Explore the music of ReGenesis

ReGenesis : ReMixed explores the music of ReGenesis. Hosted by music supervisor Andrea Higgins, ReGenesis : ReMixed focuses on the artists, the songs and the underscore heard on the show, and features exclusive interviews with some of the people involved in putting ReGenesis together.

Welcome to Season 2 of ReGenesis : ReMixed

ReGenesis is the critically acclaimed one-hour dramatic series produced by Shaftesbury Films that follows a brilliant team of scientists at the North American Biotechnology Advisory Commission (NorBAC) as they investigate global use and abuse of advanced biotechnology.

David Sandstrom (Peter Outerbridge), one of the world's foremost molecular biologists, and executive director Caroline Morrison (Maxim Roy), lead the NorBAC team as they research dangerous and threatening cases involving deadly new strains of HIV, mutant bacterium, bio-terrorism and atmospheric pollution that, if left unsolved, could wreak havoc throughout the world. As they struggle to get it right, Sandstrom and his team are often faced with frustrating setbacks, both scientific and political, that even the NorBAC organization may not be able to control.

Episode 13 : The End

In this last episode of ReGenesis : ReMixed for Season 2, we feature an exclusive interview with composer Rob Carli, whose heartfelt music has underscored a number of key emotional moments throughout the series.

Stay tuned for season 3!

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Episode 12 : Lethargica

Andrea Higgins and Ron Proulx continue their conversation from episode 3, and talk about some of the indie music discoveries that made their way into ReGenesis. And as always, lots more music from score composer Tom Third.

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Episode 11 : The Promise

Electro 4 comes to us via Montreal’s Third Side Music, and their track “Afie’s Song” plays under a big dinner scene at David’s loft. The song has a few different chapters to it that work especially well in the part of the scene where David’s father mistakes Mayko for David’s wife.

And as always, lots of great music from score composer Tom Third.

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Episode 10 : The Wild And Innocent

Lots of great songs today; we kick it off with the dark and trippy sounds of The Straggler, aka Kevin Lynn of King Cobb Steelie fame. “Rubylith” plays under an intense, dramatic scene of Ramona overdosing on crystal meth, and really brings out the panic on screen.

Next is “Gamma Hydra IV” by Microbunny, headed up by Al Okada, another King Cobb Steelie alum. This dark, ominous track features Tamara Williamson on vocals, and plays under a montage of David studying addiction statistics.

We had fun branching out a little bit with the musical selection for the next track, “Dream” by Controller 7, and the song works really well against the close-ups of Owen’s pipe.

“Motel” by Brian Borcherdt closes out this episode of ReGenesis : ReMixed. Brian is a multi-talented musician whose work runs the gamut from experimental electronic projects to rock bands to acoustic songwriting. The track works beautifully under David leaving Owen in the courthouse, having a drink, reflecting in his loft and receiving an unsettling phone call from his dad.

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Episode 9 : Gene In A Bottle

Singer-songwriter Royal Wood is back in season 2 of ReGenesis, this time with “Once” from his upcoming second release. The song is a bit more fun and quirky than what we’re used to hearing over lab montages, but it supports the scene really well and lightens the mood.

Also on this episode is another serving of groove-laden decadence from duo Soma Sonic called “Everything”. The song is a bit of a departure from the rest of their material, but still sounds cool in the background of a dinner party at David’s loft.

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