Posts Tagged: Spotify

Can’t Get Enough of Butch Walker


After welcoming Dangerbird Records to The Orchard family, I think we can speak for the whole team when we say we were very excited to work with the label’s extensive and acclaimed catalog, starting with the multi-talented Butch Walker. As soon as we heard Butch’s Afraid Of Ghosts was to be our first release with Dangerbird, we digital retail marketing… Read more »

Let’s Do This, Dangerbird Records!


Outstanding news coming to you today on our Music front — we’re officially distributing Dangerbird Records‘ digital and physical catalog! You know the name from the likes of Butch Walker, Jesse Harris, A. Sinclair and other top-notch Indie Rock artists on the LA-based label’s roster. We love all the talent coming out of Dangerbird and they dig what… Read more »

Streaming: The New Radio & We’re On It


Among the many benefits that streaming services affords to its patrons, none are as boundless and untamed as the ecosystem of playlists these platforms contain. There is a plethora of playlists for any mood, situation or activity and most of them are curated by everyday people like you and me. Due to the quality of these… Read more »

Change Is In The Air for Spotify’s Desktop Platform…


We’re soon going to be seeing some changes from Spotify, regardless of whether we see Taylor Swift albums return or not. Spotify is in the process of a major redevelopment of their desktop platform! If you’re in New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Denmark, Ireland, Norway, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Estonia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Philippines or… Read more »

Welcome to the Compilation Era


Rumors of “The Death of the Album” have been greatly exaggerated. Sure, comparing this week’s SoundScan numbers to those 20 years ago is good for a laugh (or a cry), but it bears remembering that the album, as we currently think of it, has only existed since the late-’60s. Before that, it was really more analogous to a photo album —… Read more »