Gord Downie follows up his Polaris Prize-nominated album Secret Path with a brand new double solo album, where each song shares a personal story about different people. -Midwest Tape
After two years, Jeezy returns with the follow-up to Trap or Die, which made it to number one on the Billboard album charts. He announced its release through an unforgettable video on social media. - Midwest Tape
Four years after releasing The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem makes his heralded return with a new album. Along with Walk on Water, his collaboration with Beyonce, Eminem is joined by Ed Sheeran, Pink, Alicia Keys, Skylar Grey, and Kehlani. -Midwest Tape
My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James returns with Tribute To 2, a collection of cover songs that reverberate with hope and blur the boundaries of time and genre. James interprets songs made famous by a wide variety of artists including songs from The Beach Boys, Sonny and Cher, Dianne Izzo, Ray Noble and Al Bowlly, Elvis Presley, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Emerson Lake and Palmer, Abey Lincoln and Irving Berlin. -Amazon.com
Rick Springfield travels down a dusty dirt road to explore the blues side of his rock 'n roll.
Maranatha! Music's newest release from the successful Top 25 series is a two-disc set featuring the most popular praise and worship songs from the '80s to today including I Love You, Lord; Open The Eyes Of My Heart; The Heart Of Worship; How Great Is Our God; and Revelation Song.
A seven-track soundtrack featuring musical performances from Poppy, Branch and the rest of the cast that appear in the half-hour television special, Dreamworks Trolls Holiday. Includes performances from Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick.
Tom Chaplin, lead singer for the British rock group Keane, returns with a stunning collection of eight original songs and four inventive covers.
Following his successful debut album, and his appearance on the hit single See You Again, Charlie Puth releases his sophomore album. It includes the new hits How Long and Attention.
With her ukulele named Bow, Emily Arrow sings some of her favorite wintery tunes that celebrate Christmas, Hanukah, friendship, snow, yetis, trains, and all things winter.
The top gospel music compilation series returns with a new set that includes hits from Marvin Sapp, Jermaine Dolly, Todd Dulaney, CeCe Winans, and many more.
A mind-blowing list of superstar artists creates original and genre-defying tracks for the new Will Smith film. Included are tracks from Logic, Rag 'n' Bone Man, Snoop Dogg, Neil Young, Sam Hunt, and more.
A reunion of two musical titans, and a creative partnership that dates back to the early days when Steve Gadd was one of the first drummers.
Phillip Phillips returns with his first album in three years. It features the singles Miles and Magnetic.
Rescued from the vaults and being heard for the first time anywhere. Includes songs such as It All Depends on You; Cry Me a River; The Angels Sing; and more.
Featuring the joy, hope and attitude of celebration that fans have come to expect, Rend Collective releases their sixth studio album. It is full of worship anthems that explore the depths of grace and the power of reconciliation.
Twenty-five years after its release, Whitney Houston's big-screen debut is celebrated with the release of a brand new collection of live and studio recordings of songs featured in the film.
Barbara Streisand's triumphant concert tour that captures the iconic songstress culminating her thirteen city tour in Miami, Florida. This deluxe edition includes the entire concert performance and all of her dialogue.
First Aid Kit follows up the release of their acclaimed 2014 debut, Stay Gold, with their sophomore album. Here they collaborate with amazing musicians including R.E.M.'s Peter Buck, Wilco's Glenn Kotche, and Midlake's McKenzie Smith.
Following her critically acclaimed Floodplain, this album includes songs carefully selected from Sara Groves's personal list of hymns, with each song having provided a source of healing and comfort to the singer-songwriter throughout the years.
Iron Maiden releases a brand new live album, recorded during their hugely successful sold-out Book of Souls tour, which began in February 2016. During the tour the band played to well over two million fans in 36 countries.
An awe-inducing tumult of head down forward drive and top tier hard rock, this mashes sci-fi and hi-fi, rocketing The Atomic Bitchwax into the outer reashes of the modern day heavy music universe. -Midwest Tape
Linkin Park pays homage to lead singer Chester Bennington by releasing an album featuring highlights from their 2017 summer concert tour, which would become their final tour with him before his passing.
The music that Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein have created for the hit sci-fi series has become just as popular as the show itself. Now the duo releases the score from the show's second season.
Fourteen-time Grammy Award winner Jerry Douglas merges jazz inclinations with bluegrass, country, blues, rock, and soul to forge a sound that flies beyond the boundaries of anything that has ever been done before.
Follow-up album to Glen Hansard's 2015 album Didn't He Ramble, including songs such as Roll on Slow; Lucky Man; Wreckless Heart; and more.
Grammy Award winner, and season three winner of BET's Sunday Best, Le'Andria Johnson releases her major label debut. It includes the new single All I Got.
The the highly anticipated follow-up to Christian McBride Big Band's 2011 Grammy Award winning debut, The Good Feeling, puts his status and skills as an all-around entertainer on full display.
Travis Greene takes to the stage for an emotional and electrifying live album that includes performances of Have Your Way; Be Still; and Forever Amen. There are also appearances from Geoffrey Golden, Hailey Kiteley, and Dante Bowe.
Critically acclaimed vocalist Cecile McLorin Salvant takes another big leap forward with the follow-up to her Grammy Award-winning 2015 album For One to Love.
In this project, Matthew West shifts from telling the stories of others to sharing stories of his own life. He explores the idea of what it means to go all in with his family, faith, and friends.
Following their Grammy winning album, Sing Me Home, The Silkwood Ensemble and Yo-Yo Ma return with music for Ken Burns and Lynn Novick's documentary. This features new arrangements of traditional Vietnamese songs.
New album from Nahko, his first solo album under his name. Nahko has built a rabid grass-roots fan base performing with his band Medicine for the People.
Joe Satriani's 16th studio album is What Happens Next, a high-energy album that takes the legendary guitarist s skills to exciting new heights. -Amazon.com
Olsen has refused to succumb to a single genre, expectation, or vision. Impossible to pin down, Olsen navigates the world with her remarkable, symphonic voice and a propensity for narrative, her music growing into whatever shape best fits to tell the story. Collection of Olsen's work culled from the past several years, including a number of never-before-released tracks.
Franz Ferdinand's album is as exuberant as it is euphoric, bursting with fresh ideas born of what Alex Kapranos calls aggressive sonic experimentation.
Squeeze, the veteran British pop band led by Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford, returns with their fifteenth album. It includes the single Innocence in Paradise.
Features sixteen tracks for kids' yoga, including three relaxation tracks for mindfulness and rest.