Posts Categorized: Sync Placement

Get “Comfortable” with Marcos Valle’s “Estrelar”

Recently hyped by Stereogum as one of of “The Best Soundtrack Moments of March 2014,” the latest installment in Southern Comfort’s highly entertaining “Whatever’s Comfortable” campaign features British Nigerian actor Onosky Ujorha getting down with his bad self to Brazilian fusion artist Marcos Valle‘s boogie classic “Estrelar.” Co-written by Detroit R&B legend (and frequent Valle collaborator) Leon Ware, the airy,… Read more »

Hook, Line and Sync’er

Here at The Orchard, we’re committed to finding you as many sources of revenue as possible, and getting your music heard in films, TV shows, trailers and commercials is a great way to do just that. But getting there takes more than just an email or phone call to a music supervisor whose card you… Read more »

Tune In for Music from The Orchard on TV

After a long day’s work, there is nothing better than curling up on the couch to catch up on your favorite program, especially during this snowpocalypse. But did you know that while you were flipping though channels, you might have caught several Orchard artists? Believe it! Into badass women? Or crime dramas? How about both?… Read more »

“Let’s Go” Get Crunk with the Neighbors (or Get Attacked by an Airbag Trying)

You may or may not have seen a certain red band trailer recently featuring Lil Jon’s “Let’s Go,” from our very own TVT Records, but you need to. It’s hilarious. Neighbors, the working title for the new flick from Nick Stoller (Get Him To The Greek, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Muppets Most Wanted (side bar: how… Read more »

Setting the Tone on “The Butler”

Inspired by a true story, Lee Daniels’ “The Butler” tells the tale of Cecil Gaines, the White House servant of seven presidents. The story follows Gaines’ struggle though life in the cotton fields of the deep-south to his experience as a White House butler during a time of political turmoil. From start to finish, “The Butler”… Read more »