Repave brings Volcano Choir into sharp focus. It features an openness that reflects the friendship formed between band members and lyrics that live on the fringes of poetry and reality.
This Rough Guide features a remastered selection of classic cuts by Joe Cuba and Johnny Rivera alongside contemporary psychedelic pioneers Brownout and Ocote Soul Sounds.
Angels and Saints at Ephesus features seventeen English and Latin pieces sung a cappella on the feasts of the holy Saints and angels throughout the year at their Priory in the heart of America. In the pure fusion of their now well established bell-like choir sound, the Sisters once again radiate peace with their hymns of Praise of God in the company of all of His angels and Saints.
Neo-soul crooner Mayer Hawthorne will release his third full length album, Where Does This Door Go. The recording features a artfully crafted selection of retro soul tunes.
Legendary multimedia artist David Lynch returns this summer with the follow-up to Crazy Clown Time, his acclaimed 2011 solo debut. The new album sees Lynch returning to primary songwriting and performance duties, writing 11 out of the album's 12 tracks. Also included in the lineup is Lynch's signature take on the Bob Dylan folk classic The Ballad of Hollis Brown and a bonus track contribution featuring acclaimed Swedish musician Lykke Li.
Reactivated Norwegian metal band Extol, a Christian progressive extreme metal band from Bekkestua, Norway that was formed in 1993 will release its self-titled fifth album, Extol.