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Freeloader Friday: Children of Bodom, Crocodiles, Blackburner, CFCF, Weekend and Adam Franklin & Bolts of Melody

Children of Bodom, HaloHello June, and hello Summer! I know this image to our left here doesn’t exactly scream “beach!” or “suntan!” but believe me when I say this shouldn’t detract you from our great selection of free tracks below.

Just days before the release of Children of Bodom‘s highly secretive eighth studio album, you can preview a new track from the album straight from Spotify. Also catch Children of Bodom headlining the Musicians Institute stage at this year’s Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival this June 29th in San Bernardino, California. Rockstar + Metal? Hell, yeah!

After “Cockroach” a couple of weeks ago, Crocodiles are giving another sneak peak of their upcoming album with “Teardrop Guitar;” Blackburner and CFCF are both offering free downloads — one a remix, the other a track premiere for their upcoming album; and Weekend and Adam Franklin & Bolts of Melody have some new music to share in advance of their July releases too.

Happy Friday, everyone!

Children of Bodom: “Your Days Are Numbered” via Spotify
Halo of Blood out June 11 in North America on Nuclear Blast

Crocodiles: “Teardrop Guitar” track premiere via NPR All Songs Considered
Crimes of Passion out August 20 on Frenchkiss Records

Blackburner: “Drop Bass (Not Bombs) (TRVP Mix)” track download via Trap Music
Drop Bass Not Bombs out now on Cleopatra Records

CFCF: “Camera” track premiere and download via Dummy Mag
Music For Objects out July 8 on Paper Bag Records

Weekend: “Mirror” via SoundCloud
Jinx out July 23 on Slumberland Records

Adam Franklin & Bolts of Melody: “Boocat Leah” track premiere via A.V. Club
Black Horses out July 16 on Goodnight Records

Freeloader Friday: Levek, Jeff Lynne, Vinnie Paz, Blackburner and Graveyard

September 21, 2012 Freeloader Friday No Comments

Good Friday afternoon to you, friends! To celebrate the weekend this week, we’ve collected some handy dandy freebies for you to enjoy, including a full album stream of Levek‘s Look A Little Closer in anticipation of the release next Tuesday, and a not-to-be-missed video by The Jeffs (a.k.a. Jeff Lynne to the power of 4) rocking out together to the tune of “Mercy Mercy.”

Vinnie Paz, Blackburner and Graveyard are also of the party this week, and we hope you’ll enjoy this eclectic mix of genres, all preparing exciting releases in the coming weeks.

Have a great weekend, freeloaders!

Levek: Full album stream via Hype Machine
Look A Little Closer out on September 25 on Lefse Records

Jeff Lynne (as The Jeffs): “Mercy Mercy” video via Rolling Stone
Long Wave and Mr. Blue Sky – The Very Best Of Electric Light Orchestra out October 9 on Frontiers Records

Vinnie Paz featuring Tragedy Khadafi: “7 Fires of Prophecy” video via YouTube
God of the Serengeti out October 22 on Enemy Soil

Blackburner: “In Love with the City” via Blackburner’s website
Planet Earth Attack out September 25 on Cleopatra Records

Graveyard: “The Suits, The Law & The Uniforms” via NPR
Lights Out out November 6 on Nuclear Blast

Verizon FiOS: Fast Enough To “Freak You”

June 20, 2012 Sync Placement No Comments

At a whopping 300/65 Mbps, Verizon’s FiOS Quantum Internet allows users to download, upload and stream seamlessly and faster than ever.

The latest advertisement for the service features a very adventurous man flying around mountains to the sound of “Freak You” by Orchard artist, Blackburner. The song can be found on the release Feel the Burn, released by Cleopatra Records in 2012. This Dubstep/Glitch album has acquired over 50,000 track downloads since its release in April and has received much critical acclaim.

Check out the ad below:

By Hannah Brooks

South Bye Southwest

March 21, 2012 Orchard News No Comments
Vintage Trouble The Orchard SXSW 2012

Vintage Trouble at The Orchard's Day Party, SXSW 2012

Even if you did not attend SXSW, you must have heard about the giant Doritos vending machine/stage, free BBQ via pedicabs, homeless hotspots, The Boss’ “you can do it” keynote or at least, A$AP Rocky’s do-rag.

No? Well it’s easy to lose track of what’s going on at SXSW and cut through all the noise, so I’ve put together some documentation of what The Orchard crew was up to for SXSW 2012.

Some members of our team arrived for Interactive to touch base with some of our tech partners and fellow nerds. Among the many were our friends at Webdoc, Fanbridge, Topspin and Rdio. We hit up some panels, tried to squeeze into the Al Gore + Sean Parker keynote and checked out the Google Village whenever we had a spare moment.

The Music Fest brought us together with loads of our clients and we did our best to get out to as many shows as we could, namely, Cleopatra RecordsBlackburner’s mind-blowing set, Lefse‘s lovely showcase, Volcom‘s beerfest and metal mania, Barsuk‘s stellar jam sesh and MANY more. Not to mention IODA’s day party with some of our favorite buzz bands taking the stage. The Orchard’s Day Party with Radical Dads, Arms, Scoundrels, Races, Vintage Trouble and Rhett Miller had us enjoying every minute of the day on Friday along with free tacos and beer at Parkside in Austin (PICS HERE). Also, we were thrilled to host the event alongside our sync department who announced their new venture, Concentrated Music.

This only touches on all of our festivities at SXSW but we do want to thank everyone who attended The Orchard’s Day Party and all the amazing showcases hosted by some of our favorite labels. Signing off with some of our staff favorites from SXSW 2012 (Poliça and Vintage Trouble took the top):

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