Sia’s career-spanning Best Of heads up a very eclectic week in new music.
Sia has effectively quit being a public musician, preferring to stay behind the scenes now, so it’s the perfect time to grab her career-spanning Best Of.
Following that, Grammy-winning country act The Civil Wars have a deluxe edition of Barton Hollow out.
Angelique Kidjo releases Spirit Rising – a live album with guests Branford Marsalis Josh Groban and Ezra from Vampire Weekend.
Speaking of, feted chantuese Laura Marling offers up A Creature I Don’t Know: Live From York Minster and Macy Gray drops her Covered album, which is, unsurprisingly, a cover album.
New York tribal indie-pop unit Young Magic have their heady new album Melt and former Teenage Fanclub lynchpin Gerard Love has a Electric Cables out under the name Lightships.
Emo princes The Used have a new album Vulnerable, Swedish tech-metal masters Meshuggah deliver Koloss, and metalcore Poms Your Demise have The Golden Age.
French rock dudes dEUS deliver Keep You Close and UK alt-rock duo Blood Red Shoes offer their third album In Time To Voices.
Texan indie-rockers Shearwater have their eighth album Animal Joy and Canadian indie quartet Zeus release their third album Busting Visions.
The Titanic: Anniversary Edition of the film’s soundtrack hits stores, as does the one for Mirror Mirror, and there’s also Tom Petty anthology. Truly something for everybody this week.