Toronto-based Contact reimagines the ambient classic in Cantaloupe's third Brian Eno release.

Six all-star composers, including Michael Gordon, Meredith Monk, and Terry Riley, make Transient Glory III YPC's most diverse album yet.

DJ Spooky explores the history of racial politics in cinema with REBIRTH OF A NATION, out on CD/DVD and digital August 28, 2015. Preorder now!

The future is loud. Brace yourself for Michael Gordon's futuristic epic played by the L.A. Phil.

Jazz legend Bobby Previte teams up with post-minimalist masters Sō Percussion for TERMINALS, an epic project of five percussion concertos with soloists Zeena Parkins, Nels Cline (Wilco), John Medeski (MMW), Greg Osby and Previte himself. Out digitally 10.28.14 and on limited edition double-gatefold vinyl 11.18.14

John Luther Adams' Become Ocean, conducted by Ludovic Morlot and performed by the Seattle Symphony. Two-disc CD/DVD package with stereo and 5.1 surround recordings available 9.30.14.

Bang on a Can is at it again with brand new sounds by Steve Reich, Christian Marclay, Todd Reynolds, Mira Calix, Jóhann Jóhannsson & more!

Out 5/27. love fail ft. Anonymous 4 is the hotly-anticipated follow up to David Lang's death speaks

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From NPR to the New York Times, the critics weigh in on the best from Cantaloupe Music in 2015.


John Luther Adams' electro-acoustic percussion epic Ilimaq gets the full treatment, with Grammy-winning Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche behind the kit.


All Things Considered's Arun Rath talks with Julia Wolfe about her first reaction to winning the Pulitzer Prize, and the making of Anthracite Fields.

Anthracite Fields

Julia Wolfe's Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields: out today on Apple Music.


Julia Wolfe's Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields is now streaming exclusively on Apple Music. The pre-release album is also available exclusively on iTunes.

Clockwise from top left: Yannick Nézet-Séguin leading the Philadelphia Orchestra; Will Liverman, Rachel Sterrenberg and Lawrence Brownlee in “Yardbird”; Eva-Maria Westbroek in “Francesca da Rimini”; and the Twelfth Night Festival at Trinity Church.CreditClockwise from top left: Hiroyuki Ito for The New York Times ; Dominic M. Mercier; Marty Sohl/Metropolitan Opera; and Leah Reddy


Julia Wolfe's Anthracite Fields, set for September 25 release, gets an advance nod from the New York Times.