Tal Wilkenfeld has returned with a new solo album called “Love Remains.” As opposed to her 2007 instrumental release, “Transformation,” her latest record focuses on her songwriting and marks her vocal debut.
Snarky Puppy has returned with a new studio album called “Immigrance.” The new record lets the 19 band members let loose in places, but bassist and bandleader Michael League says their focus this time around was on the groove.
Guitarist Oz Noy’s new album, “Booga Looga Loo,” is now available. Noy’s impressive guitar work is supported by an unbelievable cast of musicians, including Will Lee, James Genus, and John Patitucci.
The Meat Puppets have returned with their 15th studio album, called “Dusty Notes,” which also marks the first release featuring the original lineup since 1996.
Saxophonist David Liebman hit it big when he joined Miles Davis in 1972 for the recording of the album “On The Corner.” Now, 47 years after the album’s recording, Liebman has gathered an incredible band to pay homage to the album - including Victor Wooten.
Weezer has released their long-awaited thirteenth studio album, simply called “The Black Album.” Three years in the making, the record is a departure from the band’s typical sound.
The wait is finally over: Dream Theater’s fourteenth studio album, “Distance Over Time,” is available now. The album was created with a more tight and focused sound compared to 2016’s “The Astonishing.” The whole writing process took only 18 days, which they say harkens back to the process for 2003’s “Train of Thought.”
Consider the Source have released their first new album in four years, called “You Are Literally A Metaphor.” The record is the sixth studio effort from the Sci-Fi Middle Eastern Fusion band.
Les Claypool and Sean Lennon have teamed up again for a second album under the Claypool Lennon Delirium banner. “South of Reality” is a continuation of the duo’s psychedelic and experimental sound they first introduced with 2016’s “Monolith of Phobos.”
House of Waters has returned with a new album called “Rising.” The innovative trio, anchored by bassist Moto Fukushima, is known for their unusual instrumentation and exploratory music.