Welcome back to the Qobuz Minute, the perfect biweekly podcast to fuel your music discovery. On the menu this week: Nadine Shah's second album LP entitled Fast Food is available for your enjoyment on Qobuz and the British singer-songwriter demonstrates just how far she has come since 2012. We have the wonderful Benjamin Clementine and his debut album At Least For Now, which was the winner of our Qobuzism award for excellence and originality and, following an initial release in France, is now available for you to stream or download on Qobuz. Next up is our electro Qobuzism award winner, Superpoze, for their atmospheric album, Opening. The Classical pick of the week is Voyage by solo harpist Lavinia Meijer and is another fine Hi-Res production from Sony Classical. Cassandra Wilson finishes off the list of new releases this time around with her tribute album to Billie Holiday, entitled Coming Forth By Day - one that transports a truly iconic songbook to the present day. Our retrospective takes a look at the life and career of Lou Reed, coinciding nicely with the release of an important part of his discography in 24-Bit Hi-Res quality on Qobuz.