The Grammy Award-winning duo embarks on the experience of a lifetime as Joe Mailanderana and Justin Lansing celebrate the spirit of the winter season on their latest full-length studio album. Following their critically acclaimed Adventure Album Series. the Okee Dokee Brothers release an exuberant yet introspective collection of sixteen original songs exploring the wonders and beauty of winter.
On the follow-up to their breakthrough 2016 album Sea of Noise, St. Paul & the Broken Bones combine classic rock and soul with a few modern-day touches. It includes the track Apollo.
The 2018 film Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury. Defying stereotypes and shattering convention, Mercury became one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet. The film traces the meteoric rise of the band with their iconic songs and revolutionary sound through to Live Aid, becoming of the greatest performances in the history of rock music.
As career trajectories are measured, Red Shahan has covered a lot of ground since he began haunting the Lubbock club circuit a decade ago. The red-headed troubadour quickly hit his stride and built a loyal audience organically, from the ground up. Shahan's now poised to reach an even bigger audience with the release of his sophomore album on Thirty Tigers. But as the new album's title track makes clear, Shahan is still rooted heart and soul in the West Texas earth from which he sprang.
Behind her commanding and versatile voice, sharp guitar playing, and adept songwriting, Ruby Boots confidently maneuvers past the whirlwinds life has tossed on her occasionally lost highway. It's an album of hope, breakthrough, and handling the unknown challenges around the next bend.
The songs of this album are a continuation and culmination of Minus the Bear's diverse sounds. The uptempo drumbeats, lush electronics, and nimble guitar work that initially set them apart are on full display here.
Loma's enigmatic debut feels beautifully adrift in time and space. It's an album that takes you to a place you've never been, with a rare confidence in the strength of its own vision.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of NOW That's What I Call Music! comes a commemorative CD featuring the biggest tracks from the history of the most successful multi-label, multi-artist recorded music franchise in US history.
Music's chart-topping series delivers another collection of hits.
Engelbert Humperdinck's brand new Christmas album. It is his first Christmas album in almost forty years.
A collection of material that began about three years ago. The six song EP features songs that were part of the writing phase for their previous album Beast Epic; but went unfinished.
Richard Thompson's new album is the artist's first self-produced record in over a decade. It is a stripped down, bare bones recording and, according to Thompson, the album is a reflection of current events that have happened in his life. The album was recorded at Boulevard Recording in Los Angeles, California and each track is in analog, with minimal overdubbing. The album thirteen tracks is as much about growth as it is about reflection.
Includes the current single 'When The Curtain Falls,' which is approaching top five airplay at Active Rock radio and is building Alternative radio.
Includes the songs Country Girl; Worth The Wait; One Of These Days' and more.
A further celebration of Nick Mason and his undeniably significant contribution to music. -Midwest Tape
The life and career of Donna Summer are vividly celebrated in this Tony Award-nominated musical. Here the cast performs some of her most iconic hits, including I Feel Love; MacArthur Park; Hot Stuff; and Last Dance.
A 21st century boy band comprised of social media stars Daniel Seavey, Zach Herron, Corbyn Besson, Jonah Marais, and Jack Avery.
Drawing inspiration from a worldwide climate of political and social uncertainty the band transplanted themselves in Utah's vivid natural landscape. The deep burnt-orange rocks and canyons became touchstones as the band formed the sonic landscapes on the 11 song musical tapestry.
There's a newfound wisdom, to this album, a deeper well for all that livin'. The magic of Matthew Houck's music has always been the way he weaves shimmering, almost golden sounding threads through elemental, salt of the Earth sounds. It's not experimental, exactly, but it's singular and it's definitely not traditional.
Tori Kelly releases a compelling collection of songs sure to uplift and encourage audiences everywhere. Produced by Kirk Franklin, this honors her lifelong passion for gospel music while showcasing the heartfelt lyrics and passionate vocals for which she has become known and celebrated.
Amy Ray, one half of Grammy-winning folk duo Indigo Girls, releases her sixth solo album. Featuring fourteen original tracks, it is inspired by traditional country, Southern rock, mountain music, gospel, and bluegrass.
Recorded live at the Greek Theatre, Los Angeles.
Across two decades, Alkaline Trio has built a reputation as a defining act in punk rock's modern era. It's been five years since their last studio album, but with this album they prove that good, new music is worth the wait.
David Guetta's long-awaited seventh studio album will contain 27 tracks on two sides, fifteen pop songs and twelve dance/electronic songs. It is a robust body of work, featuring new singles from a mix of incredible vocalists including Nicki Minaj, Jess Glynne, Lil Uzi Vert, Sia, Jason Derulo, G-Eazy, Anne-Marie, Bebe Rexha, and more.
The soundtrack album for Season 2 of Netflix's critically acclaimed series, 13 Reasons Why. It is the follow-up album to last year's season one soundtrack, and is releasing in line with the series' season 2 release. The album features Selena Gomez, OneRepublic featuring Logic, Billie Eilish featuring Khalid, Yungblud featuring Charlotte Lawrence, Colouring, Lord Huron featuring Phoebe Bridgers, and more. -Midwest Tape
Former Journey frontman Steve Perry returns to the spotlight after a nearly 25-year absence. His new album includes the single No Erasin', as well as a cover of the Beatles classic I Need You. -Midwest Tape
After three years, Coheed and Cambria come roaring back with the highly anticipated follow-up to their 2015 album, The Color Before the Sun. Along with the title track, it includes the songs Love Protocol; Lucky Stars; and All on Fire. -Midwest Tape
The first official collection of music from the hit animated series includes 24 tracks that have been featured through three seasons. There are also two new tracks by Chad VanGaalen that are inspired by show.
Since their appearance on the CMT reality series Can You Duet, Joey + Rory have been one of country music's most beloved duos. This collection features songs that brought out the best in these sweethearts' lives and careers.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga remake the 1973 original 'A Star Is Born' film. The soundtrack includes 34 tracks of music, ranging from Americana/Acoustic to Pop, and scene dialogue from the movie. Rather than covers from the previous films, the album will feature original songs from Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper and duets by both. The new music highlights Lady Gaga's artistry, giving a fresh take on this classic.
The Voidz, which feature Julian Casablancas from the Strokes, release their first new album in nearly four years. The fifteen tracks on here herald the return of a reinvigorated band and feature their most incredible work to date.
Released digitally in August, Travis Scott's third solo album has won widespread acclaim from both critics and fans. The video for the single Stop Trying to be God has also been making headlines for its memorable visuals.
As the title suggests, this album focuses on Billy F. Gibbons's lifelong love of blues and rock, showcasing the blues-influenced vocals and guitar licks that have together served as the foundation for his five-decades-long career, including ZZ Top.
Batiste dives deep into his own personal and cultural heritage, weaving an intimate and emotional tapestry out of original material and American standards that carries the listener from the early jazz of New Orleans to the present day.
Caroline Rose decided to put out an album about misogyny, unplanned pregnancy, capitalism, anxiety, loneliness, and death, and wrap such depressing subject matter in a sprightly, angsty pop burrito. Because it is hard being serious all the time and sometimes sad songs just need a cocktail.
Jekalyn Carr's latest release carries a strong theme as well as her passion to inspire people to live blessed. It also features the top ten gospel hit You Will Win.
Eric Clapton's first ever full-length studio holiday album. It mixes instantly recognizable holiday classics with lesser-known unique titles and an original new song. -Midwest Tape
Kurt Vile's first record in three years, the eclectic and electrifying album that he recorded at various studios around the country over two very busy years. -Midwest Tape
Real magic happens when a cranked guitar chord, wailing harmonica, saucybeat, and soulful vocal conjure up a psychedelic scene, a warm family memory, or a romance gone wrong (or right, for that matter). Blues Traveler proudly continue this tradition on their thirteenth full length album. -Midwest Tape
For the soundtrack to her Hallmark Original film, LeAnn Rimes performs three brand new songs, as well as a selection of holiday classics including White Christmas. -Midwest Tape
Along with capturing their on stage appeal, the latest from Cloud Nothings features a sharp return to form with an unhinged, feverish, and guitar heavy sound. -Midwest Tape
Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter Chris Tomlin releases the follow up to his 2016 album Never Lose Sight. It includes the new single Nobody Loves Me Like You. -Midwest Tape
Disturbed makes good on the promise of the title of their newest album. The group unwaveringly cling to the uncompromising spirit that solidified them, while boldly progressing at the same time. Reteaming with producer Kevin Churko, the musicians David Draiman, Dan Donegan, Mike Wengren, and John Moyer retain their signature thunderous grooves and hypnotic heaviness as they further refine their ambitious melodies. -Midwest Tape
The best of their best is definitely on this album. Featuring 16 A-side tracks, 3 B-side tracks, and their number one hit My Little Town. -Midwest Tape
A calm, nostalgic album which feels like a sweet, hazy dream but with endless layers of musical and lyrical innovation, defiantly British sensibilities became the foundation of generations of British guitar pop. God Save The Village Green! -Midwest Tape
Turned down Lady Gaga tunes that will have little listeners off to dreamland, and parents in applause.
A two CD set that contains a collection of 34 of Aretha Franklin's songs that have been remastered. The album includes some of her classic hits such as Respect; A Natural Woman; Chain of Fools; and many more.
Young children learn best by doing, and Hap Palmer's songs invite active involvement in mastering a wealth of vocabulary. Music, movement, and social interaction come together in a joyous celebration of learning.
The soundtrack the box office topping film features a mix of classic and contemporary music including covers of Material Girl; Yellow; and Money (That's What I Want). Featured artists include Kina Grannis, Jasmine Chen, and Awkwafina.
The one and only Cher releases a new album of all ABBA hits. The Oscar, Emmy, and Grammy Award-winning icon was inspired to record the album following her stunning performance in the recently-released mega-hit film Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
The mainstay influences of golden-era soul remain strong as well, here recalibrated to bemoan infidelity on 'Fool' and rail against corporate vampires on 'Teeth In My Neck'.
Part of the Disney Music series. The new album features some of the best Disney classic songs from all time including favorites such as You're Welcome; from Moana, A Whole New World; from Aladdin, and more! -Midwest Tape
The soundtrack to the iconic Peanuts animated TV special makes its way onto CD for the first time ever. It features all the music from Grammy Award winning composer Vince Guaraldi. -Midwest Tape
The latest from Elvis Costello & The Imposters is beautiful in its simplicity, reflective in its lyrical vision, surrounded by melodies and orchestrations that are nothing short of heavenly. Also includes collaborations with Burt Bacharach. -Midwest Tape
Twenty One Pilots shook the world with the release of their 2015 LP Blurryface. Now three years later, the duo have returned to write the next chapter of their story with their highly anticipated new studio album. -Midwest Tape
Complete and unedited, the recordings of Aretha Franklin sound even better in this two-disc live performance recording collection. -Midwest Tape
Robin, Cyborg, Beast Boy, Starfire, and Raven make their way onto the big screen with an exciting and action packed soundtrack, which includes a remix of Lil Yachty's Go.
Beginning with their first performances in the early 1970s, the Manhattan Transfer has become the cornerstone of contemporary music. The group's new album draws inspiration in part from the Transfer's classic 1975 version of Glenn Miller's Tuxedo Junction.
Eleven tracks from Alt-J's third album, Relaxer, are reinterpreted from a variety of hip-hop artists and producers including Pusha T, Twin Shadow, Alchemist, Danny Brown, and more. -Midwest Tape
The thirtieth studio album from Rod Stewart highlights his songwriting roots while delivering a set of deeply personal songs, like the first single Didn't I. From Motown style soul to acoustic folk, the album covers a variety of sonic styles. -Midwest Tape
Tony Bennett and Diana Krall celebrate their shared love of the music of George and Ira Gershwin on their collaborative album. -Midwest Tape
After releasing Stripped in 2016, which saw her pay homage to her influences, Macy Gray returns with her tenth studio album. Among the tracks is the new single Sugar Daddy. -Midwest Tape
Reprise Records release a career-spanning Tom Petty box set. The 60-track set unveils dozens of previously unreleased recordings, alternate versions of classic songs, rarities, historic live performances and deep tracks that spotlight Petty's remarkable depth and evolution as a revered and tremendously influential songwriter, recording artist and performer. This marks the first release of Tom Petty music since the artist's tragic passing in October 2017. -Midwest Tape