On their recent trip to LA, Cinema Bizarre gave an interview with Kiwibox.com right from the Cherrytree Offices. You can check out the full interview in the video player below to find out about the inspiration behind the song "After The Rain", and more about their upcoming headlining dates in the U.S.A.…
Get to know more about Cinema Bizarre with this great video introduction to the band over on the YoungHollywood.com homepage. Featuring Lady Gaga who talks about inviting the band to open for her US-tour “The Fame Ball” because, in her own words, “they’re stars”.
Those familiar with Lady Gaga’s platinum album “The Fame” will know her bold rallying cry from the song “Starstruck,” her duet with Space Cowboy featuring Flo Rida: “Space Cowboy just play that track.”
Indeed, the heavy bass, neck-breaking clap, sharp synths and duet vocals on that album’s… Continue
At their fan party, Bill and Tom dared Gustav to dance for at least one minute in a spot and to a song decided by them. The prize? 500 euro’s from each of them!! Did Gustav rise to the occasion? Check out the full video to find out and see what MTV Buzzworthy has to say over on the Buzzworthy Blog!
Robert Orton, the mixer of Lady Gaga’s smash hit ‘Just Dance’ and the rest of her album ‘The Fame’, is featured in Sound on Sound magazine where he gives a full step by step description of what it’s like to mix a track - using ‘Just Dance’ as the example.
“I flipped,” recalls Orton. “You can never tell for sure whether something is going to be successful or not, but the second I heard it, it sounded like a huge hit, it was just amazing.”
Now you can communicate and stay connected with the people and artists of Cherrytree Records through Twitter!
Constantly updated whilst on the move, the employees of Cherrytree Records will keep you informed with all of the latest information regarding the label and Cherrytree artists through the use of Tweets. This is where you will be able to find all of the small titbits and interesting nuggets of information that didn’t make it into the news section of our website.