.  
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Bones (TV) // "The After You" (Miakoda)
Bones (TV) //
"The After You" by Miakoda, co-written by Valentina Mitzkat and Matthew Puckett, was featured in episode #1207 of Fox's Bones.  The song plays as doctors and nurses try to save Dr. Brennan's father as she watches, but he dies.  Booth then comforts her in the hospital hallway.  The episode aired on February 14, 2017.
Permalink | Tags: Miakoda // Matthew Puckett // Valentina Mitzkat // Bones // TV Placements // Fox
Catfish: The TV Show (TV) // "Cruel World" (Phantogram)
Catfish: The TV Show (TV) //
Phantogram's "Cruel World" was featured in episode #605 of MTV's reality series, Catfish: The TV Show.  The episode aired on March 29, 2017.
Permalink | Tags: Phantogram // Catfish: The TV Show // TV Placements // MTV