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"'The Fear Inside' will drop soon, and it will blow your mind. So good."
Some of the highlight tracks for me include "The Fear Inside" (co-written with Martin Kierszenbaum) that will be released as a viral video over the next few weeks, and will be the first introduction to the new material. It is a track that will have Frankmusik fans sit up and listen. It sounds decidedly different with its driving, menacing bassline, and punctuating beat that…Continue
Added by Cherrytree on October 18, 2010 at 8:45am — No Comments
Two Cherrytree family tours embarking in North America in November!
As announced, Natalia Kills will be opening for Robyn in the US and Canada in November. Details here.
And now ... Far East Movement will be touring with La Roux on the US dates in November, dates listed below!
The Cherrytree staff will be attending several of these shows so we hope to see you there.…Continue
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Added by Cherrytree on September 30, 2010 at 6:30am — No Comments
Check out this 'Label Junkie' article on Cherrytree Records from Juice Magazine. The article gives an overview of the history of Cherrytree Records, how it was named and how Martin 'Cherry Cherry Boom Boom' Kierszenbaum began his career that lead to the creation of Cherrytree…Continue
Cherrytree Records and Hard Rock Cafe are teaming up to bring you Cherrytree Record Day on October 12th at Times Square in New York to celebrate the release of Far East Movement's Free Wired and Die Antwoord's $O$ albums.
This special event will be open to everybody for free on the 12th…
"The evolution of Martin Kierszenbaum continues, just as he continues to help the next generation of creative geniuses reach their own pinnacles of success. He remains expertly perched on top of his musically-charged fence. Unlike the moral of most such analogies, however, he could easily fall to one side or the other and…Continue
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Photographs by Colette Carr & Martin Kierszenbaum.
J-Splif, Colette Carr, Prohgress and DJ Eye…
Added by Cherrytree on August 30, 2010 at 5:03pm — No Comments
Kazemi: Well, you’re back now and I’ve noticed you’ve been tweeting Cherrytree Records a lot, is this some kinda tease for what you’re doing in LA?
Frankmusik: I kinda snapped! I felt like I needed to grow, not as an artist but in terms of business and for my career. I needed to come to my America just to creatively get back into some kinda zone cause England sucked and I was just kinda over it. And I love LA, and I’ve been coming to LA for the past six years,…
Added by Cherrytree on August 23, 2010 at 7:00pm — No Comments
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“Beautifully crafted, and unfailingly lovely”- The Times (London)
Mt. Desolation, the new band of Keane's Tim Rice-Oxley and Jesse Quin, release their debut album Mt. Desolation on October 19th, 2010 through Cherrytree/Interscope Records.
Those who have visited Dublin will know that sipping Guinness by a fire in a nice old pub while it's chucking it down outside is one of life's great pleasures. It's also, as you…
Added by Cherrytree on August 13, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments
Tuesday, August 17th is Donnie Wahlberg's birthday and we are giving our Rec'ers an exclusive opportunity to leave 'Happy Birthday' voice messages for Donnie. Your Birthday message may even be chosen and played on our radio station CherrytreeRadio.com, home of DDub's R&B Back Rub.
To leave your birthday message for Donnie call +1 310 928…
"Cherrytree’s online activity involves not only output but also input. We communicate our initiatives to our audience but we also gather information from them about how they want to consume music. We then apply this information (eg. Robyn releasing 3 shorter albums within a shorter period of time). The key for us is to be close to our audience so we can super-serve them. That’s our aim."…Continue
Added by Cherrytree on July 23, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments