The season’s vibrancy and authenticity is reflected in the resulting live performances of their own music by artists such as San Cha, who entertains at the warehouse party in the eighth episode, and Maria del Pilar, a.k.a. Mish and I had a lot of fun with that, and it was a good little thing to whip out and be like, ” The season ends with a bang, with three live musical performances at the bar by Dominican-born De Marco, who also wrote songs at the writing camp.Lady P of Los Abandoned, who sang “Heavy Lifting” in the sixth episode as Emma discovers Lyn’s devastating secret. “Jarina was such an important piece for us in season one,” Rose said.In the season finale, Lyn and her healer sage the bar to Shamana Mama’s tribal chant “Semillita.” The soundtrack also features songs by several other Latinx artists, including Carla Morrison, Pumarosa, and Love La Femme.As the Hernandez sisters try to rebuild Vida the bar, Lyn gets the idea to start a live music series with local artists.“They called me ‘white-tina’ and ‘coconut,’ and I’d never heard that before, but it’s real so it’s in the show,” Saracho said.
During those scenes, there's a piece of classical music playing. I've tried to look it up, but I can't find out.
— you know musicians don’t sleep — and come back with these amazing songs,” Saracho said.
by Jarina De Marco, a Pulse artist, Starz’s vice-president of business and creative affairs for music Janine Scalise Boyd approached Saracho and music supervisor Brienne Rose about working with Pulse artists to create original music.
Here we take a look at 10 outstanding soundtrack choices from its three-series run so far.
Note that the Netflix version loses most of these hits due to licensing issues, and beware spoilers…
(The soundtrack is available on all digital music platforms.) “It’s very different from having a composer because you’re not creating music that’s scored for the scene, but you’re creating a song that really elevates the scene, and that’s really an incredible thing,” Rose said.