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Freeloader Friday: Duologue, Burial, Anthony Green, Jamall Bufford, Lightouts, HTRK, Night Panther, Max Cooper, Friend Roulette, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Carcass and Red Fang

December 13, 2013 Freeloader Friday No Comments

Duologue-Killing MoonToday is a very special Friday. Not only is our whole company gathered in New York for our yearly international get-together, but it’s also the day of our Holiday Party! Our Holiday Party is, in my un-biased opinion, the event of the year. Ok, ok, I’ll add “at The Orchard.” But that might be selling it a little short. I’ll let you find out for yourselves when we post photos and videos of the amazing things that go down. So in honor of this exciting Friday the 13th, I hereby present you with yet another fantastic selection of music to power your cold, cold weekend.

Kicking it off is one of my favorite bands I’ve seen perform live: Duologue. They’re offering their latest album in full on Noisetrade, where you can also choose to leave a donation. That’s always nice. Next up is a full stream of the album Pitchfork just named Best New Music AND Best New Track for “Come Down to Us” by Burial, followed by a live Daytrotter session from Anthony Green.

Some great track premieres follow with Jamall Bufford, who has just released his first album in three years; Lightouts, a new Rock quartet from Brooklyn; and Australian Electronic duo HTRK. Then Philadelphia-based band Night Panther offers a free download of a track that’ll remind you of all the best things Freddy Mercury, 80s Pop and late 70s Disco; talented Brit Max Cooper shares the lead single off of his upcoming album; and Friend Roulette also releases the first track from their follow up to this years’s I’m Sorry You Hit Your Head. All these offer a great variety of music, and I’ve been jammin’ to them happily as I write this post.

We close with three exceptional music videos from three top-class artists: Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings give us another amazing animated video with “Ain’t No Chimneys In The Projects;”  Carcass give us Friday-the-13th-appropriate chills with “Unfit For Human Consumption;” and Red Fang live up to their history of hilarious and entertaining music videos with “Blood Like Cream,” featuring a guest appearance by SNL’s Fred Armisen. It’ll make you want to play this beer chugging game again, trust me.

Happy Freaky Friday everyone!

Duologue: Free album download via Noisetrade
Song & Dance out now on Killing Moon Records

Burial: Full EP stream via XLR8R
Rival Dealer out December 14 on Hyperdub

Anthony Green: Live session via Daytrotter
Young Legs out now on Moshtradamus Records

Jamall Bufford: “Silencers (ft. Magestik Legend)” track premiere via Okayplayer
Victim of A Modern Age out now on Mello Music Group

Lightouts: “Disappear” track premiere via Death and Taxes
Disappear / My My – Single out December 19 on Audible Treats

HTRK: “Give It Up” track premiere via FADER
Psychic 9-5 Club out April 1 on Ghostly International

Night Panther: “Queen Bitch” free track download via Artist Direct
Night Panther out now on Small Plates Records

Max Cooper: “Adrift (ft. Kathrin DeBoer)” track premiere via XLR8R
Human out March 11 on FIELDS

Friend Roulette: “I Guess” track premiere via Brooklyn Vegan
Grow Younger EP out February 6 on Goodnight Records

Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings: “Ain’t No Chimneys In The Projects” video premiere via Stereogum
Give The People What They Want out January 14 on Daptone Records

Carcass: “Unfit For Human Consumption” music video via Noisey
Surgical Steel out September 17 on Nuclear Blast

Red Fang: “Blood Like Cream” music video via VEVO
Whales and Leeches out now on Relapse Records

Preview CMJ 2013 with Our Playlist, “The Bands, The Music, The City”

October 9, 2013 Artist News No Comments

cmj2013_orchard_playlistThe 2013 edition of the CMJ Music Marathon is almost upon us!

We’ve already previewed a few of our favorites from the initial round of bands, but since so many great artists have been added to the lineup in the last month, we felt compelled to assemble the following Spotify playlist, which includes selections from over 70 Orchard artists that will performing this year.

We here present you with CMJ 2013: The Bands, The Music, The City, also available on Playlists.net. Happy CMJ!

Freeloader Friday: Heliotropes, Hospital Ships, Slum Village, Duologue, AM & Shawn Lee and Young Galaxy

Heliotropes - A Constant SeaHello all and Happy Friday! The second half of June welcomes a slew of release dates for artists… and we certainly have some treats in store. From Pop to Punk, Underground Rap and more, we have some great material that will satisfy all your musical tastes. If that isn’t enough, our must-see music video of the week is Duologue‘s “Machine Stop.” Be one of the first to check out this awesome 3D video… no special glasses necessary.

So, let’s begin. First, we have a girl group from Brooklyn by the name of Heliotropes. Their group was listed as the top band to see by CMJ this year and you can preview their entire album now. Another group that gives its audience a sonically packed experience is Hospital Ships, and you can get hooked onto the entrancing tone of these Kansas rockers right away by listening to their full album on Pitchfork Advance. Slum Village gives us a change of pace with their underground Rap album Evolution. The 3 artists from Detroit have given us a sampler of the album, which hits stores June 25.

By now, you should already be in love with AM & Shawn Lee‘s La Musique Numérique. This week, we have the music video for “Good Blood,” which fuses Pop, Soul, Funk and World music all into one delectable package. We continue to spoil you with music videos via the Canadian Electro-Pop band Young Galaxy. Their single “New Summer” portrays dark irony between the song and the visuals. See it for yourself below!

Happy listening, happy watching, and most importantly… TGIF!

Heliotropes: Full album stream via Spin
A Constant Sea out June 18 on Manimal Vinyl

Hospital Ships: Full album stream via Pitchfork Advance
Destruction in Yr Soul out June 18 on Graveface Records

Slum Village: LP sampler via SoundCloud
Evolution out June 25 on Ne’Astra Music Group

Duologue: “Machine Stop” interactive music video premiere via this dedicated page
Cut & Run/Machine Stop out now on Killing Moon Records

AM & Shawn Lee: “Good Blood” music video via YouTube
La Musique Numerique out now on Park The Van

Young Galaxy: “New Summer” music video premiere via NPR All Songs Considered
Ultramarine out April 23 via Paper Bag Records

The “Song & Dance” of Duologue

February 26, 2013 Artist News No Comments

Duologue-Killing MoonHaving recently graced us with the sultry vocal melodies and crafty programming of their double A-side single release Underworld / Zeros, which, co-produced with Jim Abbiss, felt as complex and intriguing as any full length-album, the group with a penchant for eclectic compositions is back with a full-on full length record.

Duologue, the Indie-Electronic band from across the pond that we just can’t get enough of, are bringing their notable Indie-Electronic crossover sound that blends digital effects and effervescent acoustic tones to their new, highly anticipated release Song & Dance. The album, released on Killing Moon Records, made its digital debut yesterday, with a physical release hitting April 23rd in the U.K.

But more than simply producing intricate material in the studio, Duologue have the ability to masterly channel their genre-blending music onto the live stage — our very own stairwell included. The band performed “Machine Stop” and “Zeros” at The Orchard’s first-ever CMJ Stairwell Series last October, and needless to say, the Indie men from London did not need to be plugged-in to capture a memorable sound, rocking our beloved stairwell with just a violin, glockenspiel, some acoustic guitars, and haunting harmonies.

Just recently, the group sold out their album launch party at London’s Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, and you can expect similarly packed shows on their upcoming tour with Post War Years. After the European stint, the band will be coming stateside to perform at SXSW in Austin, Texas.

Get a taste for the new record now with the video for “Push It,” the first single off the album, below, and take a peek after the jump for full European and SXSW tour dates.

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Freeloader Friday: Sally Shapiro, Duologue, Young Galaxy, The Virgins, The Lovely Bad Things, AM & Shawn Lee, and Local Natives

February 22, 2013 Freeloader Friday No Comments

Sally Shapiro - Somewhere ElseFriday is here! That’s right, you got past hump day and made it through the weekday grind – time to celebrate with Freeloader Friday.

To start your weekend off right, we have a couple of album previews from Sally Shapiro, Duologue, and The Lovely Bad Things.

Young Galaxy and AM & Shawn Lee are providing the soundtrack to your time off with new song streams, while The Virgins are getting nostalgic with the music video for their retro-flavored single.

Finally, catch Local Natives performing a live acoustic set of songs from their latest album, Hummingbird, in an unorthodox Parisian space…

Need we say more?

Sally Shapiro: Full album stream via Pitchfork Advance
Somewhere Else out February 26 on Paper Bag Records

Duologue: Full album stream via Clash Music
Song & Dance out February 25 on Killing Moon Records

Young Galaxy: “Fall For You” via Pitchfork
Ultramarine out April 16 on Paper Bag Records

The Virgins: “Flashbacks, Memories, and Dreams” video stream via MTV Hive
Strike Gently out March 12 on Cult Records

The Lovely Bad Things: Full album stream via Impose Magazine
The Late Great Whatever out February 26 on Volcom Entertainment

AM & Shawn Lee: “Two Times” via Rolling Stone
La Musique Numerique out soon on Park The Van

Local Natives: Live acoustic concert via La Blogotheque
Hummingbird out now on Frenchkiss Records

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