In their first album in almost two decades, Parliament and George Clinton have lost none of their funky vision. And you’ll never hear a “health care debate” quite like this: a whole project devoted to what ails us.
Pete Seeger remains a national treasure of American folk music. A new project marking his 100th birthday offers unexpected collaborations on some of his best songs.
Willie Nelson and the Louvin Brothers as well as outliers like Suzanne Ciani and Nathan Bowles made our “must hear” list for 2018.
Members of this Brooklyn-based group came together over a love of “spooky music.” But their album “The Veil” adds touches of ‘50s-style crooners, Spaghetti Westerns – even surf guitar.
Craft Recordings’ New Orleans anthology features debuts by Johnny Adams and Irma Thomas alongside regional icons like Professor Longhair.