Posts Tagged: the raveonettes

Get the Right Holiday Playlist for You


Seasons greetings. The holiday season is here and we’ve got a nice little gift for you. We’ve curated not one, but FIVE holiday playlists: Traditional, Choral, Pop, Swing and Alternative. Featuring tracks from a diverse array of Orchard artists; you can play anything from The King’s Singers, The Sixteen and The Boston Pops to Charles Bradley, Sharon Jones and The Raveonettes. But… Read more »

Freeloader Friday: Lucas Nord, The Raveonettes & More


This week’s Freeloader Friday is unfortunately my last. Not to worry, friends, you will be in extremely capable hands going forwards. For my farewell Freeloader, I have prepared for you an (almost) all-Scandinavian edition. You might know him from the smashing tune “Run On Love,” a Tove Lo collaboration that reached Billboard’s Dance Club Songs number one spot this past January. If the… Read more »

Case Study: The Raveonettes and Their Surprise Release “Pe’ahi”


GOALS For The Raveonettes’ 7th studio album, Pe’ahi, the indie duo opted for a less traditional marketing route: the surprise release. This new project came almost two years after the band’s last album, Observator. Therefore, our main objectives for this worldwide campaign were to both set the stage for a new release and reinvigorate the… Read more »

Take These Holiday Classics for an Indie Spin


Have you ever polished a chestnut? Oh, how it shines. We’ve put together a playlist of our favorite Indie artists polishing away, with soft white dream powder (The Raveonettes “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)”), with wacko monkey grease (Quintron & Miss Pussycat “Jingle Bell Rock”), with Retro Funk goo (Shawn Lee‘s Ping Pong Orchestra “Little Drummer Boy”), with purple drank… Read more »