Posts Tagged: Relapse Records

The 2018 A2IM Libera Award Nominations Are Here


The good people at the American Association of Independent Music, better known as A2IM, announced the nominees for the annual Libera Awards this week. The ceremony takes place on June 21st, celebrating acts and labels of all sizes in indie music. Among the many fantastic nominees are several from The Orchard family. 2018 has been quite a whirlwind of a year… Read more »

Out Today by The Orchard: Soccer Mommy, Camp Cope & More


Whether you’re looking for new entertainment post Winter Olympics or you’re motivated to walk home rather than taking an Uber after watching those incredibly talented athletes, The Orchard comes to the rescue once again! This week’s releases range from strong women of the indie rock scene to heavyweights of metal, all out today. Soccer Mommy‘s story is one that… Read more »

Out Today by The Orchard: Born Ruffians, Miracle & More


Every artist has their own creative approach shaped by individual experiences. Some artists use music to reach self-realization while others stumble upon it during the creative process. That is often why bands and artists change direction from album to album; life never stops creating exciting challenges that evoke ever-changing ideas. Varying from rock’n roll to synth-pop, the albums… Read more »

The Many Sounds Of ‘Stranger Things’


The leaves are changing, the weather is cooling, and the inevitable approach of creepy and mysterious has begun. In recent years, horror and science fiction has kicked into high gear in an formerly unlikely setting, television. Themes captured in shows like, American Horror Story and Bates Motel, were previously only depicted in cinema and definitely unheard… Read more »

Out Today by The Orchard: Antibalas, Mykur & More


Put down your pumpkin spice latte for a minute and lend an ear. This week is jam packed with music’s finest to start your weekend off right. We’ve got something from every corner of the globe from southern cowboys to the dark corners of Scandinavia to a Brooklyn-based afrobeat group that could very well be from another world completely. The… Read more »