We’re thrilled to have not one, not two, but THREE placements in the new hit series from Freeform “Everything’s Trash”! Read all about these placements and the show below:

K. Roosevelt

Los Angeles-based K. Roosevelt is a true musical polymath, evolving from an instrumentalist into a multifaceted artist, writer and producer. His music can immerse you in a dream-like state of self-reflection with a single tune and his ability to to capture California’s sunny skies and melancholy all at once has touched audiences from all over the world. Two of his songs from his brand new album “Solstice” were used in this new hit series. His song “Day Glow” was featured in episode 105 and “The Voodoo” appears in episode 109, premiering August 31st.


DiRTY RADiO is a Dance/R&B duo from Vancouver, known for crafting a synthesis of progressive Pop, R&B, and EDM. The band has released three full-length studio albums, one EP, and a slew of singles and remixes, reaching tens of millions of streams across DSP’s. The band comes to Bodega Sync via our partnership with the independent label 604 Records. Their song “Get In Deeper” appeared in episode 102 premiered on July 13th. This is their second placement with Bodega Sync following one in the second season of the HBO Max’s reality series “FBoy Island”.

About “Everything’s Trash” on Freeform

The series tracks Phoebe Robinson, a 30-something podcast star making her professional mark while living a broke and delightfully messy life in Brooklyn, trying to figure out adulthood with the help of her friends and family. She’s forced to grow up when her older brother Jayden emerges as a leading politician, and the two must learn to set boundaries. Robinson plays a fictionalized version of herself as the series is based on her bestseller “Everything’s Trash, But It’s Okay”, a collection of essays covering everything from intersectional feminism to societal beauty standards to dating to money issues. The series stars Jordan Carlos, Toccarra Cash, Nneka Okafor, and Moses Storm, and Jonathan Groff (black-ish) serves as showrunner.

Check out the official trailer below: