The debut album from the country artist and songwriter who, prior to recording herself, penned songs for Darius Rucker, Sheryl Crow, and the Band Perry. The characters in Clark's songs and their individual troubles combine to make a clear-eyed document of everyday life in the 21st century.
Brooklyn Babylon is the highly-anticipated second release from acclaimed, Grammy-nominated Darcy James Argue and his steampunk big band Secret Society. The album collects the music from Argue's multimedia project of the same name; a collaboration with visual artist Danijel Zezelj..
The third album from Sarah Jarosz shows why she is an acoustic phenomenon, as it is filled with her striking musical voice. It shows a compelling portrait of an artist coming into her own as she begins a new chapter in her career.
Anamanaguchi is a boy band made up of hackers and producers born and raised on the internet, currently living in Brooklyn, NY. An album about Reality and Dreams, being young and searching for agency in an infinite existence.
Primus' Les Claypool unites with friend Bryan Kehoe for a new project that focuses on the rootsy and Americana side of things. It explores sounds created by such artists as Jerry Reed, Bob Willis, and Eddy Cochran.
The Compton-based hip-hop artist's major label debut release features guest appearances from Jay Rock, Drake, MC Eiht, and Anna Wise, as well as Lamar's mentor and one of the album's executive producers, Dr. Dre.
Amy Ray, one half of the Grammy winning Indigo Girls, releases her first solo country album. It's an old school Southern music collection that ranges from traditional country and honky-tonk to gospel and Appalachian music.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Lykke Li brings her enchanted and haunting musical style to her third album, which serves as the follow up to 2011's Wounded Rhythms and includes the track No Rest For the Wicked.
Legendary singer-songwriter Leon Russell adds another chapter to his illustrious career with an album that also serves as a personal journey through his life story. It is executive produced by Elton John, who Russell collaborated with for 2010's The Union.
Ashley Monroe shares compelling stories through memorable songs that avoid some of the trappings of contemporary music by sticking to the basics. It also includes You Ain't Dolly (And You Ain't Porter), which features Blake Shelton.
Recorded in just a single day, their debut record, Moon Hooch, gives the listener a taste of what's to come for these guys. They seamlessly blend house, dubstep, drum & bass, and jazz into a style that is uniquely Moon Hooch: cave music.
Pusha T has been known as one of the best lyricists in the rap world, as well as for being one half of the Clipse. Now, after appearing on albums for such artists as Kanye West, he makes his debut as a solo artist.
Future Islands' romantic synth sound scales new heights with On the Water, the Baltimore trio's most ambitious and fully realized statement yet. Built around a song cycle exploring love, loss and memory, their latest album finds the band continuing to deliver pounding rhythms, swelling melodies, and undeniable hooks - but finding new ways to probe inner space and tug at hearts.
One True Vine, the second collaboration between Mavis Staples and Wilco's Jeff Tweedy, is both a continuation of the Grammy winning You Are Not Alone as well as an evolution. New songs mix with '70s classics for an album that is at once darker and more uplifting.
Vocalist, musician and Tennessee native Valerie June releases her debut project, Pushin' Against a Stone. The album has already received significant buzz with its recent European release, where it's earning critical and commercial success.
Lang Lang, one of the world's most acclaimed pianists, has already had a busy 2014 that included a Grammy performance with Metallica. Now he brings his incredible skill to a selection of works by Rachmaninov.
Gov't Mule returns with their first album in four years. Shout's second disc shines a beam on a guest list of famed interpreters, who each delivered an alternate vocal performance of one of the first disc's new Gov't Mule tunes.
New Orleans's Hurray for the Riff Raff continues to blend together elements of rock, country, and Americana with the release of their fifth album. Each of the twelve songs is supported by a vivid cast of Crescent City musicians.
Rhye fortuitously came together in late 2010 with the intention of collaborating on a remix but the obvious chemistry and mutual respect between artists metamorphsized into a completely new project. Their sound brings together elements of their modern cultural aesthetics mixed with an homage to classic sensibilities.
Features songs with a universal theme that seek to create a feeling of wonder at the greatness of the planet and the universe. Blends harmonies with exotic instruments such as the bamboo flute, the African xylophone, the mandolin, and tablas.
Winner of the 2011 Parents' Choice Award for Television, Nickelodeon's Fresh Beat Band continues to solve problems the old-fashioned way: by singing and dancing! Shout, Twist, Marina, and Kiki are four best friends in a band who go to music school together and love to sing and dance.
Recess Music is proud to present Growing Veggie Soup, the next installment in the Celebrate Earth Music Series. The thirteen songs were picked for their focus on educating kids about gardening and sustainable farming practices.
For her first children's album, folk artist Alice DiMicele brought together a collection of original animal songs along with a select group of standards and contemporary classics from the Grateful Dead and Bob Marley.