Mother Mother‘s “Arms Tonight” is featured in indie film Pop Switch, chronicling a baby-crazed wife, Estelle, who after years of failing to get pregnant, forces the issue by secretly putting the couple back on the adoption wait list. When Estelle receives a phone call about the possibility of an available child, her
Terry Lynn‘s “System” is featured in the Standard Films Aesthetica Snowboarding DVD, highlighting the best progressive freestyle riding on a visual journey from the backcountry to the steepest and deepest powder conditions of 2008. Featuring Mark Landvik and Eric Jackson, along with underground Canadian locals, this film utilizes all of
Let’s Go To War‘s “Burn Down The Disco” featured in The Best Years, a television teen drama that chronicles the college life of Samantha Best and her friends in Boston, MA.
Tiga‘s “(Far From) Home” is featured in the ad campaign for Target debuting an exclusive collection of bedding, decorative accessories, furniture and stationery by Mexican designer Sami Hayek. Designed with the student in mind, the contemporary collection features products from comforters and sheets to photo frames and notebooks in bold