Last week, Ben Sisario of The New York Times visited The Orchard office to interview our Chief Creative Officer & Founder, Richard Gottehrer. Richard discussed with Ben the early days of rock ‘n’ roll, the early days of The Orchard, and his most recent endeavor, The Black Angels [Blue Horizon Records]. Ben also followed Richard… Read more »
Richard Gottehrer Live On East Village Radio
This past Monday, July 26th, one of The Orchard’s founders, Richard Gottehrer, was a guest on Andy Rourke’s East Village Radio radio show, Jet Lag. (You may have heard of Andy’s old band….The Smiths.) As a charming storyteller with a very distinct-sounding voice, Richard is right at home on radio – so turn off your… Read more »
The Black Angels to Release Third Studio Album, “Phosphene Dream” September 14th on Blue Horizon Records
Band is the First Signing to Legendary Label Recently Relaunched by Richard Gottehrer and Seymour Stein Today, record label Blue Horizon announced it has signed Austin-based psychedelic rock band, The Black Angels. The Black Angels third album, and first release on Blue Horizon, is the highly anticipated Phosphene Dream, which is set for release on… Read more »
At 70, Our Founder Is Still Making Music Happen!
This past weekend, Richard Gottehrer, our illustrious creative leader, turned 70! There aren’t many 70 year olds who are still so dedicated to their work like Richard is and certainly don’t have the enthusiasm and charisma that he shares with us at The Orchard each day. 70 is a milestone for any adult and most… Read more »
Richard Gottehrer Produces New Dum Dum Girls LP!
Richard Gottehrer, our creative mastermind, Orchard co-founder and my favorite person to drink Negronis with, just added Dum Dum Girls to his production credits. RCRD LBL summarizes it best: Richard Gottehrer–co-writer of “My Boyfriend’s Back” and “I Want Candy,” co-founder of Sire Records with Seymour Stein, and producer of albums by Blondie, The Go-Gos and… Read more »