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  • December 21, 2009

    Two New York Times music critics have Nonesuch albums on their Top Ten lists: Rokia Traoré's Tchamantché and Oumou Sangare's Seya. The Washington Post has Alarm Will Sound's a/rhythmia in its Top Ten classical albums; the Denver Post has Richard Goode and John Adams. Two Boston Globe critics have Wilco (the album) on their lists, while others there add BlakRoc and Seya. MTV includes Wilco plus Amadou & Mariam's Welcome to Mali. PopMatters and American Songwriter cite Wilco as well, while the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle lists Allen Toussaint's The Bright Mississippi.

  • December 11, 2009

    BlakRoc, the album that brought together The Black Keys, Damon Dash, and a star-studded lineup of hip-hop MCs, is now available digitally at nonesuch.com for fans in the US and Canada at the same audiophile-quality 320kbps MP3s available throughout the site. The A.V. Club gives the album an A, saying it "defeats all odds by sounding both organic and cohesive." The Houston Chronicle gives it four stars, calling it "a sinewy masterpiece."

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  • The brainchild of The Black Keys and Damon Dash, BlakRoc Records releases BlakRoc on “Black Friday” (a.k.a. "Blak Friday"), November 27, 2010, the day after Thanksgiving. The album will be an exclusive to iTunes digitally upon its initial release. Produced by and featuring music by The Black Keys, BlakRoc hosts a star-studded line up of MCs including Mos Def, Q-Tip, RZA, Raekwon, Pharoahe Monch, Jim Jones, NOE, Nicole Wray, and Billy Danze.

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The brainchild of The Black Keys and Damon Dash, BlakRoc Records releases BlakRoc on “Black Friday” (a.k.a. "Blak Friday"), November 27, 2010, the day after Thanksgiving. Produced by and featuring music by The Black Keys, BlakRoc hosts a star-studded line up of MCs including Mos Def, Q-Tip, RZA, Raekwon, Pharoahe Monch, Jim Jones, NOE, Nicole Wray, and Billy Danze.

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The brainchild of The Black Keys and Damon Dash, BlakRoc Records releases BlakRoc on “Black Friday” (a.k.a. "Blak Friday"), November 27, 2010, the day after Thanksgiving. The album will be an exclusive to iTunes digitally upon its initial release. Produced by and featuring music by The Black Keys, BlakRoc hosts a star-studded line up of MCs including Mos Def, Q-Tip, RZA, Raekwon, Pharoahe Monch, Jim Jones, NOE, Nicole Wray, and Billy Danze.

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