Posts Tagged: music

Orchard-ites Exposed

We thought it was high time you got to know us better here at The Orchard. We’re an exciting, fun-loving and hard-working bunch – and sure, we know that, but you don’t necessarily. Therefore, inaugurated by this post, we’ll regularly be sharing some fun facts and figures with you – ranging from internal studies to… Read more »

Freeloader Friday: The Black Angels, Ganglians, Whirr & Young Man

Yay, it’s Friday all over again! And what does that mean? Yes, we get to give away FREE music! So plug in your favorite headphones, sit back, relax, and let these artists take you on a ride: The Black Angels: “Yellow Elevator #2” via Phosphene Dream out now on Blue Horizon Records Ganglians: “Drop The Act”… Read more »

German Music Market Set To Return To Growth In 2013

According to Stefan Michalk, CEO of the Federal Association of the Music Industry (BVMI) in Berlin, the German music market is set to grow again as of 2013 when digital revenues are expected to compensate for the losses made in physical sales. Digital business is expected to contribute some 20% to revenues in five years… Read more »

Maps & Atlases Announce Debut Record Release On Barsuk

Barsuk Records is excited to announce that Chicago’s progressive songsmiths Maps & Atlases are set to release their debut album on June 29, 2010. Entitled Perch Patchwork, the record was produced by Jason Cupp (The Elected, Nurses, Cast Spells). The band’s unique style melds the technicality of progressive music and the idiosyncrasies of art rock… Read more »