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Cherrytree Radio is planning a couple special programming days for the holidays!
On December 25th we're packing the entire day with Cherrytree Special Programming, and on New Year's Day, January 1 we'll be playing 24 hours of Morning Orchards!
Be sure to tune in to these special days on Cherrytree Radio, your Pop Alternative!
Here's the schedule for Wednesday, December 25th:
Midnight - Kelvin's Microphone Check (Holiday…Continue
Tune in! Sting guest stars and performs ‘August Winds’ tonight on the Michael J. Fox Show ‘August Winds’ is also the motif of this holiday episode, with the song woven throughout. Tune in at 9:30/8:30c on NBC.
8 Jan 2014 - Rockwood Music Hall (Stage 2) - New York, NY, USA - TICKETS
10 Jan 2014 - Hotel Cafe - Hollywood, CA, USA -…Continue
This fall, Ellie visited the legendary Capitol Records studios in Hollywood, CA to record a special intimate live session. The 6 song set includes stripped back and acoustic versions of your favorite Ellie tracks, many recorded in a single take.
Listen to 'Starry Eyed' here:…Continue
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(London) - Röyksopp and Robyn have announced their plans for a joint tour during the summer of 2014. The “Röyksopp & Robyn Do It Again Tour 2014” will head across Europe, North America and points beyond, stopping at carefully selected venues around the world.
Robyn and Röyksopp have a long history of working and performing together. They collaborated on 2009’s “The Girl and The Robot,” (from Röyksopp’s album Junior) and again on 2010’s “None of Dem” (from Robyn’s…
Congratulations to Disclosure on their Grammy Nomination for their debut album 'Settle' in the Best Dance/Electronica Album, to Matthew Koma for his co-writing efforts on 'Clarity' by Zedd ft Foxes being nominated for Best Dance Recording and to producer Jeff Bhasker for his work on Bruno Mars…Continue
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The best song to bubble up from the EDM underground in 2013 was a tech-house blast that kicks your a** in the club at night, and kicks your a** out of bed the next morning. And that titular hook – a fragment of motivational speaker Eric Thomas – was pure sampling genius.
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This debut from LA duo Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards was bold and fearless. It wasn’t just the riotous rock n' roll clatter that was gutsy, though. It was also the messages within the music: an assault on misogyny and sexism in the music industry that sat alongside storming jams about peace, love and understanding.
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KEANE ANNOUNCE ENCORE PRESENTATION OF LIVE BERLIN SHOW TO HIT U.S. THEATERS STARTING NEXT WEEK
THE BEST OF KEANE OUT NOW
Santa Monica, California, December 4, 2013 - To celebrate ten incredible years of success, Keane released The…Continue
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December 4th, 2013-- Cherrytree Records - in partnership with Interscope Records - is proud to announce the launch of Cherrytree Records France. The French-based A&R and marketing operation will be overseen by Polydor/Universal Music veteran and Cherrytree France head, Guénael "GG" Geay (aka Guena LG). Cherrytree France will look to sign artists from Europe with an eye toward building them in France and taking them onto the international stage. In true Cherrytree…Continue
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Sorry it’s taken me a while to post the new edition of “Martin’s Photo Blog.” Although, I haven’t posted in a bit, I have been busy snapping photos. The Thanksgiving weekend finally gave me the time to organize and publish them. And, here goes: My official post of “Martin’s Autumn 2013 Photo Blog.”
These shots cover some of my movements over the last 3 months of September, October and November 2013 (and a little bit of August). As with my…Continue
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On a hooks-per-minute level, Settle is right up there with the best of Britney, Gaga, and Beyoncé. What makes Disclosure considerably deeper is the way every element has been honed to a level that rivals the most tweaked-out underground techno. There's a luxurious bounty of space here, and not just in the silence between typically staccato notes. With ping-ponging rhythms that ricochet from speaker to speaker, Settle is one of the most stereo-flaunting records since the…Continue
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