Music CD's can be checked out for three weeks, just like books and can be renewed up to three times.
The latest from three-time Grammy-winning San Francisco based band Train. The lead single is the infectious pop smash Play That Song.
The third album from the xx is marked by a tonal shift to something close to pure, crisp pop structure. It features ten of the most robust songs that the trio has ever created.
Sleater-Kinney's famously blistering stage performance style is captured on the band's first official live album. Recorded during their sold-out world tour, it features songs from nearly all of the band's releases.
Modern-day psychedelic rockers the Flaming Lips release the follow-up to their 2014 Beatles tribute With a Little Help from My Fwends. Their new album includes the singles The Castle and How??. (Explicit Content)
A new collection of songs from Starset which highlights their writing ability, modern rock production, and the wide-ranging vocal talents of frontman Dustin Bates.
Elbow's 2014 album, The Take Off and Landing of Everything, would go on to become their first number one album in their native Britain. Now they deliver the follow-up, which includes the single Magnificent (She Says).
Stephen Pearcy, best known as the original vocalist and founding member of Ratt, releases his fourth solo album.
AFI releases the follow-up to their top ten 2013 album Burials. Produced by the band's guitarist, Jade Puget, the CD includes the tracks Snow Cats and White Offerings. (Explicit Content)
One of the biggest names in electronic music is back with his first new studio album since 2014. Deadmau5's latest includes the single Let Go.
The latest from Beth Hart showcases an eclectic range of influences from her childhood including Jazz, Rock and Blues. It also follows up the release of her acclaimed album Better Than Home.
One of the most acclaimed and innovative artists in music adds to his long list of works with a brand new album, which serves as the follow-up to The Ship.
When the Replacements ended their reunion tour in 2015, Tommy Stinson walked into his home studio armed with a pocketful of new songs and a clean slate. What emerged was this long-awaited sophomore album from Bash & Pop.