Canadian composer and multi-instrumentalist Nick Storring relies heavily on percussion and “found” instruments on his latest experimental excursion.
Singer-songwriter Steve Dawson magnificently blends Americana with classic pop on his latest album, At the Bottom of a Canyon in the Branches of a Tree.
As Koeosaeme, experimental artist Ryu Yoshizawa’s latest album is infused with the inspiration of Southeast Asian folk music, giving it a more layered sound.
The latest collaboration between Winston Cook-Wilson and Ryan Weiner, “Coast” mixes pandemic-era dread with funky, irresistible beats.
Indie-folk trio Bandits on the Run’s Now Is the Time is an eclectic collection of songs full of unabashed mirth and gentle contemplation.
Celebrated jazz singer Abbey Lincoln’s landmark 1959 album marked a distinctive turning point in her career. It’s a welcome addition to jazz fans’ collection.
The latest solo album from experimental guitarist Jessica Ackerley is an adventurous tribute to two recently departed mentors.
In this recent installment of Bloomsbury’s 33 ⅓ series, critic Annie Zaleski brilliantly dissects one of the most iconic albums of the ‘80s: Duran Duran’s ‘Rio’.
Sure, you can celebrate Bob Dylan’s 80th birthday with one of his classic albums, but why not try one of these other sides of Robert Allen Zimmerman instead?