Independent film The Elephant 6 Recording Company, about the longtime Athens, GA collective, has finally made its theatrical debut after years of mysterious availability via VHS. The film features music from Superior's Andrew Rieger and Elf Power. More information about this film can be found at this Stereogum article.
The HBO Original, four-part documentary series Last Call: When a Serial Killer Stalked Queer New York dives into the deep-rooted biases of the criminal justice system and illuminates how the LGBTQ+ community fought to solve the murders and demand fair treatment of queer crime victims. The acclaimed series features Glass Candy's "Digital Versicolor," co-written by Superior's Ida No.
Epic Games has chosen Taleen Kali's "Only Lovers Left Alive" to be featured in Fortnite's cool new radio feature. Kaleen's rocking tune, from her latest album Flower of Life, can be heard on the game's "Underground" station.
Freeform TV's hit show Cruel Summer is back for a second season, with a cool soundtrack featuring songs released between 1998 and the show's Y2K timeline. Superior has seven songs from this era featured in this season: Four from Elf Power, two from John Wesley Harding, and one from Cinemas.
100 Gecs latest album, 1000 Gecs (Atlantic), starts out with a vrooom: An introduction by the legendary THX Deep Note, represented by Superior. The Deep Note begins the album's first track and total banger "The Dumbest Girl Alive."
Buckle up! The bites from catfish are deeper than ever, but Nev, Katie and their special guest hosts track down deceivers from around the U.S. to bring answers to those in need. And if you'd like some musical bite, Nané's catchy song "Seventeen" is featured in a recent episode.
Acclaimed artist The Weeknd presents a new concert special The Weeknd: Live at SoFi Stadium from his 2022 “After Hours” album tour, debuting on HBO and HBO Max. The Weeknd, real name Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, kicked off his long-awaited operatic tour with a fully cinematic experience for concertgoers captured here. The special features music from Superior writers Ruth Radelet and Nathaniel Miller.
As the pandemic steadily brings the world to a halt, Parker and her best friend Miri decide to quarantine at the family lake house alone—or so they think. Directed by John Hyams (Alone), written by Kevin Williamson (Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer) and Katelyn Crabb, Sick can currently be streamed on Peacock. The thriller features "Pass the Torch," co-written by Superior's Carlos Evans and Mikey D.