Here at The Orchard, we’re lucky enough to work with artists from around the world, representing a variety of genres and spanning borders. This week we’re bringing you that variety covering rock, Norteño music and much in between.
La Fiera de Ojinaga – 7.2 EP (Azteca Records)
As the only Norteño artist included on YouTube’s “Artists to Watch in 2019” list, fans both day-ones and new were excited to see what La Fiera de Ojinaga wa delivering this year. The wait is over as 7.2 EP comes to light via Azteca Records. The album features the five-piece band at their best with rhythmic bajo sexto and captivating lyrics, spanning love both lost and found. Check out La Fiera de Ojinaga’s new album and catch their upcoming shows in Texas and Mexico if you’re in the area!
Twin Peaks – Lookout Low (Grand Jury Music)
Chicago indie-rock outfit Twin Peaks returns with their new album Lookout Low. To much anticipation after their 2016 success Down From Heaven, the group looked to prolific alt-producer Ethan Johns (Paul McCartney, U2) to clean up the final cuts and take their album to the next, professional level. Check out what Paste calls one of “10 Albums We’re Most Excited About This September.”
Hirie – Dreamer (Controlled Substance Sound Labs/MRI Entertainment)
If you haven’t taken a dive into tropical-pop, we recommend checking our San Diego-based HIRIE for a showcase of the blooming genre. Her new album, Dreamer, has arrived with force and invites listeners on a journey that “celebrates the bold, joyful and even messy impulses that lead the female experience.” Fronted by Trish Jetton, HIRIE’s newest album was the first truly collaborative song-writing experience with Jetton saying “Everything you hear is a slice of me.” Just wrapping up a summer tour with Slightly Stoopid, she’s hitting the road soon in support of Dreamer. Catch her on tour in a city near you!