For Euphoria Music Supervisor Jen Malone, Only “F---ing Bangers“ Will Do

2/1/2022 12:10:00 AM

Whether for Yellowjackets or Euphoria, music supervisor Jen Malone knows the power of a well-placed banger.

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Whether for Yellowjackets or Euphoria , music supervisor Jen Malone knows the power of a well-placed banger.

From Yellowjackets to Euphoria and Atlanta, meet the music supervisor crafting the sound of our favorite television shows.

I think one of the biggest gets was 2Pac. The 2Pac estate—who are just lovely, warm people that care so much about how 2Pac's music is used—they kind of looked at it like, ”Is this something that he would want?” In talking to the estate, they’re like, ”He would be a fan of

The hardest is actually a song that’s going to be in episode five. And the reason why it was so hard is because it was released on this small, tiny label that was only in existence from ’67 to ’69. I had to find the heirs of the guy that owned it. I definitely have a third career in private investigation. I have a certain set of skills that you need, because the last thing I ever want to do is be like, ”I’m sorry, Sam, I couldn’t clear it.”

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Which song was your biggest get for Euphoria, and which one was the hardest to clear? I think one of the biggest gets was 2Pac.View saved stories .So, whose funeral is it? If Euphoria is known for anything, it's the fantasies and imagined sequences that East Highland residents constantly have.Associated Press, which named her 2021’s “AP Breakthrough Entertainer of the Year,” Sweeney revealed that she had been trying to land big roles while simultaneously processing her parents’ divorce.

The 2Pac estate—who are just lovely, warm people that care so much about how 2Pac's music is used—they kind of looked at it like, ”Is this something that he would want?” In talking to the estate, they’re like, ”He would be a fan of Zendaya ’s for sure.” That was a huge get. No matter that pint-sized bags may not fit pencils, slide rules, or cell phones, they add just the right element of playfulness to your ’fits. The hardest is actually a song that’s going to be in episode five. Other characters on the show like Jules and Elliot have acknowledged that this may be the reason Rue turns to drugs as a coping mechanism. And the reason why it was so hard is because it was released on this small, tiny label that was only in existence from ’67 to ’69. Check out how our global street stylers style their bags below, and keep up with our for more of the season’s best accessory trends. I had to find the heirs of the guy that owned it. Sydney Sweeney attends the 10th Annual LACMA ART+FILM GALA honoring Amy Sherald, Kehinde Wiley, and Steven Spielberg presented by Gucci at Los Angeles County Museum of Art on November 06, 2021 in Los Angeles, California Getty Images for LACMA During the pandemic, Sweeney also launched her own production company, Fifty-Fifty Films.

I definitely have a third career in private investigation. The singer-songwriter behind the soundtrack of the series, Labrinth, is also singing at the service, where Rue goes to give him a hug. I have a certain set of skills that you need, because the last thing I ever want to do is be like, ”I’m sorry, Sam, I couldn’t clear it.” I ended up finding the grandson of the owners’ daughter via her ex husband. It was crazy. Rue is at her lowest point, having relapsed and taking harder drugs than she was before. And there’s a matter of ”Hi, this is probably gonna be the strangest call you’re gonna get: please, are you related to the person that owns the label?” I know some other supervisors have been looking for it, and I found it.  “I was able to bring my grandmother to Paris and sit front row the Balmain fashion show and she’d never traveled that far.

It’s in the show and it’s really fun. When you hear it, it’s obviously a vintage catalog. This content is imported from Third party. That was such a win. When you look at the show, there’s a minimum of 20 songs per episode. It all becomes a blur; I’m just proud of the fact that I got through all of them.” Share this article:.

To me, Labrinth, who composed the show’s score, was the sound of Euphoria in season one . This season, the show has had more catalogue pulls than his compositions. There’s a different texture here. What do you make of this season’s sound? I think the main thing is we just didn’t want to repeat ourselves from last year. Even with the costumes and Donnie’s makeup, it’s a very different feel.

It’s still Euphoria, but that’s exciting to be able to not repeat ourselves, to not do the same thing. There’s a lot of Twitter chatter [about] the catalog-type music that we’re using this season, like 2Pac and B.I.G. and Juvenile.

I think that so much of Euphoria, with our audience, is introducing them to new music right? There’s an element of discovery, which is so exciting to be a part of. It’s exciting to be able to continue some of these artists’ legacy, like 2Pac, to a whole new generation, with the hopes that Gen Z is going to be able to experience this music in the same way the generation before them did. Even for when we used that P.J. Harvey song [“Down by the Water”]—I remember where I was the first time I heard it.

I remember the CD cover. I remember who I was with. It’s almost like we are passing that on to a new generation. It’s an element of ”You guys, listen to this!”—when one of your friends comes over and is like, ”Oh my god I have to play you this new song I found.” Whether it’s the hip hop, whether it’s Depeche Mode or INXS or whether it’s Billy Swan or Isaac Hayes or Laura Les—even when we do a popular artist, a contemporary artist, it's just very special.

And it's one of the best parts of the job, aside from being a part of a show where music is so important. There's been a lot of chatter about how, ”They’d never be listening to this!” And it's like, well, that's too bad. They hopefully will now start playing it because it’s fucking bangers, and there's nothing out there now that can compare. I think we can all agree on that. More Great Stories From .