But we did get to watch the trailer, and this film looks fantastic! It's well shot, tightly edited, and sounds great. The film is about two teenage singer songwriters that appear to succeed in sneaking their duo into Woodstock.
Splash, by The Cool Whips, was recorded and mixed at my old Portland, Oregon, studio, PermaPress Recording. It appears on their second album, Baddies. We intended the album to sound like they were a psychedelic garage band from about 1968. Splash also appears in the trailer for the film after the two heroines have ingested something psychedelic. With the phazed fuzz guitar and Eric Ramon's drug dream lyrics, "I want to ride on the back of a bumble bee," the song is perfectly placed in the trailer.
So Strange by The Reverberations is also used in Woodstock or Bust. It appears on their recently released LP, Changes. Here's how we made that album. And here's their fantastic video for that song.