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Sing to the Moon

Mvula, Laura, composer, performer.

CD M MVULA

Artist Laura Mvula debuted with this album Sing to the Moon winning MOBO awards in the categories of Best Female Act and Best R&B or Soul Artist. Sing to the Moon standout tracks include Green Garden, That’s Alright and the album title track Sing to the Moon. “Almost all of the material is as serious and as refined as it is majestic, with vocal showcases and hushed-belted dynamics galore. ...Sing to the Moon marks the arrival of a unique and major talent -- one with a commanding voice seemingly from another dimension -- who should be worth watching for many years to come.” Andy Kellman AllMusic

Suggested by Brian


Fire within

Birdy, 1996-, composer, performer.

CD MR BIRDY

Fire Within features original songs written by Birdy (Jasmine van den Bogaerde) in collaboration with talented songwriters, including Dan Wilson (Adele), Rich Costey (Muse, Arctic Monkeys) and Mumford and Sons pianist Ben Lovett. This second album release shows this 17 year old progressing from a successful self-titled debut album of covers to a solid confidence in her own talent both in singing and songwriting.

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Bach a strange beauty

Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750.

CD DP BAC1742

A mixed program offering music for solo piano, piano and orchestra, and choral music arranged for piano. Appealing to a mainstream audience that accepts modernizing Bach and enjoys hearing the full sonorities of a piano. "What's striking about Dinnerstein is that she plays Bach as if she's never heard it before. From the first ponderous low notes of the chorale arrangement that opens the album, she compels the listener to follow her in a journey of discovery filled with unscheduled detours. " Ashalen Sims NPR Music

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Rockabilly riot! : all original

Setzer, Brian, composer, performer.

CD MR SETZER

Three-time Grammy Award winner Brian Setzer delivers a straightforward blast of pure rockabilly with twelve original and high-octane tracks. His first studio album since 2011 also includes the single Let's Shake.

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Tribal

May, Imelda, 1974- composer, performer.

CD M MAY

On her fourth studio album, Imelda May continues to deliver a fiery mix of classic rockabilly and modern music. Along with the title track, the CD includes the single It's Good to Be Alive.

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Didn't he ramble

Hansard, Glen, 1970- composer, performer.

CD MA HANSARD

The second solo outing from acclaimed singer-songwriter Glen Hansard. The new album is his first in over three years and follows 2012's solo debut Rhythm & Repose, which Billboard hailed as 'Hansard at his most engaging.'

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Wildheart

Miguel (Musician), composer, performer.

CD M MIGUEL

Warning: this is SUPER SEXY.

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Stuff like that there

Yo La Tengo (Musical group), performer.

CD MR YO LA T


What a terrible world, what a beautiful world

Decemberists (Musical group), performer.

CD MA DECEMBE


No cities to love

Sleater-Kinney (Musical group)

CD MA SLEATER


New glow

Matt & Kim, composer, performer.

CD MA MATT AN


I love you, Honeybear

Misty, Father John, performer.

CD MA MISTY


El Rancho Azul

Watson, Dale, performer, composer.

CD U WATSON

"If you've heard Dale Watson once or twice in nearly two decades of recording and touring, then you know how you feel about his work. His sound is devoted to hardcore, old-school, honky tonk country music. The man has stood on his principles and has invested his heart and soul in writing great songs whether they be hard-drinking or truck-driving songs, dancefloor stompers, or barroom ballads. El Rancho Azul is Watson's second record with the Red House label, a company well known for its releases by contemporary folk artists and singer/songwriters, not so much for country music devotees." ~ Thom Jurek

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Blessed or damned

Watson, Dale.

CD U WATSON

"Blessed or Damned pretty much picks up where Watson's 1995 debut, Cheatin' Heart Attack, left off. He pines for "A Real Country Song" on modern radio, sings praises for his adopted state on "That's What I Like About Texas" (a good-natured duet with Johnny "Whiskey River" Bush), and wonders at the fate of his chosen musical genre on the moving title track. Watson may have no surprise ace in the hole on Blessed or Damned, but it's nonetheless a solid hand of fresh, invigorating material." ~ Kurt Wolff

Suggested by Liz


Sing Into My Mouth

Bridwell, Ben.


Longtime friends Ben Bridwell of Band of Horses and Iron & Wine's Sam Beam unveil their first ever collaborative album, which serves as an homage to the songs that have had an indelible influence on both of its creators.


The firewatcher's daughter

Carlile, Brandi, composer, producer, performer.

CD MR CARLILE


Untethered moon

Built to Spill (Musical group), composer, performer.

CD MA BUILT T


Sound & color

Alabama Shakes (Musical group), composer, performer.

CD MR ALABAMA

The sophomore album from Grammy nominees Alabama Shakes demonstrates the tremendous strides made by the band since their debut. Here they take their soulful blues rock base into innovative new directions.


Kintsugi

Death Cab for Cutie (Musical group), composer, performer.

CD MA DEATH C

After three years, Death Cab for Cutie returns with the follow-up to Codes and Keys. This marks the first time they have released an album since the departure of guitarist Chris Walla. Includes the single Black Sun.


Stay gold

First Aid Kit (Musical group), composer, performer.

CD MA FIRST A

The Swedish duo sisters Klara and Johanna Söderberg have honed their lush arrangements and blossomed as vivid storytellers in creating this ambitious 10-song collection of originals. Previous album, The Lion's Roar, also worth a listen. Suggested by Liz


Sonic highways

Foo Fighters (Musical group), composer, performer.

CD MA FOO FIG

The Foo Fighters eighth album features songs recorded musical cities--Chicago, Austin, Nashville, Los Angeles, Seattle, New Orleans, Washington, DC and New York. Foo founder Dave Grohl also directed the HBO series of the same name, documenting the eight-city odyssey during which the record was created. Suggested by Liz


And then you shoot your cousin

Roots (Musical group), composer, performer.

CD MH ROOTS

After more than fifteen years, the Roots continue to reinvent themselves and remain one of music's most enduring and forward-thinking groups. Their eleventh album features the single When the People Cheer.


Sheezus

Allen, Lily, 1985- composer, performer.

CD MR ALLEN

On her third album, singer-songwriter Lily Allen brings plenty of energy, fire and a little bite to each song.


The cautionary tales of Mark Oliver Everett

Eels (Musical group)

CD MA EELS

One year after the release of Wonderful, Glorious, Eels return with a new album that paints an expressive picture of struggle, including personal events that band leader Mark Oliver Everett faced in his own life.


The take off and landing of everything

Elbow (Musical group), performer.

CD MA ELBOW

Brit Award and Mercury Music Prize winning group Elbow return with their sixth studio album. It shows why the band has been one of the most successful groups in the U.K. The album also includes the single New York Morning.


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