Fantastico is the first Spanish-language album release from the LA-based kindie rock group, Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band.
Groundbreaking artist Janelle Monae continues to blur genres with the follow-up to the 2010 album The ArchAndroid. The album includes the single Dance Apocalyptic.
Long-rumored and shrouded in mystery, this collaborative album promises to be one of the most unexpected and revelatory releases of 2013. It was born out of multiple performances by Elvis Costello on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, where The Roots serve as the house band.
NAPPA Gold and Parent's Choice Gold winner Joanie Leeds & The Nightlights present their latest release Bandwagon. The album features fifteen new rocking family friendly tunes.
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A collection of previously released and previously unreleased tracks from the musical group The Beach Boys, spanning their career from 1962 to 2012, compiled and released to mark their 50th anniversary
Rapper A$AP Ferg releases his highly anticipated album, Trap Lord. The first single Shabba features A$AP Rocky.
The White Buffalo (singer/songwriter Jake Smith) has resolutely charted his own course for more than a decade. An imposing figure with a voice to match, Smith writes about rebels, outsiders and troubled souls, themes that have led Sons of Anarchy to grab six of his songs for use in their similarly edgy TV series. His latest release, tackles the big themes of human existence: sin and redemption, faith and doubt, mortality and the possibility of an afterlife.
Billy Currington is back with his first new album in three years. Along with the single Hey Girl, he performs a cover of Jack Johnson's Banana Pancakes. He also duets with Willie Nelson on the track It's Hard To Be a Hippie.
Justin Moore is one of country music's fastest rising stars. His third studio album features the single Point at You, which is his fastest rising single on the charts to date. The album also has guest appearances from Miranda Lambert and Charlie Daniels.