Yes! Mraz, Jason.
The fifth studio release from Jason Mraz sees the troubadour teaming up with longtime friends and collaborators Raining Jane for a purely acoustic and more intimate-sounding album than any of his previous efforts.
X Sheeran, Ed.
Ed Sheeran won over music fans with his Grammy-nominated debut album, which led to a tour with Taylor Swift. Now the singer-songwriter is back with a new album that features production from Rick Rubin and Pharrell Williams. Includes the single Sing.
Xscape Jackson, Michael.
An eight-song collection of previously unreleased tracks from the late King of Pop. The title of this album honors Michael's album-naming process. He always chose a song from the album to name his projects.
We're all young together Martin, Walter.
Walter Martin, known for his work with the Walkmen, releases his debut solo album, a playful collection of family-friendly folk songs. It features guest appearances from members of Yeah Yeah Yeahs and the National.
Unplugged 1991 R.E.M..
R.E.M. made two appearances on MTV Unplugged, first in 1991 and then again ten years later in 2001. Every performance from those two episodes are included in this two-disc set along with eleven tracks that never made it to air.
Till the sun turns black Lamontagne, Ray.
LaMontagne is a very talented pop-rock musician who uses his powerful vocals and great lyrics to relate his perspectives on life. The album is his second and promises to be a gem. Includes the title track Till The Sun Turns Black and Can I Stay.
Ulysees Nozuka, Justin.
With his latest album, singer-songwriter Justin Nozuka creates a world that is unlike anything he has done on his previous albums. It offers a new perspective, as he takes on the role of producer. Includes the single Right By You.
Talk dirty Derulo, Jason.
Jason Derulo follows up the smash album Future History with his third release. The song Talk Dirty, that features 2 Chainz, has been climbing the Billboard charts.
Tales of a grasswidow Cocorosie.
Enriched by a whole host of guest performances, it's a brave album, synthesizing electronic and organic sound to convey a futuristic, back-to-nature feeling.
The eighth album from Minneapolis duo Atmosphere is a celebration of the group's fortitude. It is also a deeply introspective, and sometimes conflicted, work. It captures everything from blazing anthems to songs of loss.
Disclosure have been making waves across the pond with their revival of the UK garage-house sound, marked by advanced rhythm combinations and soulful R&B vocal samples. Their debut album includes the single Latch.
Rise of an empire Young Money.
Nicki Minaj, Drake, Lil Wayne, Tyga, and the rest of the Young Money empire unite for a new album that includes the single We Alright, which also features Bridman and Trophies.
Pocket full of kryptonite Spin Doctors.
Pairs the original, classic album, remastered, with the early demo recordings that were previously available only on cassette at Spin Doctors' legendary early gigs.
Platinum gospel - rev. james cleveland Cleveland, Rev. James.
Platinum Gospel is a series of compilations derived from the HOB Gospel catalog. This legendary collection is comprised of some of the most important recordings in the history of Gospel music. However, these recordings have been unavailable to most consumers for years-until now. All of the original master tapes have been transferred and re-mastered in a state of the art facility.
No more stories... Mew.
The Danish experimental dream-pop trio returns with their follow-up to the critically acclaimed breakthrough album And the Glass Handed Kites. On this, their fifth album, Mew pushes their artfully weird and epic sound, labyrinthine arrangements of overlapping, unexpected harmonies and sugary heaven-bound vocals, into a warm, accessible collection of songs.
No limit top dogg Snoop Dogg.
Snoop Dogg kept it real on this 21-track 1999 release that features an onslaught of great tunes. The notables include Down 4 My N's, Bitch Please, and 20 Minutes.
My own lane Kid Ink.
Kid Ink is distinguishing himself as one of hip-hop's best new rappers. The popular music app Shazam has even tagged him as an artist to watch for 2014. His debut includes the single Show Me, which features Chris Brown.
Mr. fantasy Traffic.
Their debut has been reissued many times. This reissue contains 15 tracks of rock music.
Mad dogs & englishmen Cocker, Joe.
Considered by many to be one of Cocker's best albums, this 1970 recording features stellar tunes such as Feelin' Alright and Delta Lady.
A letter home Young, Neil.
Using a refurbished 1947 Voice-O-Graph recording booth at Jack White's Third Man Nashville headquarters, Neil Young records a collection of covers that have a warm and primitive feel to them.
Love always K-Ci & Jojo.
It was clear that the great soul music of the '70s was very much on K-Ci & JoJo's minds when they made this album, an unpretentious collection of ballads and slow jams.
Lazaretto White, Jack.
Following his 2014 Record Store Day feat, which saw him present the world's fastest released record, Jack White offers fans his second solo album. Along with the title track it includes the instrumental cut High Ball Stepper.
Invincible Jackson, Michael.
Invincible is split between scratchy funk workouts and mid-tempo ballads while the album promotes dancing and romancing.
The German duo known as Digitalism, a self-described electronica garage band, arrives in the music scene with their first full-length album.
Gettin' it Too Short.
Too Short's Gettin' It (Album Number Ten) is a album that rap fans embraced because of the title track Gettin' It and Buy You Some.
The gates mixed plate Tech N9ne.
Tech N9ne steps out of the darkness to party with his friends Jay Rock, Glasses Malone, Yukmouth, Devin the Dude, Stevie Stone, Krizz Kaliko, Kutt Calhoun, and Big Scoob. As a follow-up to his darkest album, K.O.D., Tech N9ne makes sure to let everyone know he's steppedout of the emotional shadows and is all about the bright side of life.
Game of thrones season 3 score Djawadi, Ramin.
Music from season three and a newly recorded version of the main theme, For the Realm, composed by Ramin Djawadi. It also includes The Bear and the Maiden Fair by the Hold Steady and It's Always Summer Under the Sea by Kerry Ingram (Shireen in Game of Thrones).
Electric Pet Shop Boys.
The English electronic pop duo releases their newest album, Electric. Group members Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe's dance recording was produced by Stuart Price and features the official single Vocal.
El rancho azul Watson, Dale.
Dale Watson's second album with Red House label features fourteen songs of electric country, backed by pedal steel, piano, fiddle, electric bass, and drums. Includes the songs I Lie When I Drink, Daughter's Wedding Song, and Cowboy Boots.
Eddie & the cruisers soundtrack Cafferty, John.
A day in nashville Ford, Robben.
Guitar giant Robben Ford's new album was recorded in one day at the renovated historic Sound Kitchen studios, and captured a pristine and stunning recording reminiscent of the early blues and jazz recording styles. Robben's style of blues and jazz-fusion cuts to the heart with its exceptional, emotion-laden musicianship, bringing this five-time Grammy nominated artist back to his earliest roots as a performer.
Consequence of chaos Di Meola, Al.
Legendary guitar hero and composer Al Di Meola delivers a searing, high caliber recording brimming with colorful and complex arrangements.
Darkest days Stabbing Westward.
Third studio album from Stabbing Westward includes tracks - 'Darkest Days', 'Drugstore', 'You Complete Me', 'Goodbye', and more.
Childhood home Harper, Ellen.
Ben Harper and his mother Ellen have collaborated to create an absorbing, deeply personal collection of original songs. It features ten songs that explore the intricacies of family life with honesty and generous intimacy.
The blues came callin' Trout, Walter.
Recorded throughout 2013 and early 2014, the new album features twelve new songs including ten originals. Trout searches his soul on this album and lays it bare allowing new appreciation for life.
Arvo part: tabula rasa Sondeckis, Saulus.
Saulus Sondeckis conducts the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra in performing Arvo Part's Tabula Rasa. Dennis Russel Davies also conducts the Stuttgart State Orchestra on this recording that includes Part's Fratres for violin and piano.