Jules and Monty

A Web-Retelling of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
A TUTV Production   

From the very beginning of this project we knew we'd want to incorporate some kick ass music into our episodes and we hoped we could use the music of our extremely talented friends, most of whom are still in university, to enhance the series. On this page you will find every single piece of music we use in our webseries. Interested in listening over and over again to that cool song you heard at the beginning of last weeks episode? Or hearing something else that artist has done? You'll find all the information you need RIGHT HERE to continue your obsession with our very cool collaborators! 

Episode One: I Could Get Away With Murder by Saint James and the Whisky Fires 

I Could Get Away With Murder
Saint James
-4:39

In the fall of 2012 Saint James moved from Maryland to New York City to pursue both a degree from the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at New York University as well his own musical aspirations. With the help of The Whiskey Fires, the ever-evolving live band that he plays with, Saint James has honed his craft as a singer/songwriter, performing acoustic sets around the city and spreading his own unique blend of folk, americana, indie rock, and pop.


Need to hear more? We Understand! Check out the links below:

https://www.facebook.com/saintjamesmusic

http://soundcloud.com/saintjamesmusic


Episode Two: Happiness by Grace Oberhofer

Happiness
Grace Oberhofer (Grace Oberhofer's Album)
-2:02

Grace Oberhofer is a 20-year-old singer/songwriter originally from Tacoma, WA, but she currently spends her time studying Music and Italian at Tufts University. She takes from almost any performance influence she can, working in the styles of opera, classical composition, straight theater, musical theater, dance, miming, and tends to come up with her "pop" tunes very early in the a.m. Check out her FREE EP, "Happiness," for download on her soundcloud and be sure to go like her on Facebook!


Wanna hear more? Yep. Check out the links below:

https://soundcloud.com/grace-oberhofer

https://www.facebook.com/graceoberhofermusic


Episode Three: Buried Alive by Jesse Turits 

Buried Alive
Jesse Turits (Rumble Strips)
-2:24

Jesse Turits is a singer/songwriter based out of New York City and Montclair, New Jersey. He plays guitar and ukulele, amongst many other things, and draws influence from The Tallest Man on Earth, First Aid Kit, Bob Dylan, Taj Mahal, Phil Ochs, and Mississippi John Hurt; he draws his inspiration from the nature around him, the sounds of the city, pretty girls, his Irish and Southern Roots, as well as his sweet car Cecilia.


More, more, more? Check out the links below:

http://jesseturits.bandcamp.com

https://www.facebook.com/jesseturitsmusic

https://twitter.com/jesseturits


Episode Four: Getaway & Miss Mary Mack by The Rare Occasions 

Getaway
The Rare Occasions (Applefork)
-3:12

The Rare Occasions prove their passion for Boston's college music scene through their unapologetically bold sense and style of music. A 4 piece alternative rock band, they've opened for Guster, Lupe Fiasco, won the Tufts Battle of the bands and the Berklee Songwriter Competition meeting with legendary singer/songwriter John Oats, and have self-produced every last sticky melody put to tape. Their intertwining eclectic musical tastes have developed a singular energetic, infectious voice and sound that connects with listeners and musicians alike.


Find more from the Rare Occasions at: 

Episode Five: Battin Lashes by The Rare Occasions 

Battin' Lashes
The Rare Occasions (Applefork)
-4:19

The Rare Occasions prove their passion for Boston's college music scene through their unapologetically bold sense and style of music. A 4 piece alternative rock band, they've opened for Guster, Lupe Fiasco, won the Tufts Battle of the bands and the Berklee Songwriter Competition meeting with legendary singer/songwriter John Oats, and have self-produced every last sticky melody put to tape. Their intertwining eclectic musical tastes have developed a singular energetic, infectious voice and sound that connects with listeners and musicians alike.


Find more from the Rare Occasions at: 

Episode Six: Red Shoes by Katie Gavin

Red Shoes
Katie Gavin
-3:26

Episode Seven: Me and All My Friends by Saint James and the Whisky Fires

Me And All My Friends
Saint James
-3:34

In the fall of 2012 Saint James moved from Maryland to New York City to pursue both a degree from the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at New York University as well his own musical aspirations. With the help of The Whiskey Fires, the ever-evolving live band that he plays with, Saint James has honed his craft as a singer/songwriter, performing acoustic sets around the city and spreading his own unique blend of folk, americana, indie rock, and pop.


Need to hear more? We Understand! Check out the links below:

https://www.facebook.com/saintjamesmusic

http://soundcloud.com/saintjamesmusic


Episode Eight: Serotonin by The Sifters 

Serotonin
The Sifters (Halfling EP)
-4:17

Jake Chapman (guitar) and Finnegan Shanahan (violin) have been performing together since high school. In the early spring of 2012, they formed the Sifters with singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Joshua Yun (currently of the band Looms). Over the following year, the Sifters developed their unique style through their increasingly outrageous live performances throughout the Hudson Valley and in New York City. Owing to constant lineup shifts, the Sifters came to comprise a large and ever-changing cast of musical characters from all over the country, with Finn and Jake at its core.


Need more of The Sifters? Check out these links: 

https://www.facebook.com/thesifters

http://thesifters.bandcamp.com


Episode Nine: Days of Roses by Martha Marlow

Days of Roses
Martha Marlow (These Days (EP) - EP)
-3:52

Sydney Singer/Songwriter Martha Marlow grew up in a musical household and was performing at many of Sydney's leading venues and festivals before finishing her HSC. Still only in her 19th year, Martha is making her mark on the scene having recently supported Matt Corby, Bluejuice, Jinja Safari and US folk-pop duo The Pierces. Martha’s pure voice and unique open tunings are trademarks of her sound and her carefully crafted songwriting shows an undeniable wisdom beyond her years. With songs that simultaneously portray both innocence and experience, Martha Marlow is a refreshing and unique artist who is quickly establishing her place in the scene. Make sure to check out her brilliant new EP "These Days," on iTunes now. 


Obsessed with Martha? Yeah, us too. Find more at:

http://marthamarlow.com

https://www.facebook.com/marthamarlowmusic


Episode Ten: And So the Sun Must Rise Again by The Rare Occasions 

And So The Sun Must Rise Again
The Rare Occasions (Demo Recordings)
-4:38

The Rare Occasions prove their passion for Boston's college music scene through their unapologetically bold sense and style of music. A 4 piece alternative rock band, they've opened for Guster, Lupe Fiasco, won the Tufts Battle of the bands and the Berklee Songwriter Competition meeting with legendary singer/songwriter John Oats, and have self-produced every last sticky melody put to tape. Their intertwining eclectic musical tastes have developed a singular energetic, infectious voice and sound that connects with listeners and musicians alike.


Find more from the Rare Occasions at: 

Episode Eleven: Fallen by Katie Gavin

Fallen
Katie Gavin
-4:15

Katie Gavin is a singer songwriter from Winnetka, IL. 


To hear her current project visit www.whereismuna.tumblr.com or www.facebook.com/whereismuna


Other places to listen to Katie: 

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Katie-Gavin/127821090595007

https://soundcloud.com/katiegavs

http://www.youtube.com/user/katiegavs?feature=watch


Episode Twelve: Beach Week by Ben Lapidus

Beach Week
Ben Lapidus
-4:30

Ben Lapidus is a multifaceted music-maker based in New York City, hailing from Doylestown, PA. He is an artist, performer, songwriter, composer, producer and engineer; and truly the self-contained, vertically integrated music-maker of the 21st century. In the spring of 2012, he released his debut solo E.P. “Stages” under the artist name Goodnight Moon, which he wrote, performed, tracked, mixed and brought to recorded fruition himself. As a composer, Ben has worked with several independent filmmakers to provide them original, professionally produced underscores. As an engineer, Ben is a self-taught guru and has further honed his skills under the masters at Stadium Red Recording Studio. Ben recently began Weekly Releases – releasing a new song every Sunday night, written and recorded in one week. Ben currently attends The Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU Tisch. Ben is the quintessence of the modern music-maker, and is sure to be a force to be reckoned with in the ever-changing music industry.


Need more Ben? Check out these links:

https://soundcloud.com/benlapidus

https://www.facebook.com/benlapidusmusic

http://www.benlapidusmusic.com


Episode Thirteen: Geronimo by Jesse Turits 

Geronimo
Jesse Turits (Rumble Strips)
-3:12

Jesse Turits is a singer/songwriter based out of New York City and Montclair, New Jersey. He plays guitar and ukulele, amongst many other things, and draws influence from The Tallest Man on Earth, First Aid Kit, Bob Dylan, Taj Mahal, Phil Ochs, and Mississippi John Hurt; he draws his inspiration from the nature around him, the sounds of the city, pretty girls, his Irish and Southern Roots, as well as his sweet car Cecilia.


More, more, more? Check out the links below:

http://jesseturits.bandcamp.com

https://www.facebook.com/jesseturitsmusic

https://twitter.com/jesseturits


Episode Fourteen: Passing Through by Grace Oberhofer 

Passing Through
Grace Oberhofer (Grace Oberhofer's Album)
-3:35

Grace Oberhofer is a 20-year-old singer/songwriter originally from Tacoma, WA, but she currently spends her time studying Music and Italian at Tufts University. She takes from almost any performance influence she can, working in the styles of opera, classical composition, straight theater, musical theater, dance, miming, and tends to come up with her "pop" tunes very early in the a.m. Check out her FREE EP, "Happiness," for download on her soundcloud and be sure to go like her on Facebook!


Wanna hear more? Yep. Check out the links below:

https://soundcloud.com/grace-oberhofer

https://www.facebook.com/graceoberhofermusic

Episode Fifteen: Rip Tide by Modern Diet

Rip Tide
Modern Diet (Commuter EP)
-4:51

Originally begun as a solo project, Modern Diet was the moniker under which Jake Cheriff wrote, recorded and released a three song EP in the summer of 2012. After connecting with fellow music majors Dan Hemerlein (bass), Noah Hyams (drums) and Lee Meadvin (guitar) shortly after arriving at New York University in the fall of 2012, Modern Diet evolved into an electric four-piece outfit. Drawing on four very different pools of influence, Modern Diet’s sound is an unconventional yet successful marriage of jazz, indie rock, and ambient music. The sound is mature yet energetic.

Modern Diet released their debut EP as a group, "Commuter," in the Spring of 2013, available on iTunes and Spotify. Plans for 2014 include more shows, a music video, and a follow-up EP.


Speaking of that EP, check it "Chemicals" out here: http://moderndiet.bandcamp.com/album/chemicals-ep


Find out more about Modern Diet by following these links: 

http://www.facebook.com/ModernDiet

http://moderndiet.bandcamp.com

http://open.spotify.com/artist/4XVYr4EPF2VZwhX1Apd0o1

http://youtube.com/mdrndietmusic

Episode Sixteen: Heartbeat (Breakaway) by Grace Oberhofer

Heartbeat (Breakaway)
Grace Oberhofer (Grace Oberhofer's Album)
-2:44

Grace Oberhofer is a 20-year-old singer/songwriter originally from Tacoma, WA, but she currently spends her time studying Music and Italian at Tufts University. She takes from almost any performance influence she can, working in the styles of opera, classical composition, straight theater, musical theater, dance, miming, and tends to come up with her "pop" tunes very early in the a.m. Check out her FREE EP, "Happiness," for download on her soundcloud and be sure to go like her on Facebook!


Wanna hear more? Yep. Check out the links below:

https://soundcloud.com/grace-oberhofer

https://www.facebook.com/graceoberhofermusic

Episode Seventeen: Keeping Me Young by Evan Shane Stanley 

Keeping Me Young (Rough)
Evan Stanley (Demo)
-3:25

Bio Coming Soon


Episode Eighteen: What If (A Love Song) by Saint James and the Whisky Fires 

What If
Saint James
-5:22

In the fall of 2012 Saint James moved from Maryland to New York City to pursue both a degree from the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at New York University as well his own musical aspirations. With the help of The Whiskey Fires, the ever-evolving live band that he plays with, Saint James has honed his craft as a singer/songwriter, performing acoustic sets around the city and spreading his own unique blend of folk, americana, indie rock, and pop.


Need to hear more? We Understand! Check out the links below:

https://www.facebook.com/saintjamesmusic

http://soundcloud.com/saintjamesmusic