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Excellent, economical no-frills rock & roll record from the unbreakable AC/DC.
A superior Rossini instrumental album that anyone might enjoy, most especially those who've heard it all before.
A rhythmically savvy prophetic compilation of previously unreleased recordings from the pioneering French experimental composer.
Evian Christ, HTRK, and others offer compelling remixes of tracks from the formidable A U R O R A.
Do Yourself In
Scottish indie pop darlings' final album is a solid sendoff for a band many argue broke up prematurely.
The Brentano String Quartet completes its series of Beethoven's late string quartets with Op. 130 and the Grosse Fuge.
The singer/songwriter keeps more of the swagger she gave to Icona Pop and Iggy Azalea for herself, with fizzy, fun results.
Angry hipsters and contemplative cowboys share the stage on this two-disc concept album about life in California.
An abstract, dreamy, challenging, 64-minute work in collaboration with Pulitzer-winning poet Franz Wright.
Heavy on the Grind
Better than the simultaneously released Corner 2, this lean and mean album brings back the nastiness of 2006's My Ghetto Report Card.
Florence Malgoire and Les Dominos play a version of Rameau's Concerts en Sextuor that matches his instrumentation for the théâtre lyrique.
The Wu-Tang rapper returns to his Tony Stark character on an excellent concept album influenced by funk and the '70s.
Collecting early and previously unreleased music, this is a welcome tribute to one of Warp's most consistent talents.
Hervé Niquet and Le Concert Spirituel give Rameau's Les Fêtes de l'Hymen et de l'Amour a brilliant period-style performance.
Earth / Earth Recordings
Bizarre and beautiful one-off album of acid folk by Australian actor turned songwriter, originally released in 1974.
Poulenc's Organ Concerto and Saint-Saëns' Symphony No. 3, "Organ," are paired to great effect on this live concert recording.
Crammed / Crammed Discs / Distribution 13 / Made to Measure
The lutenist returns with nine fine new pieces performed solo, with Follakzoid's Domingo García-Huidobro, Jim Jarmusch, and Yasmine Hamdan.
Julian Bliss performs two of the most important concertos in his repertoire, Mozart's Clarinet Concerto, K. 622, and Nielsen's Clarinet Concerto.
Onyx / Onyx Classics
Kirill Karabits continues his cycle of Prokofiev's symphonies with the cheerful "Classical" Symphony and the uncompromising Symphony No. 2.
2013 performance recorded in Ireland finds that the venerable singer/songwriter has become a superb stage performer.
To mark the 250th anniversary of Rameau's death, harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani presents the complete keyboard works on this Hyperion release.
The queen of hip-hop soul and Rodney Jerkins work with emerging U.K. talent for a mix of aching ballads and substantive dance tracks.
Overall it's hard to escape the impression that this is the kind of chamber performance just not heard anymore.
San Francisco Symphony
Michael Tilson Thomas' Masterpieces in Miniature is an unusual offering from a conductor better known for recordings of large-scale symphonies.
Big Machine Records
If this first volume of the series' third season proves anything, it's that the music gets better and better.
Numero packs up everything they've got by the songwriter in a deluxe slipcase box with his first solo single.
Covers album finds this subdued troubadour tackling mellow renditions of songs by Against Me!, Smoking Popes, and more.
This is absorbing and stands up to repeated hearings, revealing something of the complex society from which it sprang. Highly recommended.
Hill pulls this off with logic and enthusiasm, and it's hard to think of a Messiaen release that will appeal so thoroughly to both specialists and generalists.
Indie pop band's first record in over 20 years sounds as fresh and fun as anything from their original run.
Keenlyside chooses a fine program of familiar-but-not-overdone numbers on this ideal gift item for those who enjoy the operatic/musical theater boundary line.
Ravel's complete Daphnis et Chloé is presented in the hybrid multichannel SACD format in a shimmering performance by Stefan Blunier.
Ben Lambdin's live band expertly crafts a set of originals and compelling covers in a dynamically and harmonically rich offering.
The pairing of Alexander Raskatov's Piano Concerto, "Night Butterflies," with Igor Stravinsky's Rite of Spring creates a well-balanced program.
The Minneapolis band's second LP is a captivating blend of intricate harmonies, punchy guitar pop, and unique Northern mysticism.
The Minneapolis band's auspicious debut introduces their creative vision, flirting with future excellence.
Lovingly compiled, fun and exhaustive look at the highs (mostly) and lows (few) of the '70s and '80s mod revival scene.
A wonderful and sometimes eerie restoration of the varied buried roots of modern gospel.