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February 1st, 2012
Love the music on The L.A. Complex? Find out how the amazing Music Supervisors behind the show pick the songs for each episode! MuchMusic brings you the exclusive behind-the-scenes scoop on how each song is chosen AND you can listen to songs from every episode of The L.A. Complex here!
The Hours by Exitmusic (Connor’s bad dream)
A haunting, heartbreaking scene needs a touch of music or silence. This piece acts as score, of course, and supports the scene beautifully. This scene breaks us every time. The music is tastefully edited and mixed and lets the scene play naturally.
Tell Me What To Swallow by Crystal Castles (Background at the Lux)
An idea from director/co-producer Stefan Brogren, this band creates superb soundscape and this specific song has score quality written all over it. It’s a beautiful underscore to the two scenes it plays through, highlighting the conflict felt by Alicia, King and Tariq about the choices they’ve made that will impact their future. We thank the band for being open to using this song. It adds a palpable depth to the drama that unfolds.
Alone In The Big City by Buddy Stuart (Alicia waiting for her audition)
We wanted a contrast of life here. An old style/feel song in a modern atmosphere. Buddy Stuart is a country veteran and his sound worked so nicely through the Vivid lobby speakers. Lyrically, a home run!
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