BrooklynVegan: 22 New Songs Out Today

“Wye Oak, The Brooklyn Youth Chorus, and Metropolis Ensemble join together to perform a song-cycle written by composer William Brittelle, and a Wye Oak piece reimagined by Brittelle, on Spiritual America, due out May 3 via Nonesuch. The first single from the project, “Forbidden Colors,” places Jenn Wasner’s vocals over a multilayered chamber orchestra piece.”

HipHopDX: "Cousin" Review

“It’s a curious turn, but one that finds them as oddly whimsical and satisfying as ever.”

The Guardian: "Home Stretch" Album

“The centrepiece of this latest collection is a perfect example of Andres's playful intelligence and individuality.”

Sequenza 21: Vivian Fung's "Dreamscapes" Review

“What sets Fung apart is her ability to take over the subconscious of the listener, to build a world so captivating that even the strangest of transitions happen seamlessly. “

Rolling Stone: "Undun" Review

The Roots’ 13th release is a concept album with a bravura twist: It narrates the story of a bootstrapping hustler in reverse, from death to birth.“

Pitchfork: "Undun" Review

“The Roots' 13th album, which includes a brief, four-part orchestral suite that builds off a Sufjan Stevens piece, is definitely their most downbeat.“

Classics Today: Dorman's "Concertos"

“This is really good stuff, a genuine discovery, beautifully played and excellently engineered. It will make you feel good about the future of contemporary Classical music.”