Posts Tagged: The Orchard

New Music Seminar Day 1 – LIVE at 8!


On July 19-21, The New Music Seminar comes to New York!  Just up the street from our headquarters, music industry innovators and artists from all over the world will be congregating to discuss New Music, and how modern strategies and groundbreaking technologies are changing our industry. Hey everyone! Today is Day 1 and I’m off… Read more »

New Music Seminar LIVE BLOG!


On July 19-21, The New Music Seminar comes to New York!  Just up the street from our headquarters, music industry innovators and artists from all over the world will be congregating to discuss New Music, and how modern strategies and groundbreaking technologies are changing our industry. Hey everyone! I am tireless industry analyst, producer, and… Read more »

Ra Ra Riot Preview New Track “Too Dramatic”


Last month, Ra Ra Riot teased fans eagerly anticipating their forthcoming LP, The Orchard, with a two-minute preview of the album-closing “Keep It Quiet.” Yesterday, the band added yet another vignette to RaRaRiot.com, this time previewing the propulsive pop of “Too Dramatic.” The brief preview – directed by Taryn Gould and Emily Kowalczyk – couples… Read more »

Ra Ra Riot Tease The Orchard With “Keep It Quiet” Preview, Announce North American Tour Dates Sophomore Album Out August 24th on Barsuk Records


Syracuse quintet Ra Ra Riot premiered, “Keep It Quiet,” a two-minute preview on the making of their sophomore album, The Orchard, this week at RaRaRiot.com. Directed by Taryn Gould and Emily Kowalczyk, “Keep It Quiet” provides a brief glimpse into the idyllic setting in which the new album was written, including exclusive performance footage shot… Read more »

Orchard Tunes on So You Think You Can Dance Tonight


The Orchard’s catalog is hitting prime-time on tonight’s episode of So You Think You Can Dance.  We’re excited to see what kind of inspiration the dancers will get from seven-time Grammy-winning pianist Eddie Palmieri’s “Bomboncito De Pozo.” Recorded with his classic La Perfecta orchestra, the track was originally released on his 1967 album Molasses [Tico]… Read more »