Posts Tagged: music

To Point Fingers and Claim Responsibility… Or Not


Last month in Germany, the Federal Court made a ruling which moved to limit the liability of parents for their minor children’s illegal music sharing. The court’s decision stipulates that parents are not liable for the illegal music file sharing of their minor child if they have educated their children enough about the prohibition of participating… Read more »

Freeloader Friday: Local Natives, Menahan Street Band, Travis Barker & Yelawolf, Apollo Brown & Guilty Simpson, Matthew E. White, Hey Sholay and Sophie Auster


Aaaand, we’re back! To make up for eating lots of great food last week (or hearing about it), we’ve put together a collection of awesome music and visuals to go with it. That’s right — you’ll notice we’ve got a slew of music videos for you, and they’re all exceptional and unique in their own… Read more »

Music Down Under: Take It From An Aussie


As the token Australian expat, living in ye olde London and working at The Orchard’s EU HQ, I wanted to take a moment to reminisce about home. As the winter woolies come on and the days get darker, I find myself counting down the minutes until I jump on a jet plane and experience a… Read more »

Scoring a Sync on FIFA


Gone are the days when a sync placement purely involved just TV, film and advertising. An increasingly substantial part of the pie is now represented by gaming. So it’s great news when we say The Orchard distributes 3 of the tracks on this year’s FIFA 13 soundtrack, including efforts by Duologue, Bloc Party and Stepdad…. Read more »

Be a Good Host and Tidy Up Your Website!


It’s a fact that in 2012, the web is becoming more and more social and you hear a lot of talk about your Facebook, Twitter, YouTube strategies and what it is changing for artists and bands. But that doesn’t mean you should forget about the oldest tool of the Internet: your website. Indeed your website… Read more »