Today we see long-overdue albums from Sneaky Sounds System, Feist, Ryan Adams, Evanescence, DJ Shadow and more.
Sydney electro-poppers Sneaky Sound System’s long-awaited third album From Here To Anywhere and goth metal stars Evanescence release their even-longer-awaited self-titled album.
Ryan Adams releases his first album in a while, too, with Ashes And Fire. And another long-awaited album comes from indie chick Feist in the form of Metals.
Living legend of UK camp, Cliff Richard, delivers his soul collaboration cover album Soulicious and living legend of country Merle Haggard has Working In Tennessee.
New wave indie act Faker drop their new How Did We Not Get Loved EP, as does folkie Jens Lenkman with An Argument With Myself.
Magnetic Fields frontman Stephen Merritt has his rare and unreleased compilation Obscurities.
US metalcore act Blessthefall deliver Awakening, experimental hardcore unit La Dispute have Wildlife and Irish rockers The Answer release Revival.
Legendary beatmaker DJ Shadow has his fourth album The Less You Know The Better, UK stars Stereo MCs give us Emperor’s Nightgale, and producer duo Designer Drugs drop Hardcore Softcore.
Mums will love Katherine Jenkins’ Daydream and/or The Jersey Boys Christmas album Season Greetings.
The Drones release their new DVD A Thousand Mistakes and John Farnham releases a live DVD of Whispering Jack In Concert.