John Carpenter is a legend. As the director and composer behind dozens of classic movies, Carpenter has established a reputation as one of the greatest filmmakers in the history of modern cinema, as well as one of its most influential musicians. This compilation collects thirteen classic themes from Carpenter's illustrious career together on one volume for the first time
Three years after the release of their debut album, which spawned the hit single Stolen Dance, Milky Chance returns. Their sophomore album includes the new hit single Cocoon, which has already hit the top 25 at alternative radio.
On his latest album, Lee Brice shares songs with themes about family, love, traditions, the ties that bind, and the ideals of quality and hard work, all wrapped up in rich tones, textured instrumentation, and his evocative vocals.
Maestro Miguel Harth-Bedoya leads the Norwegian Radio Orchestra in a vibrant program of orchestral music by contemporary composers hailing from Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia, and Chile. The program features eight world premiere recordings including Diego Vegas's Musica Muisca and Agustin Fernandez's La Caravana.
For their third album, Radiohead adds electronica and eerie sounds to the rock mix, creating one of the most innovative albums of the decade. The Grammy-winning album includes the rock hit Karma Police.
Midland intentionally nods to the wild west with country music reminiscent of the 1970s and '80s, channeling idols Dwight Yoakam and Willie Nelson, both legends whom they previously opened for on the road.
London's Akercocke has reunited with Peaceville Records to unleash the band's sixth full-length album, "Renaissance In Extremis." Mixed by legendary studio guru Neil Kernon (Nile, Deicide) and mastered by Alan Douches (Death, Misfits, Cro-Mags) at West West Side Music, the disc is nothing short of a new dawn for these most eccentric of extremists.
In the past, country superstars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have performed live together on their Soul II Soul Tour. Now they are releasing their first album together, which includes the popular title track.
Franck Tortiller, Huong Thanh reclaims the world of jazz. Here she is back in Saigon, the metropolis of her birth, revisiting the repertoire of a time bubbling with a new creativity constructed around the western style. Their dual vision transcends this atmosphere, erasing the outdated grandiloquence of old, to restore only the imperishable poetry to the nostalgic wave of the soul.
With great anticipation, Kelela's debut album emerges as an epic portrait of an artist spanning the past and future of R&B. In her hands, however, the genre knows no boundaries and so this album exists as an absolutely singular and fearless addition to a canon of recent classics.
A lush and lovely album offering beguiling masterpieces for cello and orchestra by Russia's most revered composer, played to perfection by the musical team of renowned Russian-American cellist Nina Kotova, with the legendary Russian maestro Vladimir Fedoseyev leading Moscow's Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra.
Walk the Moon continues their upward trajectory, which blasted off with the 2015 smash hit Shut Up and Dance, with their third album. Upon its release, the first single, One Foot, became one of the most added songs on alternative radio.
Meklit collaborates with Grammy Award winning songwriter and producer Dan Wilson on an album that is built on her jazz-steeped working band. There are also appearances from Andrew Bird and the Preservation Hall Horns.
The second album from young singer-songwriter Stella Swanson is full of catchy songs that were created by kids for kids. Along with the title track, it includes the songs I Send Love; Sweet Home Home; and Bamboo Tree.
A fun-filled children's album that takes the listener from the start to the end of the day with songs inspired from the artist's unique interpretation of his everyday experience with his own kids. The record features special guest Lisa Loeb.