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British electronic musician Anthony Child (aka Surgeon) packs up his Buchla Music Easel and heads to Hawaii for a second volume of improvisations.
The Venetian celebrations of the birth of Louis XIV are imagined in this historic simulation by Benjamin Chénier and the Galilei Consort.
Capella Mediterranea celebrates the 450th anniversary of Monteverdi's birth with this album of excerpts from his operas and madrigals.
The consistently brilliant electronic duo follows a series of limited 12"s with a thrilling album of mutated club tracks.
Odd Future / Sony Music
The Odd Future rapper's proper debut album, clear-eyed and substantive, released seven years after his first mixtape.
The Royal Potato / Rpf Studio Productions
Beautifully detailed and frequently inventive arrangements of Grateful Dead songs for solo piano.
The Academy Award winner's fifth album, produced by Blake Mills, is a fully evolved synthesis of gospel, folk, R&B, and adult pop.
The reclusive musician's return to the stage in 2014 is documented with this singular and spectacular live recording.
The composer's haunting music for Pablo Larrain's Jacqueline Kennedy biopic captures the disorienting strangeness of intense grief.
Jaap van Zweden and the Hong Kong Philharmonic present the second of Wagner's Ring operas, Die Walküre.
Bringing a taste of the Golden Age of hip-hop into 2016, this collaborative album is a nourishing standout of solid production and hard-hitting bars.
The Michigan-based garage pop group, led by songwriter Autumn Wetli, expands its sound on its third album.
Caroline / Terrible
Indie electronic musician Sam Ray follows up his cult classic Three Love Songs with his best and most ambitious work yet.
Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis; Britten: Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge; Elgar: Introduction and Allegro
LSO / LSO Live
Roman Simovic and the London Symphony Orchestra's String Ensemble present brilliant works by Elgar, Vaughan Williams, and Britten.
Zombi's Steve Moore composed the excellent soundtrack for a telekinesis-themed horror film directed by Joe Begos.
The jazz icon's singles, ranging from '50s doo wop tunes to spoken intergalactic wisdom, are collected on this essential three-CD set.
The band reunites for another album of guitar pop delights, featuring members of Yo La Tengo. This edition adds a bonus disc of live shows.
Fine collection of rare goodies by this all-female '60s garage band from Detroit, featuring a teenaged Suzi Quatro.
A heady, glamorous anthology of disco, funk, and R&B that emerged out of Nigeria in the '70s and '80s.