It's that time of the week! Here are five of the very best artworks for this week's Creative New Music Friday including credits for all the creators involved.

1. Amythyst Kiah - Wary + Strange

Rolling Stone calls Tennessee singer-songwriter Amythyst Kiah “one of Americana’s great up-and-coming secrets” and their roots LP is released today on Rounder Records.

2. Kings of Convenience - Peace Or Love

12 years since their last release, Norwegian easy-listening duo Kings of Convenience are back to their folk-pop roots with Peace Or Love, out now on EMI Records.

3. Don Cherry - The Summer House Sessions

Don Cherry is one of the leading voices of the avant-garde, and his once-lost Summer House Sessions are available now, more than fifty years since they were first recorded.

  • Painting Moki Cherry
  • Design Alec Mapes-Frances

4. Half Moon Run - Inwards & Onwards

The Montreal-based band of multi-instrumentalists Half Moon Run’s second EP, Inwards & Onwards, dovetails with last year’s Seasons of Change and is out now.

5. LAUREL - Limbo Cherry

Following the release of Petrol Bloom last year, the latter half of LAUREL’s Chrome Sparks-produced EP, Limbo Cherry, is out now via Communion.