Posted Aug 18, 2015
Our top picks for new music hitting the shelves at Shorewood Library.
New recordings, including the title track which was commissioned for Kronos, and previously unreleased works by American composer Riley showcase the breadth of his career.
Canadian rapper Madchild takes a self=critical, introspective view in this dark but catchy album.
Indie musician Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes) makes political punk - think Sex Pistols - relevant again with a fun and fueled-up album.
Take a chance on Matt Pond PA for introspective, emotion-driven song writing and stick around for the energy, melody, and engaging tunes.
Broadway star and jazz singer Bridgewater unites with Mayfield's NOJO to bring forth a modern vision of jazz-filled New Orleans with traditional standards and new compositions.
A little soul, a little funk, a lot of great vocals and catchy songwriting.
If you're looking for music to get you on the dance floor, look no further than Prince Royce.
Producer husband and singer wife team up for the first time to make gospel- and blues-influenced classic rock n' roll.
Scott's silky voice layered over smooth beats makes for perfect music to listen to during the last long days of summer.
Traditional Congolese music mixed effortlessly with more Western style (production and distortion creating a slightly techno sound) to create something eye-opening and dance-able.