Noteworthy new additions to our music collection.
The energy-infused, full-length album from Santana features the soulful vocals of Afro-Latin singer Buika. Santana and his eight-piece band convened at producer Rick Rubin's Shangri La Studios in Malibu, and in a ten-day period, they recorded an astonishing number of tracks, many of them in one take. Inspired by the melodies, sounds, and rhythms of Africa, Santana has created a truly memorable and powerful experience that also promises to be one of his most groundbreaking albums yet.
It has been ten years since the Jonas Brothers have released new music. The long wait for fans came to an end when the brothers released the chart-topping track Sucker, which is featured on their new album.
Inspired by the years she spent living in Portugal, Madonna's first album in four years introduces her new persona, Madame X. As a secret agent traveling the world, changing identities and fighting for freedom, Madonna/Madame X sings in English, Spanish and Portuguese while collaborating with Maluma, Quavo, Anitta, and Swae Lee.
Emile Sande's new album recorded following an intensely personal journey of self-doubt and self-discovery. This album marks a brand-new chapter and with it a bold, confident and fearless, unique sound. It's an extraordinary album and indicative of an artist emerging challenging and compelling.
With their first album in four years, Silversun Pickups worked with a new producer, Butch Vig, to try and create a "confident, extroverted" album. The result has a more mournful than sad tone due to events the band experienced while recording.
Years to Burn
Over a decade after their acclaimed collaboration, Calexico and Iron & Wine rekindle their artistic connection with eight new songs that break new sonic ground.
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