Posts Tagged: Rolling Stone

Welcome, Claudia!

Introducing Claudia Ochoa, Client & Marketing Manager, Mexico Hi everyone! I’m Claudia Ochoa, raised and born in Mexico City. I’m really excited to have the opportunity to develop The Orchard in Mexico and to work with many different labels. I’ll tell you a little bit about myself, like a short Mexican telenovela but without all the drama! Like… Read more »

Freeloader Friday: Fiction Plane, Red Pill & More

The term “freeloader” sort of has a negative connotation — we know that. But here, we try to use it in a positive sense: Freeloaders work hard all week and deserve a Friday afternoon treat: to enjoy, without judgment, a few moments of hassle-free, uninterrupted music discovery. Shake off some stress and keep reading for The Orchard’s freshest-of-the-fresh. Take some… Read more »

Got Live If You Want It…

The title of this blog post is the title of the Stones’ first “live” album (a play on bluesman Slim Harpo‘s “Got Love If You Want It”). It’s a poor recording (even rumored to be live in the studio with overdubbed cheering) and the Stones essentially disowned it. We’ve come a long way… In the beginning, every song… Read more »

Dim Mak’s Up All Night at Electric Zoo

It’s Labor Day weekend already, and what does that mean? BBQs, beach time, and for thousands of East Coasters, the Annual Electric Zoo festival. For any EDM fan that lives in the Northeast U.S., this is the place to be. With headliners like Tiesto, Bassnectar, Avicii, Armin Van Buren and Steve Aoki, this is a… Read more »

Get to Know Charles Bradley, The Soul of The American Dream

Fall down seven times, stand up eight. If anyone is the embodiment of this motto, it’s Soul singer Charles Bradley. Award-winning director Poull Brien’s 74-minute documentary, titled “Charles Bradley: Soul of America,” reports on the months between Charles’ 62nd birthday and the release of debut album No Time for Dreaming. His story is truly inspiring, full… Read more »