Check out new releases from The Orchard distributed artists across the globe.
Blu DeTiger – How Did We Get Here? (ALT:Vision Records)
If you’ve scrolled through TikTok or Instagram Reels, you’ve likely come across a curly blonde-haired bass player playing effortless cool covers of “Savage,” Janet Jackson, or original songs. Paper Magazine called Blu DeTiger “TikTok’s most badass bassist.” And after months of viral TikToks and best yearly music lists, Blu releases her debut EP, How Did We Get Here?. The debut EP consists of seven songs, including lead singles “Figure It Out,“ the viral hit that charted at AAA radio, “Cotton Candy Lemonade,” and “Vintage,” which premiered on Beats 1 with Zane Lowe and graced the covers of Spotify’s Lorem, Apple Music’s New Music Daily and Superbloom.
Isak Danielson – Tomorrow Never Came (IOD Entertainment)
23-year-old Swedish artist Isak Danielson releases his third full-length album, Tomorrow Never Came. Danielson’s music has made its way across the globe, amassing over 2 million Spotify listeners. Tomorrow Never Came follows his previous records, 2018’s Yours and 2020’s Remember To Remember Me. Compared to his previous albums, Isak says it’s a looser album in terms of concept – likening this album to a journal, capturing moments throughout each day rather than an overarching theme, like in his previous records. Danielson also embraced a softer sound in this album, with delicate vocals accompanied by graceful acoustic guitar and piano. Listen to the seven-track album Tomorrow Never Came out today.
Norf Face (JME, Capo Lee, Shorty & Frisco) – Norf Face (Norf Face)
Grime legends JME, Shorty, Frisco, and Capo Lee have joined forces to make the new project, Norf Face, and the release of their first album under the same name. In February, the group dropped their first single “Baitest Sound” which was produced by fellow UK Grime artist Skepta. Along with the album release, Norf Face is releasing a short documentary that shows the four Grime legends returning to their roots in Tottenham, revisiting their old schools and hotspots, and reminiscing on the neighborhood and its evolution. Norf Face the album features nine songs. On the project, Capo Lee said, “This is another example of what can happen when North London links up its powers.”