A recent favorite album of ours seems to be a favorite of critic Alex Ross's, too. About Víkingur Ólafsson's Debussy Rameau—
The pianist’s technique is astonishingly exact and clear, almost translucent. He avoids ostentatiously rolled chords, misty articulation, blurry pedalling, and other atmospherics in which Debussy is too often smothered. There is a gentle sway to the rhythm, as though a steady breeze were pushing the music forward.
Ross makes a good point at the end of his column:
When we take music for free off the Internet, we should seek ways to give concrete support to the people who made it. Sites such as Bandcamp have a far more generous way of sharing revenue, though nothing equals the impact of paying for a recording directly: the income from a single CD sale is equivalent to that of more than a thousand streams. ... If the performing arts are to retain a place in our society, we will have to rethink how we value them—economically, culturally, politically. For now, we can try to repay artists for the immense library of music that we have been given, or, more precisely, that we have taken.