I Hope You Can Forgive Me

Madison McFerrin explores intimate themes on her debut full-length album featuring her father, jazz icon Bobby McFerrin.

Brooklyn singer Madison McFerrin’s self-produced album I Hope You Can Forgive Me explores personal change, self-preservation, love, and leaving behind fear. Madison’s intimate vocals echo with elements of jazz, soul, R&B, and electro-pop.

Madison collaborates with her father, jazz singer Bobby McFerrin, on ‘Run’. Madison made her debut in 2016 with a selection of a capella anthems on Finding Foundations.

‘Run’ and ‘Testify’ feature in our playlists Inversion and Sarah Picks.

An Old Hall Ladymass

Grammy nominated vocal ensemble Trio Mediæval explore the historically significant 15th century Old Hall Manuscript.

An Englishman Abroad

Renowned period ensemble La Serenissima celebrates the life and work of Nicola Matteis the Younger and composers of the Carolean Age.

The Forest in Me

Xylouris White explore Cretan music of original and traditional composition in their fifth album reflecting on isolation and intimate inner emotions.

Forever Means

American singer-songwriter Angel Olsen explores grief and love on her latest EP of songs recorded during her ‘Big Time’ sessions.

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