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Celtic Woman has a remarkable twelve-year legacy of introducing the most talented singers and musicians from Ireland onto the world stage. This collection showcases the angelic voices of Susan McFadden, Mairead Carlin, Eabha McMahon and introduces violinist Tara McNeill.
The Klezmatics, world-renowned, Grammy winning superstars of the klezmer universe, continue to redefine Yiddish music. This is their first album with no special guests. It is the sound of the band themselves.
Guitarist and former wunderkind Daniel Bachman's self-titled release. It is a full and complete collection of truly engrossing songs that sees Bachman's sonic arsenal expand to include elements of drone (generated by all acoustic instruments) and field recordings alongside his ever-present prowess on the acoustic guitar.
Mandy Cook has earned her place as a prominent artist in the Nashville music community, forging her musical niche by drawing on her classical vocal training and the influential Jazz and R&B of her childhood.
Ghosh presents an ode to the beauty of this illusion, celebrating the life of Ravi Shankar and his legacy of peace through music.
The ambitious follow up to the Through The Clouds EP focuses on Clarke's magnificent voice and lyrics alongside Walker's prodigious guitar-playing and arranging. The twelve songs, ten originals and two covers, serve as a snapshot of the endless cylce of night into day and back again.
Tanya Tagaq follows up her 2014 album Animism with an even more musically aggressive, more aggressively political, more challenging, more spine-tingling, and more powerful masterpiece.
Shane Parish is the mastermind behind the cutting edge rock band Ahleuchatistas, and is the guitarist for the experimental bands Doom Ribbons, Library of Babel, and Blind Thorns. Here he steps out with a remarkable and soulful acoustic solo project that digs deep into Appalachian roots.