Out Today by The Orchard: Terra Lightfoot, Pale Honey & More
Baseball and Halloween decor seem to sum up the first half of October. Step away from the constant deja vu this month with three new releases, Out Today. Two artists are repping Canada with their unique voices and uplifting beats, while a Swedish act charms you with a set of mysterious vocals and powerful drums.
Despite some downtrodden lyrics, you can’t help feeling inspired by the newest body of work from Terra Lightfoot. New Mistakes marks the Canadian singer/songwriter’s third studio album via Sonic Unyon Records and celebrates the good, the bad and the ugly of life as we know it. Her deeply rich vocals effortlessly coat each track with a folk rock blend. Beyond powerful lyrics and soothing tones, Lightfoot‘s signature guitar riffs fill New Mistakes. Feel the passion and pain of “Paradise” in preparation of the new album.
Introducing, Amanda Vuong, Senior Analyst, Strategy & Finance
I am ecstatic to be joining The Orchard family! I come from Sony Music where I was in a finance rotational position for two years. One of these rotations was based here, at The Orchard so some employees may recognize me from my previous stint last November through April.
Out Today by The Orchard: TOKiMONSTA, Frida Sundemo & More
As the year begins to round the final bend and last minute deadlines approach, forget the stress for a moment and take on the easiest and most enjoyable spice of life – music. This week, we’ve got a talented array of skillful female vocalists from different corners of the world. Spend your weekend vibing to a record full of smooth beats guaranteed to hit every emotion, feel liberated by the soft vocals of the pop artist you’ve been waiting for and find peace with a modern folk twist. Take a listen below to these incredible releases, Out Today.
Indie Store Spotlight: Peaches Records and Tapes
Greetings from the physical sales department! For my latest installment on the coolest independent record stores in that nation, I’m taking you down to New Orleans to Peaches Records and Tapes. I recently had the pleasure of stopping in when I was down in the Big Easy for Record Store Day Summer Camp and had a blast.
On arrival, the sandwich board out front welcomes visitors with “Share Love & Give the Gift of Music.” Named after the classic Allman Brothers Band album “Eat a Peach,” Peaches opened in 1975 in the Gentilly region of New Orleans.