Jessica Ackerley – A New Kind of Water (self-released; 2019)
Claire Rousay – t4t (No Rent; 2019)
Shanghai Symphony Orchestra/Long Yu – Gateways (Deutsche Grammophon; 2019)
> Qigang Chen – Wu Xing (The Five Elements); La joie de la souffrance (The Joy of Suffering) – Maxim Vengerov; Fritz Kreisler – Tambourin chinois – Maxim Vengerov; Sergei Rachmaninoff – Symphonic Dances
Michael Pisaro – Achilles, Socrates, Diotima (The Poem of Names, No. 2) – INSUB Meta Orchestra (INSUB; 2019)
Magnus Granberg – Als alle Vögel sangen mein Sehnen und Verlangen – INSUB Meta Orchestra (INSUB; 2019)
Matana Roberts – Coin Coin Chapter Four: Memphis (Constellation; 2019)
Tuluum Shimmering – Blue Water Sunray (self-released; 2019)
William Basinski – On Time Out of Time (Temporary Residence; 2019)
James MacMillan – Miserere; The Strathclyde Motets; O bone Jesu; Tenebrae Responsories – The Sixteen/Harry Christophers (Coro; 2011)
Ted Hearne – Hazy Heart Pump (New Focus Recordings; 2019)
> For the Love of Charles Mingus – Miki-Sophia Cloud; The Answer to the Question That Wings Ask – Saul Williams, Mivos Quartet; Furtive Movements – Ashley Bathgate, Ron Wiltrout; Nobody’s – Diana Wade; Vessels – Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti, Miki-Sophia Cloud, Ted Hearne; Exposure – Argus Quartet
Yes – In the Present—Live from Lyon (Frontiers; 2011)
This week in On the Record, The Necks defy expectation and categorization on 'Three,' their 21st album, new on Northern Spy. Plus dozens of listings for forthcoming releases.
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This week in On the Record: Bandcamp has responded to the current COVID-19 pandemic by waiving its fees for 24 hours, directing more money to artists and labels—here are some new and recent releases to buy today.