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30 Years Later The Story Remains The Same…Only Worse

On June 24, 2022, The United States Supreme Court made the landmark decision to overturn Roe v. Wade after 50 years. That day, Richard Gottehrer, founder and creative vision behind The Orchard, instantly recalled an album he produced in 1992 by soulful roc...

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Breaking Boundaries, Records, and Rules: 20 Years of Aventura’s ‘We Broke The Rules’

Twenty years ago, four men from The Bronx broke the rules and changed the course of Bachata music. The Kings of Bachata, Aventura, are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their legendary sophomore album, We Broke the Rules.  In July 2002, with the relea...

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A Look Into Guámpara Music: Cuba’s First Independent Urban Music Label

Guámpara Music is the first independent urban music label in Cuba, founded in 2015 by Isnay Rodríguez, who is better known by his alias DJ Jigüe. Drawing inspiration from his Afro-Cuban heritage, Rodríguez wanted to make music that was connected to his...

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A Global Community Like No Other

Beyond geography, language, heritage, religion, there’s another community with a culture of its own and that’s the LGBTQIA+ community. Bonded by a collective rebellion of gender norms and stereotypes, the queer community value fearless authenticity and are...

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Moving Forward Following the Overturn of Roe v. Wade

In an ever evolving industry, The Orchard is always looking forward. We’re seeking the best technology, the best music, the next trends, the most efficient means of distribution and the optimal ways to reach more fans globally.  Today, the United S...

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What The #&@$ Do You Do, Metin?!

With offices and employees spread across the globe, sometimes it takes time to get to know everyone. In our series ‘What The #&@$ Do You Do?!’ (WTFDYD), The Orchard highlights Orchardites from all over the world to learn more about their role at The Or...