A monumental year, 2017 marks The Orchard’s 20th anniversary as a pioneer in digital distribution. In the past two decades, The Orchard has worked with wonderful clients and talented artists to release award winning records and films. Through progressive development in licensing, technology, advertising and more, The Orchard has grown from a storefront office on the Lower East Side of Manhattan to more than 25 offices around the globe. Just twenty years young, we are proud to call ourselves the industry’s leading independent music distributor and among the fastest growing distributors of independent films. Most importantly, we are thankful for the tight-knit family of employees that have made every success possible.
Introducing Meredith Nadeau, Manager, Corporate Marketing
Before joining The Orchard I worked previously as the Office Coordinator at Wind-up Records after a stint in cable advertising at NCC Media. In my heyday as a Hofstra University student I interned within the Sony Music Entertainment college marketing department, worked as the ‘stache Media Alt rep in Long Island and hosted a number of incredible shows with Hofstra Concerts.
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Last night’s 59th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony was definitely one for the books. From golden tributes to all-gold outfits, the bright lights of music’s biggest night shined on politically righteous performances, heartfelt acceptance speeches and Adele. Mostly Adele. The evening was exceptionally exciting for a few familiar faces at The Orchard, so we thought we’d give you a recap of our favorite moments.
Boy jazz wonder Jacob Collier took home two golden gramophone awards: One for Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella and another for Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals. Made famous by his mind-blowing loop videos on YouTube and taken under the wing of jazz icon Quincy Jones, Collier’s anticipated 2016 debut In My Room is something to behold. Congrats to Jacob and Membran for the much-deserved win!
Hey everyone, welcome to this week’s edition of Freeloader Friday. I’m sure you’ve had a long week in anticipation of the Grammys this weekend. We’ll have our fingers crossed on Sunday hoping that all 30 of our nominations come to fruition! But enough bragging, let’s get down to brass tax and new tracks.
Leading off this week’s celebration is a full stream of Hand Habits‘ divine debut LP Wildly Idle (Humble Before The Void). The brain child of eclectic indie songwriter Meg Duffy, Hand Habits has the intimacy of a solo act but the expansiveness of a full band effort. Wildly Idle is gentle and melodic yet disruptive and unpredictable. Guitars shimmer and vocals float lightly throughout, but lyrically the album is declarative and thought-provoking. It’s perfect for your end of week reflection. Wildly Idle (Humble Before The Void) is out today on Woodsist.