Michael McDonald, one of the most iconic and memorable voices in music, releases his first set of original material in seventeen years.
The sixth studio album from Miley Cyrus has a more positive, folk-infused sound and also includes the two released singles, Malibu and Inspired.
Najee's follow-up to his chart-topping You, Me and Forever explores the world of sensuality and romance, interspersed with some spirited grooves that have made him a favorite the world over.
Electronic music pioneer Gary Numan releases the follow-up to his 2013 album Splinter (Songs from a Broken Mind). It is a concept album that dives into a post-apocalyptic world where the planet has been turned into a desert wasteland.
Kip Moore has hit his creative stride with his third studio album. The first single, More Girls Like You, has quickly made its way to the top twenty on the country radio charts.
Follow up album to the 2015 Everyday Jesus.
Gracie and Rachel are a study in duality: light and dark, classical training with a pop sensibility, Californians in New York. Their music pits anxiety and tension against an almost serene self-assurance on their self-titled debut. Their music is a compelling juxtaposition of Gracie's piano and lead vocals and Rachel's violin and voice, augmented with stark percussion. The nine orchestral-pop songs tell a story that's rooted in the truth but retain an enigmatic air that makes them relatable.
In February 1995, Selena took to the stage for what would be her final concert. This CD/DVD set includes performances from that night, including live versions of Bidi Bidi Bom Bom; Si Una Vez; and Cobarde.
As a young boy, Grammy-winning children's artist Dan Zanes was drawn to the music of Lead Belly in all of its magic, imagination, and mystery. This discovery completely changed his view of the world and his place in it. Zanes now presents a fresh vision of Lead Belly's music for a new generation with a little help from his friends. Experience Lead Belly's songs through a new lens as Dan Zanes, Valerie June, Chuck D., Billy Bragg, Aloe Blacc, and many others celebrate an American musical icon.
Grammy Award winning composer/musician Chip Davis, the brains behind Mannheim Steamroller, turns 70 in September. He thought it would be groovy to release his latest work on his birthday. This is the first original album that he has done in several years that is close in concept to the Fresh Aire series.
Features Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders' adventurous rock-jazz-R&B fusion performance from August 11th, 1974 at Keystone in Berkeley, CA with John Kahn on bass, Martin Fierro on saxophone and flute, and Grateful Dead's Bill Kreutzmann on drums. While the evening's setlist focuses mainly on standards, the approach is anything but regular or straight. It showcases their ability to reimagine standards through inventive arrangements and fiery virtuosity permeated with soul.
LCD Soundsystem makes their much-heralded return by releasing their first new album since 2011. Among the tracks on the long-awaited album are Call the Police; American Dream; and Tonite.
A bold record of vision and purpose, inspired by and dwelling in a sensory and imaginative experience. It's a reinvention of sorts, both musically and personally, a sort of cosmic worldview shift.
From Andrew & Polly's radical podcast for kids comes this collection of quirky, eclectic, and addictive earworms. There are also appearances from Mista Cookie Jar, Lil'J, Izzy, and Kalinga.
With this collection, Laurie Berkner has taken fourteen of her most beloved songs and transformed them into dance songs that will delight and appeal to audiences of all ages. -Midwest Tape
KMFDM quickly follows up the release of their YEAH EP with a brand new album, which showcases the band's innovative and influential mix of electronic music and heavy metal. -Midwest Tape
Oh Wonder wrote their entire sophomore album in New York and London. It was entirely composed, produced, and mixed by the duo. The first single also serves as the title track.
The Killers are back with their fifth studio album, which includes the alternative rock hit single The Man.
Van Morrison simultaneously hand-picked a selection of rhythm and blues classics, and recorded a set of new self-written songs. It's an album that features raw, intimate interpretations of some of the cornerstones of rock'n'roll alongside five new numbers.
Joan Osborne releases her sizable gifts as a vocalist and interpreter upon the Bard's celebrated canon. The seven-time Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter winds her supple, soulful voice around Dylan's poetic, evocative lyrics, etching gleaming new facets in them along the way.
With contributions from friends and compatriots, including The McCrary Sisters, Buddy Miller, and Jackson Browne, the final studio album from rock legend Gregg Allman is a true testament to a legendary career.
The third album from gospel songstress Anita Wilson musically illustrates the church experience, from the signature Chicago traditional bump to the jazzy, smooth, contemporary grooves that listeners have come to know and love from Wilson.
ACM Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett releases his highly anticipated third studio album. Along with the single Unforgettable, there are collaborations with Maren Morris and Rhett Akins.
Actor Bill Murray met cellist Jan Vogler on a trans-Atlantic flight. The two struck up a friendship and soon had the idea to work together on a project. Now that project, a combination of music and narration, is being released.
The latest in the series features artists such as Andy Black, State Champs, Dance Gavin Dance, and Amity Affliction covering Billboard top ten hits like the Weeknd's Can't Feel My Face and Shawn Mendes's Stitches. Also includes a Fearless Records Sampler disc.
Fans of the Disney Channel's popular Descendants films can feel like they are the star with karaoke versions of the most popular songs from Descendants and Descendants 2. Includes vocal versions of all tracks.
In 2015, Chris Janson released his debut album, Buy Me a Boat. The title track would go on to become one of the biggest hits of the year in country. Now the singer-songwriter is releasing his sophomore album.
Ringo Starr releases the follow-up to his 2015 album, Postcards from Paradise. It features ten new songs, including the title track, as well as new versions of four of his classics, including Back Off Boogaloo.
Four time Grammy nominee Boney James lays it all out there with his latest album, serving as an affirmation in the power of music. It also features guest vocals from Avery Sunshine and Eric Robertson.
With their second album, Jupiter and Okwess transcend the Congo's unexplored musical heritage and dive into a pool of modernity. Features guest contributions from Damon Albarn of Blur and Gorillaz, Band Seeds' Warren Ellis and Massive Attack's Robert del Naja.
Nine Inch Nail's five song collection is the second in a series of three related EPs, following 2016's Not The Actual Events.
The debut album from 23-year-old Roc Nation phenomenon Vic Mensa is a culmination of his life experiences, woven into one genius narrative. With production from Pharrell Williams, No I.D., and 1500 or Nothin, plus guest appearances from the likes of Ty Dolla $ign, Saul Williams, and Chief Keef, Vic Mensa has crafted an intensely intimate sonic memoir.
Country superstar Toby Keith is back with the follow-up to his 2015 album 35 MPH Town. His latest includes the single Wacky Tobaccy as well as live recordings of Weed with Willie and Get Out of My Car.
Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers come together for their third album together. The first single, Caroline, takes a look at a difficult breakup.
Includes the single Baby It's You.
Loretta Lynn's follow-up to her Grammy-nominated Full Circle mixes new compositions with newly imagined versions of her timeless classics, including Coal Miner's Daughter. It shows that her songwriting is as sharp as ever.
All twenty of The Doors' U.S. singles, along with their corresponding B-sides, are brought together in a collection that showcases their groundbreaking, genre-blending sound.
The National release their seventh studio album, which comes four years after the release of their acclaimed Trouble Will Find Me. Their latest includes the tracks Guilty Party and The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness.
Old Dominion follows up the success of their breakthrough debut album with a highly anticipated sophomore release. Along with the single No Such Thing as a Broken Heart, it includes a collaboration with Little Big Town on Stars in the City.
Fall Out Boy release their seventh studio album, which follows up their hit album American Beauty/American Psycho. It includes the single Champion, as well as the song Young and Menace.
Includes the songs Wings; Wildwood; Chocolate Song; and more.
Since their triple-Platinum debut album, Horse Of A Different Color, Big Kenny and John Rich have kept the faith, ramped up their groove, taken an occasional break for solo projects and come back with both guitars blazing. Their run as the ultimate good-time country music duo continues and the title pretty much tells their story.
Brian McKnight returns with an album that delivers a modern take on his classic sound. The first single, Forever, is already making its way up the charts.
Judy Collins and Stephen Stills -- Together at last! Two folk legends of Laurel Canyon's countercultural music scene join forces on this gorgeous album of all new recordings! Features captivating versions of classic tunes by fellow folk icons Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen plus a few of their own compositions! -Amazon
The first new Queens of the Stone Age album since their chart-topping 2013 release ...Like Clockwork is produced by Mark Ronson. The sonic signatures that took them around the world and back are here and as unmistakable as ever.
The seventh album from gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello finds the nine-piece multi-cultural band in top form, an aural party of violins, accordions, trumpet, and marimba amongst the standard rock basics of guitars, drum, and bass.
The fourth full-length album from the War on Drugs serves as the follow-up to the acclaimed 2014 release Lost in the Dream. The first single, Thinking of a Place, was originally released as an exclusive for Record Store Day.
Iron & Wine's album brims with surprise flourishes, classic touches, and an appealing confidence that is evident on songs like Call It Dreaming.
Singer-songwriter Jack Johnson returns with his first new studio album in four years. The first single, My Mind Is for Sale, was spotlighted on Rolling Stone's website.
By 1939 Marian Anderson was feted worldwide, but a concert planned for Washington's Constitution Hall was blocked for one reason: she was black. With Eleanor Roosevelt's support the concert took place instead on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. The Copenhagen Concert is a further triumph. Held in especially high regard in Scandinavia, Anderson basks in the audience's affection. -Midwest Tape