Skip directly to content

Store

BROWSE BY:

Featured Releases

  • Holcomb’s hauntingly beautiful reveries reflect a stunning range of influences. Says the New York Times, “Her music draws on both the old-time Americana of parlor songs, waltzes, blues and ballads, and the modernism of jazz harmonies and formal twists.”

  • Holcomb’s hauntingly beautiful reveries reflect a stunning range of influences. Says the New York Times, “Her music draws on both the old-time Americana of parlor songs, waltzes, blues and ballads, and the modernism of jazz harmonies and formal twists.”

  • Holcomb’s second release on Nonesuch, Rockabye consists of original compositions that, according to Rolling Stone, create an “eerie landscape that is both deeply traditional and avant-garde.” The album also features performances from Wayne Horvitz and Bill Frisell, among others, helping to create “a powerful work, knotting strands of jazz and bluegrass with lyrics that hang in the air like smoke.”

  • Robin Holcomb’s self-titled Nonesuch debut, described by the New York Times as “a quilt of musical crosscurrents,” contains “echoes of American hymn tunes, dissonant jazz riffs, folkish piano and fragments of rock.” She is joined by a backing band that includes Bill Frisell and Wayne Horvitz, who help to create an album Rolling Stone calls “smart, lovely, and ambitious.”