A hell of a mixed bag at the start of 2012, with everything from country to electro to pop to garage rock.
Norah Jones’ country covers project The Little Willies offer their second album The Good Times, Martina McBride delivers her Hits And More collection, and Nashville star Jake Owen releases Barefoot Blue Jean Night.
UK electro-rockers The Big Pink return with their long-awaited second album Future This and acclaimed Philly indie rockers Jukebox The Ghost offer Everything Under The Sun.
French electro master Martin Solvieg drops his fifth album Smash, hipster Brooklyn synthpop trio Class Actress deliver Rapprocher.
Ethereal pop act Trailer Trash Tracys release their debut Ester and Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’ put out their disturbing, three-hour soundtrack to Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.
Touring Canadian singer-songwriter David Myles offers his sixth album Into The Sun and fellow Canuck power poppers Sloan keep it coming with The Double Cross.
New garage roughnecks Howler release their debut America Give Up and garage rock legends the Fleshtones drop their millionth album Brooklyn Sound Solution.
Plus, Irish crooner Daniel O’ Donnell has a bunch of re-releases and there’s an enormous amount of classical re-releases.