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  • Rhiannon Giddens’s album there is no Other, recorded with the multi-instrumentalist Francesco Turrisi, was produced by Joe Henry and tracked over five days in Dublin. The album is at once a condemnation of “othering” and a celebration of the spread of ideas, connectivity, and shared experience. "From the beginning of our musical partnership, Francesco and I have been struck with the commonality of the human experience through music; how instruments, modes, and the very functions of songs and tunes are universal from culture to culture,” says Giddens. “The overwhelming feeling we have is that there is no Other.” Pre-order to download the track “I’m on My Way” now and get an exclusive, limited-edition, autographed print.

  • On Pulitzer Prize–winning composer Caroline Shaw's album Orange, Attacca Quartet performs six of her pieces for string quartet. The string quartet form "has existed for hundreds of years, but there's something, for me, beautiful and ritualistic about coming back to that form," says Shaw. "It's something familiar, and yet you can keep on opening these doors and diving down these little rabbit holes ... This album is a celebration of the simple, immediate, unadorned beauty of a natural, everyday, familiar thing." Pre-order to download a track now and get an exclusive, limited-edition print of a painting created and signed by Shaw and Attacca Quartet.

  • Joshua Redman Quartet's Come What May is the first album in almost two decades from this group of musicians—the saxophonist and his longtime friends and colleagues pianist Aaron Goldberg, bassist Reuben Rogers, and drummer Gregory Hutchinson—and features seven Redman tunes. "Nothing beats the cool confidence of a band who have spent years on the road,” says the Times. “It also helps that the seven Redman tunes here are so good ... Four men playing as one." Pre-order to download the album track "How We Do" now and get an exclusive, limited-edition print autographed by the Quartet.

  • The double-vinyl edition of David Byrne's Nonesuch debut album, Grown Backwards, first released on the album's 15th anniversary in 2019, is the original album plus six additional tracks, including a duet with Caetano Veloso on their song "Dreamworld." It's "one of Byrne's most rewarding experiments yet," says the Guardian. "It fits alongside the best of his career and adds another solid release to a solo catalog which will hopefully become more cherished in time," said Pitchfork in 2004. "In 20 years, as we straighten our faces with botulism, braces, and stem cells, the album will stand up."

  • March 7, 2019

    The Black Keys return with the song "Lo/Hi," the first new music from the band since its 2014 album, Turn Blue. "Lo/Hi" was written and produced by Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, and recorded at Nashville's Easy Eye Sound studio. Download and listen to the song here.

  • Gem
    March 6, 2019

    Daughter of Swords, the solo project of Alexandra Sauser-Monnig of Mountain Man, has released the track "Gem," the first peek into her solo output. The song is the first music from the debut Daughter of Swords album, due later this year on Nonesuch. Download and listen to the song here.

  • February 26, 2019

    Mountain Man offers its own take and inimitable sound to two John Denver tunes: "Take Me Home, Country Roads" and "Around and Around." "We love John Denver so much we gave Alex his haircut, and recorded a few of his legendary tunes too," says the trio. "Have a listen! They are so sooooothing, we promise." The digital single is out now; vinyl 7" is due June 7.

  • February 22, 2019

    Walk Through Fire is the debut album from Yola, whom Q calls a "Bristol country-soul miracle." The Dan Auerbach–produced album puts a contemporary twist on a traditional sonic tapestry of orchestral strings, fiddle, steel, and shimmering tremolo guitars. Yola's arresting vocals captivate with sincere tales of heartache and loves lost, forgotten, and broken. The album "showcases Yola's otherworldly vocals and compelling songwriting," says NPR. "It's the work of an artist sure to stun audiences for years to come."

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