Michael introduces a lifelong rap fiend whose consciousness is steeped in the sounds of community that raised him – multiple eras of southern rap flows, Sunday church service and barbershop discourse. The 14 tracks were produced by No ID features the likes of Future, Young Thug, Ty Dolla $ign, Curren$y, André 3000, EL-P, Eryn Allen Kane and more!
Bristling with light and color, It’s The End Of The World heralds an imaginative new era for 30STM, one that not only explores the darker sides of the human experience but the hope as well, an arresting reminder that even in the face of seemingly impossible obstacles, there is still beauty to be found in the world.
Mono is a testament to K.Flay’s resilience and creative spirit, as the title itself is a reflection of her new sensory reality, having experienced sudden and complete deafness in her right ear due to SSNHL. Instead of allowing these challenges to dampen her spirit, K.Flay channeled her journey into her music, resulting in her most experimental album to date.
Deluxe 2 CD version contains remastered album and a bonus disc of the highlights from the Super Deluxe 10 CD boxset. Featuring 21 total tracks with 8 previously unreleased tracks and 4 tracks with fresh remixes. The set also contains a 20-page booklet with notes from Andy Neil and photos and memorabilia from the time.
Conceived as a soundtrack to an imaginary film playing in his head, Movie of the Week plays differently than any other release in the expansive Shakey Graves catalog. It’s less reliant on his offbeat brand of folk-rock and instead pushes him into the realm of psychedelic pop, samples, and more abstract arrangements.
Stone finds the Philadelphia quartet streamlining the momentous multi-genre vocabulary of its critically-acclaimed predecessor Gold & Grey. This is still very much Baroness—just refocused for efficiency and rethought as a consequence of stability. These tracks reflect thoughtfully, groove deeply, and refract tumult effortlessly. And they, of course, rock.
Corey Taylor has no fear when it comes to truly expressing himself through music. CMF2 is 13 diverse, unforgettable songs ranging from the punk rawness and anthemic rallying cry of “We Are The Rest” to the acoustic lament “Breath Of Fresh Smoke” to “Post Traumatic Blues,” which has a wild sensibility that echoes the lyrical topic of PTSD.
Black Rainbows draws inspiration from The Stoney Island Arts Bank -- a cathedral to Black Art comprised of books, sculpture, records, furniture and problematic objects from America's past. It’s a multi-genre mix of Rae’s familiar, progressive R&B, neo soul sound alongside rock, jazz and electronic elements.
What happens when you wish upon a star? You get new music from Herb Alpert, of course! The prolific trumpet player returns at age 88 with his 49th album. Filled to the brim with new takes on classic songs we've known and loved for decades, this set of music continues to serve up the unmistakable trumpet playing of the Tijuana Brass master.
Acclaimed saxophonist Joshua Redman’s stunning Where Are We is a musical journey across the United States that also marks Redman’s first-ever vocal album with the dynamic young singer Gabrielle Cavassa along with a brilliant band comprised of pianist Aaron Parks, bassist Joe Sanders, and drummer Brian Blade.