The producer teams with Kieran Hebden, aka Four Tet, on an album that merges borrowed musical snippets into a satisfying whole.
New releases by Langhorne Slim, Selwyn Birchwood and Rod Abernethy reflect the current moment.
Guitarist Mary Halvorson branches out from her hallmark improvisation on an album that melds her poems and musical compositions.
The rock-focused group returns with an album that expands its sound, incorporating pop, R&B and more.
The latest from Canadian producer Mike Milosh features the Danish National Girls’ Choir, imbuing his sleek electro-pop about seduction and heartbreak with liturgical overtones.
With in-person concerts still shut down, a chance to improvise on the jazz-club experience—from virtual tours of Louis Armstrong’s house to performances that rework the music of Stevie Wonder and Erykah Badu.
British band Shame’s evocative lyrics and propulsive beats stand out in London’s crowded, post-punk scene.
With many Covid-delayed albums set for release in 2021, here are 10 singles from Drake, Lana Del Rey, Foo Fighters and others that further ratchet up the anticipation.
Dolly Parton, Keith Urban and other musical greats join the surviving Bee Gee to revisit the pop-giant group’s catalog.
The star’s latest—a follow-up to his album released at the start of the year—features calisthenic rapping that can’t compensate for uninspired ideas and tired humor.
His tour canceled owing to Covid-19, the musician put together an album at home in England on which he plays all the instruments and displays a still vibrant compositional flair.
An 80-CD set of the German pianist’s recordings abounds with thoughtful interpretations, including renditions of the complete piano sonatas of Beethoven and Schubert.
The Cleveland-born rapper’s latest album offers his usual self-reflection held aloft by gorgeous melodies.
Several choirs and ensembles in England and the U.S. are offering virtual performances this holiday season, including renditions of Handel’s ‘Messiah.’
With concerts and festivals canceled due to the pandemic, musical artists moved performances online and still released a trove of outstanding records.
The Australian indie group returns with an album inspired by the Voyager Golden Records that combines way-back samples with brand-new music into a far-out whole.
Two singer-songwriters find rich rewards in revisiting their catalogs.
The star’s new album mines the sounds of the ’80s and tracks by artists like Billy Idol to craft a contemporary pop course in music history.
The cornetist and composer leads his Exploding Star Orchestra on an album that deftly incorporates electronics into its rich, contrapuntal arrangements.
Like her previous body of work, the debut album by Megan Thee Stallion is packed with libidinous self-confidence.