The London electro-pop trio Years & Years deliver on this tempting EP, which is prerequisite listening just in time for the Rites of Spring. Download a copy of "Y & Y" now and enjoy for years and years!
A happily enthusiastic debut from Rixton. The album "Let the Road" benefits from the success of their #1 hit "Me and My Broken Heart," and puts these young blokes from Manchester on our map. Follow this road to pop-music success.
A new version of the soundtrack to "The Sound of Music" is the most extensive to date.
"The Last Five Years" is an unusual musical, telling a story of two characters in opposing time frames; but the soundtrack, with Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan, plays to the strength of Jason Robert Brown's excellent songs.
Pop's newest "tartlett" Meghan Trainor proves she's more than just all about the bass on "Title" - the first full-length confection from this plus-talented artist! Watch her lips (and hips) move to the top of your playlist!
Railing against police brutality, nuclear disaster, and Bush-era politics, while advocating peaceful ends and yelling about the struggles of love, the lyrical content of this album is as varied as the band's own 35 year career.
Playing it through from start to finish, especially at full volume, might emphasize the still disjointed nature of the different tracks, but the editors have carefully paced the disc.
An enjoyable snippet of repertoire from one of America's most appreciated Italian composers.
The latest release from composer Michael Torke is a pianistic exploration through South Florida during the course of a single day.
This intriguing sextet of compositions features both old and new works performed by the Los Angeles New Music Ensemble.