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    The American pianist’s new album takes inspiration from the Bible and features an eclectic range of musicians and singers

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    In her fifth studio album, the Welsh singer-songwriter channels furniture making and free-spiritedness

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    In their latest album, the American indie group maximise on texture and disillusionment but fail to create anything memorable

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    Concluding a trilogy of albums, the Soweto-based group invoke their ancestors and decry the middle class

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    The Australian bassist fuses left-field jazz, string quartet and choir into a detailed score

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    The Northampton rapper’s debut album targets the monarchy and Theresa May but without biting effect

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    The quartet addresses the romantic intimacy of Leoš Janáček and the nocturnal timbre of György Ligeti

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    The Canadian singer’s latest album is a well-constructed, quirky ode to the cult of Carly and her ‘Jepsies’

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    The New York jazz musician delivers seven timeless tracks, mixing arpeggios and fluent light touch lines

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    The electronic musician employs an intelligent program to shape the contours of her soundworld

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    The second album by the Chicago-based singer reinterprets her African-American musical heroines and heroes

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    The Canadian sings with commitment and power in a set of soul numbers played with chunky vigour

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    The singer lends her vocals to a personal album dedicated to the British folk musician

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    Canadian baritone Gerald Finley casts a visionary spell over the Finnish composer’s orchestral song cycle

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    For their eighth album, the Seattle-based drone metal band join forces with Hildur Gudnadóttir, Steve Albini and Anthony Pateras

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    In their first album since the departure of a key member, the New Yorkers have broken the mould — and not in a good way

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    The North Carolina-born singer collaborates with fellow Dublin local Francesco Turrisi to explore the theme of migration

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    The Canadian DJ reimagines a notorious 1992 rave in Castlemorton Common, Worcestershire

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    For their fifth album, the wind/brass ensemble breathes new life into French classical music from the early 20th century to the present day

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    In their follow-up to Small Town, the New York jazz duo set their sights on Thelonious Monk, The Drifters and another Bond classic

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    The second album by the Northern Irish singer tackles the travails of becoming an adult but the music experimentation is less effective