Sex / Life Soundtrack | Music and songs featured in the Netflix drama

If you enjoyed Netflix’s Sex / Life soundtrack (in the middle of it all, uh, banging), then you’re not alone. The eight-part drama features music by Bikini Machine, Sarah Jaffe, and Breanna Barbara, along with cameos by Kossisko and Broken Social Scene.

We’ve found the full list of songs from the first season of Sex / Life, so take a look at the following:

Episode 1

Ooh La La, Goldfrapp – intro, dancing in the club

Take a closer look, Guillermo De La Barreda & Dirk Ehlert – we see Billie’s beautiful house and meet her children

Get off, Bikini Machine – Billie looks back on her sex life

Honey Be Here Bodies Of Water – when Billie and Sasha are about to go out

Superficial, Kossisko – the song played in the club

Swelling, Sarah Jaffe – Billie and Brad get sexy on her roof terrace

The Outing, Breanna Barbara – Billie is going to take the train

Episode 2

Your love is like gasoline, customer – start of the episode

Nothing gonna hurt you baby, cigarettes after sex – Cooper and Billie’s first kiss

Never let go, people over people – the music played in the club when Cooper and Billie arrive

Blood, Band of Skulls – Billie and Brad kiss in the subway

Stay happy, broken social scene – dance at the concert with Cooper

White noise, Exitmusic – Billie and Cooper have fun in someone else’s pool

New Moon, Breanna Barbara – Billie and Cooper return from their adventure

Episode 3

Skin, Zarah Mahler – opening track, and again when Billie watches Brad’s video

Stay low (Take care of yourself), Sarah Jaffe – Cooper provides Billie with some “relaxation” in the elevator

Who knows, beginners – Brad plays music to his mother on his phone

Big Bang Blues, Breanna Barbara – Brad visits Sasha

Episode 4

All the girls come together and rule, Costanza – opening track

Tarantula, Bob Schneider – Billie and Sasha write academic papers

I’m not afraid, G Flip – Billie and Sasha go shopping

Music (I like it, part 1), Benny Sharp & The Sharpies – Cooper and Devon go to a bar

Craziest Moments, Jessie Ware – another sex scene with Billie and Brad

I feel like I’m drowning, two feet – Brad FaceTimes Billie while she drinks with the other moms

Billie and Sasha in Sex / Life

Episode 5

Skin Talk, stuck on planet Earth – Billie’s in New York at night.

Heartbeats, José Gonzalez – the song Brad serenades Billie with

Skeleton key, love inks – Brad reminds Billie of their steamy vacation

It happens again, Agnes Obel – Brad gives Billie an elevator at home

Happiness does not wait, lafur Arnalds – Billie finds out she is pregnant and – in the present – Brad meets Cooper’s baby

Episode 6

Rawnald Gregory Erikson II, STRFKR – Brad and Billie packing his things

Teach me, Nicole Simone – another sex scene from Brad and Billie

Solo, Linda Mirada – dinner, celebrating Billie’s Psychology Today article

Crazy Gold, Smith James – plays during Billie and Brad’s flashback at the restaurant

Use me, PVRIS Feat. 070 Shake – Billie goes to an art gallery

Out of control, Lia – Brad and Billie are walking in the rain

FUBT, HAIM – Billie runs away to her house in Cooper

Episode 7

Fire for you, cannons – opening track

Kind of like Todayz, DJ Destroyer – Devon and his wife take Cooper and Billie to a party

I love the devil, Purity Ring – the party really starts

Let me know now, the silver swans – Brad lurking in the bushes

It’s him, Silver Swans – music in the credits

Episode 8

Stop this flame, Celestial – what could have been with Brad and Billie

Strange, Celestial – Brad declares himself, while Cooper watches

Wife, Karen O & Danger Mouse – Billie returns to work

You., Lucy Daydream – Billie and Cooper go to their son’s room

Stop that flame, Celeste (again) – Billie runs away to Brad’s house

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