TONIGHT!! Rookie Blue premieres on ABC/Global
Training’s Over. Life Begins. TONIGHT!!
Vapor Music is proud to announce that tonight, the brand new television series Rookie Blue premieres on ABC and Global at 9:00 pm. We’re excited to have been involved music supervising the series that follows the lives of five inexperienced rookie cops thrown into the world of big city policing — where even the smallest mistake can have life-or-death consequences.
This series stars Missy Peregrym (Reaper, Heroes) as eager Andy McNally and Gregory Smith (Everwood) as thrill-seeker Dov Epstein. Joining them are Enuka Okuma (24) as Traci Nash, a tough-talking party girl and mother to a six-year-old son; Travis Milne (My Green House) as Chris Diaz, the straight-and-narrow poster boy for the force, and Charlotte Sullivan (M.V.P.) as Gail Peck, the ambitious one who will trample over anyone who gets in her way. This group of rookies trained together at the police academy. Now they’re on the job together, learning first-hand the hardest kind of policing there is.
The selection of music in the series is just as thrilling, featuring a highly diverse group of artists. Throughout the series, we’ll introduce you to some of the talented musicians whose tunes form the Rookie Blue soundtrack.
Tonight’s premiere episode features such artists as Kardinal Offishall, Quinzy, and Miss TK & The Revenge, who is our first featured Rookie Blue Artist. Check out “No Biterz” in tonight’s episode!
“Miss TK & the Revenge mix punk, dance-pop, and new wave into their own danceable, playful sound”
– All Music Guide
Similar to: Le Tigre, Ladytron, The Sounds
“Steeped in the vibe of the group’s Asbury Park beachfront digs, The Ocean Likes to Party Too is a bonfire beachparty jam from the raunchy opening grooves of “Beachmaster” to the breezy convertible bounce of “Saturday” through the tweaked out electronics of “Shimmy Sha.” Beneath a sheen that hits on Blondie, M.I.A. and !!! they slow burn through endless grooves under the watchful eye of producer Alap Momin of Dälek (Momin also co-wrote two of the album’s tracks).”