Jack Vidgen kicks off a hugely eclectic line-up of new releases this week including Santigold, Celtic Woman, B.o.B. and Norah Jones.
Australia’s Got Talent winner Jack Vidgen has his second album this week, titled Inspire. Also, Megastar Aussie boyband Human Nature have a new DVD of Motown tunes, which should do well.
Australian legend Judith Durham releases her Australian Cities Suite, Celtic Woman release Believe and Norah Jones has her new album Little Broken Hearts.
Electro-pastiche innovator Santigold releases the much-anticipated master Of My Make Believe and synthy-garagey duo Electric Guest have their Danger Mouse-produced Mondo.
Hip-hop star B.o.B. delivers Strange Clouds and Hollywood party-animal rapper Mickey Avalon finally releases his second album Loaded
Californian alt-rockers Eve 6 have their fourth album Speak In Code and classic blues-rockers Rival Sons have album number two Pressure & Time.
Veteran punks Pennywise release their new album All Or Nothing and re-release most of their catalogue.
British psych-poppers Mystery Jets deliver Rawlands and Baltimore indie-synth act Lower Dens have Nootropics.
Country artist Lee Brice follows up his ‘Love Like Crazy’ hit with new album Hard To Love.
Dubstep-metallers (yes, this is a thing) Skip The Foreplay release Nightlife and Deuce from schlockers Hollywood Undead releases his solo debut Nine Lives.
Metal act Fields Of Nephilim have Ceromonies and equally metal act Paradise Lost have Tragic Idol.
Club master Tiesto has his Club Life Volume II: Miami mix and there’s a second volume of Ministry Of Sound’s Dance Nation Hits.
The Avengers soundtrack is out now, featuring a brand-spanking new Soundgarden track.
We have a demos collection from Carole King and Early Takes from George Harrison as well as an ultimate collection from Air Supply.
And The Beach Boys have their first single in forever – ‘That’s Why God Made The Radio’.