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Classical - To be released February 8, 2019 | Nonesuch

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Classical - To be released February 8, 2019 | Nonesuch

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Film Soundtracks - Released January 18, 2019 | Nonesuch

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Classical - Released January 8, 2019 | Nonesuch

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Jazz - Released December 14, 2018 | Nonesuch

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Jazz - Released December 14, 2018 | Nonesuch

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Pop - Released December 14, 2018 | Nonesuch

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Bebop - Released December 14, 2018 | Nonesuch

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Alternative & Indie - Released December 11, 2018 | Nonesuch

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At 65, David Byrne gets off his bike (his ultimate passion) to release his first solo album in fourteen years. Co-written with his old accomplice Brian Eno, with whom he began working with in the Talking Heads era, American Utopia is a patchwork which only Byrne has the secret to. Crossing genres, fusing continents and breaking down stylistic boundaries, the former Rhode Island School of Design student has always had this sort of thing in his blood. After doing punk funk, salsa, electro collage, records with people as diverse as Fatboy Slim and Annie Clark (aka St. Vincent), film music, ballet music and about a thousand other things, here he returns to a more classic song format.  Byrne returns to the essence of pop and his compositions are laced with electro, world or funk, often flirting with his old group's material. With his pen still sharp and quirky, David Byrne wants to believe that an America different to that of Donald Trump's is possible. Helped here and there by some "young people" like Sampha, TTY and Happa Isaiah Barr of Onyx Collective, he has released his most successful solo album for years. This is the work of contemporary pop icon that has taken the time to reflect on his career, his music and his relationship with the world in order to get himself back in the game. © Marc Zisman / Qobuz
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Alternative & Indie - Released December 11, 2018 | Nonesuch

At 65, David Byrne gets off his bike (his ultimate passion) to release his first solo album in fourteen years. Co-written with his old accomplice Brian Eno, with whom he began working with in the Talking Heads era, American Utopia is a patchwork which only Byrne has the secret to. Crossing genres, fusing continents and breaking down stylistic boundaries, the former Rhode Island School of Design student has always had this sort of thing in his blood. After doing punk funk, salsa, electro collage, records with people as diverse as Fatboy Slim and Annie Clark (aka St. Vincent), film music, ballet music and about a thousand other things, here he returns to a more classic song format.  Byrne returns to the essence of pop and his compositions are laced with electro, world or funk, often flirting with his old group's material. With his pen still sharp and quirky, David Byrne wants to believe that an America different to that of Donald Trump's is possible. Helped here and there by some "young people" like Sampha, TTY and Happa Isaiah Barr of Onyx Collective, he has released his most successful solo album for years. This is the work of contemporary pop icon that has taken the time to reflect on his career, his music and his relationship with the world in order to get himself back in the game. © Marc Zisman / Qobuz
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Pop - Released December 7, 2018 | Nonesuch

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Pop - Released December 7, 2018 | Nonesuch

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Alternative & Indie - Released November 23, 2018 | Nonesuch

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Film Soundtracks - Released November 23, 2018 | Nonesuch

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Alternative & Indie - Released November 9, 2018 | Nonesuch

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It’s already been ten years since the Fleet Foxes’ debut eponymous album and the birth of their pop-folk vocal harmonics. Ten years following in the footsteps of Brian Wilson, Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young never once falling into the trap of a bland imitation. For the occasion, the quintet from Seattle look back on their younger years with a four-disc box set featuring around thirty tracks: Fleet Foxes – First Collection: 2006-2009. On the programme: The Fleet Foxes EP (2006), the eclectic Sun Giant EP (2008) and the album Fleet Foxes (2008), not forgetting the hit single White Winter Hymnal, a gospel serenade filled with a cappella. It’s a profusion of sweet acoustic chants, titles overflowing with pastoral poetry and mystical reverbs. Vocals resonating in echo as if in a church (Oliver James), folkloric tambourins (Mykonos), and catchy choruses: comforting warmth emanates from the record and the listening experience quickly becomes irresistible. Then, on the third disc, the guitars are plugged in to pick the album up a bit and unveil some delightful pop themes (In the Hot Hot Rays). The crew give the album a certain floaty weightlessness, even on Joan Baez’s legendary Silver Dagger. Overall, 100 minutes of astonishing folk music that provides a great insight into the Fleet Foxes’ staggering evolution and their undeniable songwriting talent. A box set that ends in a climax with previously unreleased demos, including English House (basement demo). A holy moment. © Clara Bismuth/Qobuz
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Classical - Released November 1, 2018 | Nonesuch

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Alternative & Indie - Released October 25, 2018 | Nonesuch

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Alternative & Indie - Released September 27, 2018 | Nonesuch

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International Pop - Released September 14, 2018 | Nonesuch

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International Pop - Released September 14, 2018 | Nonesuch