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In the past year, Ingrid Michaelson has vaulted from indie-pop sweetheart to a bona-fide pop star. Her last album, Lights Out, was her highest charting debut yet. Her latest album keeps the momentum going with lead single Hell No.
The tenth studio album from Grammy Award winning Alt Rock band Wilco is the follow-up to 2015's Star Wars and includes the songs Someone To Lose and Child.
The unique and daring new album from the Grammy and AMA nominated rock group Bastille features the single Good Grief.
The joyous exuberance of the Beatles' three sold-out Los Angeles shows in 1964 and 1965 is captured in a brand new album, which also serves as a companion to the upcoming documentary directed by Ron Howard.
Spanning his entire career, this collection features acoustic recordings from several of Jack White's many musical ventures, including the White Stripes and the Raconteurs. Included are B-sides, unreleased material, and more.
Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Gavin DeGraw returns with his fifth studio album, which includes the single She Sets the City on Fire.
Genre-agnostic, Lydia Loveless and her road-tightened band stretch from soaring, singalong pop gems, roots around the edges, to proto-punk.
Amos Lee's last album, Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song, earned acclaim from many, including The New York Times and Entertainment Weekly. He follows that success with a new album that includes the single Vaporize.
The third album from Grouplove features the signature anthemic choruses and infectious hooks that first brought them to prominence through hits like Tongue Tied. It brilliantly showcases their richly narrated songs with elaborate production.
Formerly one-half of the Grammy Award-winning duo The Civil Wars, John Paul White returns with his first solo release in eight years. The first single, The Martyr, made its debut on NPR's All Songs Considered.
After a two-and-a-half-year wait, Of Mice & Men return with a brand new album. They deliver thirteen aggressive rock anthems that will satisfy their ever-growing fan base including the lead single Pain.
In 1990, Prince went back on the road with a revamped band for his back-to-basics Nude Tour. Prince brought in keyboardist Rosie Gaines, drummer Michael Bland, and dancing trio The Game Boyz.
Recorded in Nashville with producer Jay Joyce, this album crackles with the upbeat, sing-along energy of the Head And the Heart's finest work. Includes the single All We Ever Knew.
The two disc set includes a career-spanning collection of O.A.R.'s biggest hits and incredible live shows plus new studio material.
Pop Metal band A Day To Remember return with this new collection of eclectic songs including the hit single Paranoia.
Along with the 2015 radio hit Passenger, the latest album from Trapt features their most ambitious single to date with Human (Like the Rest of Us).
The kick-start album-opener 'Villainy' signifies the band's unbridled new energy and huge ambitions. It feels like a nice wrapping-up of who they are: these Southern California kids who grew up feeling like the world was this endless possibility.