CD cover of 'In the Wake of Neil Gunn' by Mike Vass

Mike Vass: In the Wake of Neil Gunn

An instrumental recreation of the writer’s 1937 voyage up the West Coast of Scotland

DVDs and Downloads

God's Pocket DVD cover
A subtly hued blue-collar drama spiced up with petty criminals, booze-soaked journalists and a brutal killing
DVD cover: Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For
First-class pulp craftsmanship based on Frank Miller’s ultra-noir comic books
All the tropes of Scandinavian noir are here, acted out at mental asylums, farmhouses, lakes, etc
Cover of Lo’Jo's 310 Lunes

Lo’Jo: 310 Lunes

An idiosyncratic celebration of the group’s 32nd year of activity: set includes songs arranged for chamber brass ensemble

Andy Stott's 'Faith in Strangers'

Andy Stott: Faith in Strangers

The Manchester producer takes electronic music beyond genre, shifting between ambient minimalism and industrial trip-hop

Sun Kil Moon: Benji

Mark Kozelek relates morbid tales with dry self-absorption, and the songs are presented as autobiographical

Freddie Gibbs and Madlib's 'Piñata'

Freddie Gibbs and Madlib: Piñata

Looped samples and jazzy textures provide a dreamlike backing to the Indiana rapper’s mid-ranking tales of street life

Witch Mountain's 'Mobile of Angels'

Witch Mountain: Mobile of Angels

A mighty assemblage of grinding riffs, frazzled solos and singer Uta Plotkin’s Joplin-esque wail

Saint Saviour's 'In the Seams'

Saint Saviour: In the Seams

Teeside singer Becky Jones joins forces with Bill Ryder-Jones - and the results have a thoughtful quality

Cover of Hank Crawford's 'True Blue'

Hank Crawford: True Blue

The alto saxophonist is equally at home with small-group brass and sparse acoustic rhythm as well as the backbeats of soul

CD Cover of 'Miles Davis featuring John Coltrane: All of You: The Last Tour 1960'

Miles Davis featuring John Coltrane: All of You: The Last Tour 1960

Specialist release gathers various recordings and captures the jazz legends’ 1960 European tour

Bach's 'Orchestral Suites'

Bach: Orchestral Suites

With lively performances of piquancy and intimacy, Richard Egarr keeps alive the AAM’s reputation for fresh thinking

Andrzej and Roxanna Panufnik: Messages

The Brodsky Quartet interpret three string quartets of the Polish composer as well as pieces by his daughter

Rameau: Pièces de clavecin

Mahan Esfahani plays with virtuoso flair, and changing registrations to create a kaleidoscope of sounds

Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett: Winter Wonderland

With Bennett’s crooner’s voice and Lady Gaga’s Liza Minnelli-inspired performance, the unlikely pair interpret classic Christmas songs

Handel: Messiah

Emmanuelle Haïm directs the music in this recording that closely follows the 1752 Covent Garden Theatre performance

Benjamin Britten et al: Lux de caelo

Graham Ross conducts the choir in this no ordinary seasonal offering that ends with Schoenberg’s ‘Friede auf Erden’

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