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

1. Natalie Imbruglia – Firebird

Firebird is the sixth studio album by Australian-British singer-songwriter Natalie Imbruglia, it is also the first album to feature original material since 2009's Come to Life.

2. Jesse Malin – Sad and Beautiful World

Sad and Beautiful World marks Jesse Malin’s first double album release and is split up into two themes: One with a mellow, rootsy Americana vibe, the other side lets loose with an edgier rock swagger

3. Dave Okumu – Knopperz

Knopperz is the invisible singer Dave Okumu’s first solo release and this record is certainly an accurate reflection of a musician with a highly comprehensive history of working with different genres and renowned artists.

4. Mathias Eick – When We Leave

​​Norwegian trumpeter Mathias Eick is among the most immediately recognisable soloists to have emerged from the Norwegian jazz scene, When We Leave is his fifth studio album.

5 . Radiant Baby – Pantomime

Pantomime is Radiant Baby’s second LP, combining contemporary electronic sounds with 70s vintage influences, such as glam rock, punk, disco and new wave.

6. Bess Atwell - Already Always

On Already, Always, Bess Atwell offers one of the most assured records by a British artist in years. It focuses heavily on her own experiences yet has a universal appeal.