Cherrytree Records is an American record label. It was an imprint of Interscope Records until June 30, 2012. Cherrytree Records is now a venture label of Interscope Records with no change to the roster. Cherrytree Records was founded in 2005 by Martin Kierszenbaum, Kirschbaum being German for cherry tree. The label focuses on new artists with growth potential.

Cherrytree Records also has an online radio station focusing on “pop alternative” music as well as original programming

Wolf Gang Premieres "Black River" Video from their 'Black River' EP, now out on Cherry Tree records

Wolf Gang Premieres “Black River” Video

Wolf Gang have premiered their video for “Black River.” The band said, “There is throughout the film both a dark intensity and a natural beauty that we think matches the musical and lyrical journey of the song really well;

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Wolf Gang To Release Black River EP On April 29 on Cherrytree Records Announces dates starting May 8th in Dallas. The single "Black River" is now streaming

Wolf Gang announce Black River EP

UK-based indie rock band Wolf Gang will be releasing a new EP, Black River via Cherrytree Records, home to British acts like Ellie Goulding, Disclosure and La Roux. The forthcoming EP,

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Deap Vally Release "Bad For My Body" from Debut Album Sistrionix, to be Released October 8th

Deap Vally Release “Bad For My Body”

Los Angeles based rock-duo Deap Vally release their song “Bad For My Body” via iTunes today. The song was premiered yesterday. The Jess Holzworth-directed music video for “Bad For My Body” will premiere on Vevo on August 5. You Check out the song above.

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Disclousure return to The U.S. for fall tour

Disclosure Announces Fall US Tour

Guy and Howard Lawrence of the brotherly duo Disclosure, have announced their return to the US for a headlining tour this fall. Disclosure have already garnered plenty of praise for their early singles “Latch” and “White Noise”

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Deap Valley announces dates with Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Deap Vally Announces Tour Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Los Angeles’ all-female rock-duo Deap Vally have announced details of their upcoming tour, including dates with The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and dates co-headling with Free Energy. The girls will play a number of shows this spring and summer

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