Music and the arts often have the powerful ability to transcend differences and bring people together through sound and spirit. Throughout the decades creative mediums have been a constant connection, worldwide and it remains that way today. This week we hope that you can find joy in your favorite music or movie, whether that be a release we… Read more »
2017 Libera Award Nominees: Daptone Records, Relapse & More!
A2IM has announced the official nominees for this year’s Libera Awards. Taking place at Playstation Theater on June 8th, the award series celebrates the best in independent music. From Creative Packaging to Best Sync Usage, A2IM leaves no stone unturned. Last year Daptone Records released Charles Bradley’s Changes. Charles Bradley finds new life, spilling his heart… Read more »
Stranger Things’ S U R V I V E Bring You More of What You Crave
By now, if you haven’t indulged in a Stranger Things binge, you (insert any out-of-touch idiom here). The show has garnered many an enthusiastic fan, all thrilled by the nostalgic scenes that pay homage to ET, Poltergeist, Stand By Me and other 80s classics. Quite a few of The Orchard’s artists have been inspired by the… Read more »
Case Study: Nothing “Tired of Tomorrow”
GOALS Nothing is an alternative rock band from Philadelphia, PA with hardcore punk roots and shoegaze tendencies. The band has a strong base of passionate fans, giving us the opportunity to focus on fan interaction to promote the band’s second studio release, Tired of Tomorrow [Relapse Records]. Through social media tactics that emphasize pop culture… Read more »
Nothing Is “Tired Of Tomorrow” — What About You?
Philadelphia-bred Alternative band Nothing is back with their latest record, and contrary to the album’s title, Tired Of Tomorrow, we’re looking forward to tomorrow — May 13th, specifically — because the music is that good. Recorded over the course of a year with producer Will Yip, this follow-up album to Guilty of Everything revolves around a balance of opposites and contradictions,… Read more »