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Freeloader Friday: The Budos Band, Royal Thunder and More

BudosBandBurntOfferingIt’s been a little while since I’ve personally shared Freeloader Friday with you fine folks, and I’m glad to report that the selection I have in store for you today is the perfect soundtrack to your weekend.

Leading with The Budos Band‘s soulful horns and Charlie Cunningham‘s soothing acoustic strings, we continue with four-piece Royal Thunder‘s new single followed by some chilled out instrumentals and soundscapes that’ll have you dreaming the weekend will never end.

If you’re at SXSW, save this one for when you come back and need recovering.

The Budos Band: “Magus Mountain” live performance via KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic
Burnt Offering out now on Daptone Records

Charlie Cunningham: Live session via Daytrotter
Breather EP out now on Kissability

Royal Thunder: “Glow” track premiere via Entertainment Weekly
Crooked Doors out April 7 on Relapse Records

Friend Roulette: “Stoned Alone” track premiere via Spin
I See You. Your Eyes Are Red out June 2 on Goodnight Records

Wax Stag: “Night Trek” track premiere via Pitchfork
II out now on Old Habits

Mute Forest: “Infinity Pools” track premiere via Stereogum
Infinity Pools EP out April 7 on Lost Tribe Sound

Baby Birds Don’t Drink Milk: “Zebra Boy” track premiere via AdHoc
Kill The Fuzz out soon on Fire Talk Records

The Bright Light Social Hour: “Infinite Cities (Matt Lange Remix)” track premiere via LessThan3
Space Is Still The Place out now on Frenchkiss Records

VOWS: “Losing Myself In You” lyric video premiere via Consequence of Sound
Losing Myself In You (Single) out now on Cleopatra Records

Evans The Death: “Enabler” music video premiere via Mother Jones
Expect Delays out now on Slumberland Records / Fortuna POP!

Royce Da 5’9 Reaches New Heights (And A New Audience)

phpThumb_generated_thumbnailjpgIf you watch MTV’s Washington Heights, you may have heard Royce Da 5’9 in Episode 9 of the new reality teen-drama series now rounding out its first season. Set in the series’ namesake Upper Upper West side slice of Manhattan, the show follows nine youth who each have their own dreams and aspirations after high school, but are bonded together by the neighborhood they call home.

The inclusion of “Count for Nothing” in S1E9 also came with an opportunity to feature it on MTV’s Soundtrack Blog, the network’s new platform created for viewers to connect with the music in the shows they watch. Full tracklistings, links to artist pages, curated spotify playlists, and even free downloads of featured tracks make music discovery an integral part of the user experience surrounding programs even after they have aired.

Hopefully more networks will follow MTV’s lead, providing full immersion into the world of a show and creating something for viewers to continue engaging with long into the future after series end or fads change. Here at The Orchard, we’re proud to be a part of soundtracking that future.

Catch up on Washington Heights, including full episodes, clips, and of course, complete tracklistings for every episode on MTV’s site.

ISIS Stream Devastating New LP Wavering Radiant One Week Early On Myspace

April 29, 2009 Artist News No Comments

Today, ISIS is unleashing the genre-bending epic Wavering Radiant on poor, unsuspecting ears via their official Myspace profile, a full week before its release. Experts on melting faces and frying brains, the L.A. based five-piece have conquered lands far and wide with their unique approach to things often labeled “progressive” and “metal,” in effect cutting a swath through pre-existing genre lines. May 5th, 2009 (Radiant’s official release date) marks the group’s graduation from avant-garde metal leadership to their rightful spot as one of this century’s most original and pioneering alternative groups. This, their fourth album for California-based Ipecac Recordings, stays true to the band’s long-standing tradition of experimentation. The new set of recordings find vocalist/guitarist Aaron Turner and company at the peak of their powers, displaying an unparalleled sense of maturity and mastery of their respective instruments. Tracklist, audio download and full tour itinerary below.

Stream ISIS’ Wavering Radiant [Ipecac Recordings; May 5th]

ISIS’ Wavering Radiant Tracklist
01. Hall Of The Dead
02. Ghost Key
03. Hand Of The Host
04. Wavering Radiant
05.  Stone To Wake A Serpent
06. 20 Minutes / 40 Years
07. Threshold Of Transformation
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Sometimes They Stream Albums: The Raveonettes Offer Free Glimpse Into New EP

September 23, 2008 Artist News No Comments

The Raveonettes unveil the second installment in their digital-only EP series this week, with the release of Sometimes They Drop By . The Danish noir-rock duo made headlines earlier this month after surprising fans with a free remix EP to kick off the series, designed to follow up this year’s critical smash, Lust Lust Lust , with new perspectives and heretofore untouched aesthetics. Sometimes is streaming in full over on AOL Spinner.

ALBUM : The Raveonettes Remixed EP

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