Summer Walker's long-awaited debut album is a journey through the heart and soul of one of R&B's most exciting new voices. Jhene Aiko makes an appearance on the feisty anthem I'll Kill You.
This album is a reflection of coming to terms with how to find power in the face of an unfair world. These songs lead listeners past 'where happy man searches, to a place only mad women know. With the album, the hope is that women can feel less alone in their journey through the modern world. Women need each other more than they ever have; the less competition and the more inclusiveness and understanding, the better.
Caribou returns with a warm, untamable, and constantly surprising album about family and the changes people go through as those relationships evolve.
Guitarist Pat Metheny continues to the blur the boundaries between genres with his first album of new material since 2014. His latest includes the tracks You Are and American Undefined.
Rock icons Pearl Jam are back after seven years with one of 2020's most anticipated albums. Their new release includes the single Dance of the Clairvoyants.
Della Mae creates songs that mark a time of honesty and courage in today's culture. These are songs that celebrate women and stand together as a call to action to continue to do the work of change.
Billy Strings reshapes bluegrass into his own exceptional form, completely rewiring the aesthetic with elements of punk, country, folk rock, and genuine psychedelic exploration to fashion something altogether original and all his own.
Jeremy Camp delivers a comprehensive anthology of his career to date as one of the most accomplished male artists in Christian music. The project is a fifteen-track journey through some of Camp's most iconic songs.
Dan Deacon's most emotionally open record, and his most transcendent, is the result of obsessive work, play, and self-discovery. The album's eleven kaleidoscopic tracks of majestic synth-pop expand his sound with unfettered imagination and newfound vulnerability.
Originally a digital-only release, Ozuna's hit album is now available on CD. The latest from the Latin music sensation includes collaborations with Snoop Dogg, Swae Lee, Nicky Jam, Diddy, DJ Snake, and more.
Five-time Grammy nominee Matthew West is proud to release his highly anticipated new album. His writing is on full display with songs like the debut radio single The God Who Stays. Each song on the album will impact listeners and take them on an emotional journey through the stories he tells.
Conceived as a sister album to 2018's full length Swimming, this was completed with the assistance of Jon Brion, with whom Miller worked on Swimming and had been working together on this release at the time of his passing.
William Patrick Corgan (aka Billy Corgan of rock legends the Smashing Pumpkins) releases his second solo album. The 17-track album that Billy described as a 'labor of love' leans heavily toward Americana, eschewing the fuzzy guitars and letting the songs speak for themselves.
For anybody who's ever felt as if they didn't quite fit in, Sellers's masterful second album is essential listening. Sonically, it's a sweeping, epic vision made manifest in crushing, amp-busting guitar rock and delicate yet shattering widescreen ballads that form compelling frameworks for her angelic voice to take flight.
In June 2019, Monsta X became the third act from South Korea to hit the American Top 40. They keep the momentum going with a new release that includes the tracks See You Again; Monsta Truck; and Disaster.
Latin music superstar Prince Royce brings together many different sounds on his new album, which includes the singles El Clavo and Adicto, which also features Marc Anthony.
John Cale is one of music's most influential underground artists whose music has covered many styles. The Island Years features the work he did for the label in the 1970s along with b-sides and other rare tracks. -Midwest Tape
Dustin Lynch releases the follow-up to his 2017 album, Current Mood. Along with the single Ridin' Roads, the album features an appearance by Lauren Alaina on the track Thinking 'Bout You.
Drive-By Truckers are kicking off the new election year with their first new album in three and a half years. The writing on the album is inspired by the duality between the generally positive state of affairs within the band and the turbulent world outside.
Just one week after releasing After the Fire, Cody Jinks surprised fans by quickly releasing the follow-up. His second release of 2019 comes with the single Same Kind of Crazy as Me.
Grammy-winning and Brit and Mercury Prize-nominated artist La Roux returns with her first new material in five years. From the cover to the contents, this is unequivocally the album Elly always wanted to make. A claim that with some artists might ring alarm bells, but in this instance simply means that the album sounds precisely, unmistakably like La Roux.
The third release from the Grammy-winning singer features Trainor's family, including her fiance singing on every song. The lead singles off her latest are No Excuses and Let You Be Right.
In 1979, Elton John became the first Western rock star to ever perform in Russia. The show in Moscow with Ray Cooper was broadcast on BBC Radio in the UK. This is taken from the original broadcast masters, which have been remastered.
Ned LeDoux fills his album with songs that reflect his roots and honors the hard-working characters who have influenced his life, like his grandfather Bud Rhoads and his father Chris LeDoux.
Algerian chaâbi-folk icon Souad Massi begins her great comeback with her sixth studio album, her first since 2001. It is decidedly modern, with themes anchored in current events.
Stone Temple Pilots, with new vocalist Jeff Gutt, release a deeply personal album that weaves introspective lyrics and unexpected instruments together across ten songs for an emotional and musical journey.
Theory of a Deadman uses timely lyrics to create a commentary on many of the events going on in the world today. The second single, Strangers, addresses the current tension found in American politics.
Russ follows up the viral success of his single Best on Earth, and his bestselling self-help book It's All in Your Head, with his third major label album.
Leaving a lasting impression on fans with their high-octane live shows and chart-topping songwriting skills, The Cadillac Three return with their fourth studio album. They bring together elements of country, rock, and Southern folk.
A celebration of Andre Rieu's amazing career on the occasion of his 70th birthday on the first of October, 2019. A selection of twenty world-famous tunes includes Second Waltz; I Could Have Danced All Night (from My Fair Lady); Love Unspoken (from The Merry Widow), and Happy Days are Here Again.
Dance pop pioneers Pet Shop Boys show no signs of slowing down as they release a brand new album. The first single, Burning the Heather, features guitarist Bernard Butler.
Mose Allison's singular style, a unique blend of jazz and blues, his incisive humor, and knack for distilling deep themes into simple, potent lyrics made him a major influence on a generation of musicians. It didn't take much convincing for the producers to bring a host of top artists onboard, including Elvis Costello, Iggy Pop, Fiona Apple, Taj Mahal, Ben Harper, Frank Black, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, and more. Each artist chose a favorite Mose Allison song to interpret.
Cole Porter's classic musical comes back to the Broadway stage in an updated production featuring Kelli O'Hara, Will Chase, Stephanie Styles, and Corbin Bleu.
With a daring, fearless voice and a lovable personality, K. Michelle is redefining R&B and soul music. Known to millions as a cast member on the VH1 series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, K. Michelle earned acclaim for summer 2019's full-length 'hip-hopera,' K. Michelle: Rebellious Soul, The Musical. The VH1 film, directed by Golden Globe winner Idris Elba (The Wire, Luther), includes explosive, theatrical, and deeply moving renditions of such hit singles as V.S.O.P.; Damn; and Can't Raise a Man.
Carly Pearce's self-titled sophomore album, featuring the hit single I Hope You're Happy Now with Lee Brice, contains 13 new tracks produced by the acclaimed busbee.
Cats, in theaters December 20, is directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Tom Hooper (Les Miserables, The King's Speech), and stars Taylor Swift, James Corden, Judi Dench, Jason Derulo, Idris Elba, Jennifer Hudson, Ian McKellen, Rebel Wilson and Royal Ballet principal dancer Francesca Hayward. One of the longest-running shows in West End and Broadway history, the stage musical Cats includes some of Lloyd Webber's most indelible songs, including Memory.
Stokes has committed himself to using music as a vehicle for social and political change. Through his many years of working independently within what can be a difficult industry, Stokes has been continually motivated by his love of music and the people he makes it with. Chadwick Stokes is a solo artist and the songwriter behind Dispatch and State Radio. This is Stoke's third solo record and his first as a producer.
Dove Award winner Tauren Wells is back with the follow-up to his hit debut album. His latest includes the single Like You Love Me as well as appearances from Kirk Franklin and Rascal Flatts.
The popular music series is back with a new collection that features chart-topping hits from Camila Cabello, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Taylor Swift, Dan + Shay, and more. -Midwest Tape
Includes the iconic 1982 album, remastered for the very first time; promo mixes and B-sides (remastered); vault tracks recorded between November 1981 and January 1983; and a previously unreleased concert performance, Live in Detroit, November 30th 1982. -Midwest Tape
Trained in theater performance, Janelle Monae initially wanted a career on Broadway before switching to music full time. Her groundbreaking and highly anticipated sophomore set features an inventive mix of soul, funk, and rock. -Midwest Tape
Of Mice & Men show no signs of slowing down with their heaviest work to date. These songs are fast, aggressive, and sure to please old and new fans alike. It stands as their strongest release yet.
Juno Award-winning artist Grimes is back with a new album that includes the tracks My Name Is Dark; So Heavy I Fell Through the Earth; and New Gods.
Inspired by the albums he listened to in his bedroom as a kid, Louis Tomlinson bares all with his incredibly honest and personal album.
Juan Luis Guerra and his band 440 are beloved all over the world and one of the groups responsible for revitalizing tropical music. Their new album features eleven tracks, including Kitipun; Corazon Enamorado; and I Love You More.
Jazzmeia Horn's 2017 album A Social Call, which earned her a Grammy Award nomination, was a bold political statement, a call for change. Her new album is a call to action, starting with the self.
Latin pop superstar Ricardo Montaner returns with a new album that includes the tracks Vasito de Agua; Madrugada; No Me Hagas Dano; and more.
Maceo Parker, the grandmaster of funk, is back. And boy, is he ever. With his new full-length, he delivers a veritable masterpiece. Fifty-eight minutes of music, which will make listeners believe they are in the audience at a live concert. The stuff is as fresh and groovy as anything ever heard. Recorded with his 'working band,' Maceo presents a cross-section of all facets of funk.
TV audiences have been captivated by the acclaimed HBO miniseries, which chronicled the events surrounding one of the worst man-made disasters. Hildur Guonadottir's haunting score adds to the emotion in the series.
Compiled in honor of Tom Waits's 70th birthday, this is a unique amalgamation of fresh interpretations of songs by the legendary songwriter. Aimee Mann, Joseph, Patty Griffin, Rosanne Cash, Phoebe Bridgers, Corinne Bailey Rae, Angie McMahon, Courtney Marie Andrews, and more put their own unique spin on the gravel-voiced troubadour's work.
Ascending from the depths, the almighty DEATH ANGEL return to offer their latest, energy fueled masterpiece. A return to the wolves alongside a survivalist pack mentality are what fuel the powerful themes erupting from these fresh metal anthems. In a modern capitalist society where selfishness reigns and communal help and survival are things of the past, they produce sounds and symbols that point out the truths of attempting to exist safely in the present day.
The new album from Jimmy 'Duck' Holmes captures the raw, explosive sound of real Mississippi juke-joint blues today. This is an aural postcard of a typical Saturday night at Holmes's Blue Front Cafe, America's longest operating juke joint. The album is anchored by tradition, but it's also explosive, raw, and unpredictable in the moment. The adventurous 11-song set is an untamed bridge between the present and the classic sounds of the Delta.