The ever-adventurous musician reflects on life, death and what comes after on an expressive, elliptical new album.
The vocalist and guitarist unite on a mellow yet complex album that is a winning testament to the musicians’ less-is-more approach.
On a new album, the British band proves itself an able inheritor of rock and experimental styles in its native country even as it retains its own enigmatic personality.
The singer died 25 years ago on May 14, but he’s still Chairman of the Board.
The composer and percussionist, who plays a two-headed drum called the mrudangam, draws on jazz and the music of South Asian and African diasporas on an adventurous new album.
The usually sunny singer-songwriter attempts something darker on an album produced by the National’s Aaron Dessner.
The saxophonist, bassoonist and composer overdubs himself to create a woodwind choir on an album that features duets with artists including Terence Blanchard and Cécile McLorin Salvant.
With hits like ‘Sundown’ and ‘If You Could Read My Mind,’ the Canadian singer-songwriter, who died Monday, helped start a folk-pop movement in the early 1970s.
With irresistible beats and an elegant, hypnotic production, the British singer’s new album is an infectious ode to joy.
Under the baton of music director Andris Nelsons, the orchestra gave exquisite performances of programs including Ravel, Sibelius and Thomas Adès.
The band—whose members have been busy scoring films and producing Taylor Swift records, among other things—comes together again for a wry, melancholy album of remarkable focus.
The documentary ‘Love You Madly’ and the performance film ‘A Concert of Sacred Music at Grace Cathedral,’ which are being released together on DVD, feature candid reflections and remarkable music from the jazz eminence.
The Canadian singer-songwriter often sounds mere inches away from the listener on her new record, which has subtle, sophisticated production and an idiosyncratic lyricism.
The rock band returns with a lengthy album that has all the expected speed and thrashing riffs, but it takes few chances.
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With words by David Hajdu and music by jazz luminaries like Regina Carter and Renee Rosnes, an album tells the story of a New York building whose tenants have included a Lutheran congregation, a Communist newspaper and a bohemian bookstore.
The German-born saxophonist issues a dynamic, sprawling album with a band that includes bassist Michael Formanek, drummer Tom Rainey and cellist Tomeka Reid.
The country star, who retired from touring last year, delivers a spare, desert-set album as part of a boxed set that also includes a graphic novel and a video performance.
Based in Asheville, N.C., the indie-rock band delivers an album that joins guitar-driven intensity to observational, empathetic lyrics.
The new app, which launched earlier this week, brings a long-needed and intuitive digital approach to the world of classical music.
The distinct songwriting styles of Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus beautifully coalesce on the trio’s first full-length album.