If there is any kind of unifying theme to "Wildflower," it might be The Avalanches' enthusiasm for sampling and incorporating as many styles and influences into their work as possible.
By the time you get to the last of these ten new songs, you'll have shed a tear or two, laughed out loud, cut a rug at least two or three times, and fallen in love with a few new favorites.
Rufus Wainwright follows up his first opera "Prima Donna" in an ariatic mood with his latest release-"Take All My Love | 9 Shakespeare Sonnets" on the Deutsche Grammophon classical label
What stands out is not just the production but the very personal touch of his violin performances which adds a richer level to the sounds he has created.
Jayne Mansfield, Liberace, Loretta Young, Phil Silvers, and Pearl Bailey are some of the artists included in this throwback to a more innocent approach to the French cabaret of the 1960s from the minds of Sid and Marty Krofft.
Paul McCartney's fourth time at Fenway Park provided more bang for your buck than any other show I've seen in a long time.
Already getting great buzz with her single "Machines," Camryn releases an impressive collection of rock-tinged/electronic synth on her "New Dynasty" EP that's worth a listen.
The eponymous debut album "case/lang/veirs" draws the best of these three singer-songwriters' previous work into a project worthy of their reputations as masters of modern folk.
Needless to say, the songs presented are as intricate and unique as a snowflake creating a remarkable mix of singers, emotions and musical vibes.
This is the time to say that Róisín Murphy's lyrics on all accounts are stunning, thought-provoking and so striking to listen to... Truly unique.