Our first releases of 2018 are available TODAY! From the moon to Jupiter, and back again, we’ve got music that’s out of this world!
Read on for discovery links, and be sure to let us know which tracks are your favorites!
JANUARY RELEASES OUT NOW
Matthew Burtner & Rita Dove
THE CEILING FLOATS AWAY bridges the gap between different spaces: spoken word and song, performance and technology, audience and artist.
Garth Baxter, composer
Garth Baxter makes his PARMA debut with an album exploring the human condition and the pursuit of light in darkness.
Even the most fearful of the cold will draw warmth from Joe Summer’s latest recording — the sixth album honoring The Shakespeare Concert Series.
Michelle Batty Stanley and Margaret McDonald
Flutist Michelle Batty Stanley and pianist Margaret McDonald dream up new interpretations of both familiar French favorites as well as works by lesser known composers.
Eric Klein, composer
Klein’s work is smart and sophisticated, accessible even to the untrained ear, and a cool, clever blend of things both old and new.
Daniel Crozier, composer
Crozier’s music is full of startling detail. Listeners are challenged to find a better narrative voice than the delicate oboe positioned against the profound strings.
McCormick Percussion Group
Juxtaposing the loud and abrasive with the soft and subtle, the McCormick Percussion Group balances tumult and tender in KID STUFF.
Alla Elana Cohen, composer
Cohen channels her interest in spiritual and mystical ideas into her music. JUPITER DUO is highly expressive with an unbridled intensity.
Steven Kemper, composer
Kemper combines acoustic instruments and electronics to create meditative compositions exploring the connections between real and imaginary worlds.