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. Alfa Mist - Bring Backs

On his new album Bring Backs the producer, self-taught pianist and rapper takes us on a sonic trip back to his beat-making past on the streets of East London, through the depth and musicality he discovered composing and playing jazz.

2. Charlotte Cardin - Phoenix

On the titular, opening track to the Montreal singer-songwriter's debut album, Phoenix, you can practically feel her desire to be liberated, grappling with two versions of herself, which are physically present on the album's cover.

3. Dinosaur Jr. - Sweep It Into Space

Featuring co-production from Kurt Vile, the classic trio’s latest reunion album is their breeziest and most melodically generous yet.

4. Kooley High - Lazy Sunday

Amidst the trials and tribulations of life in 2021, this EP’s soundscapes will transport you to your own personal Lazy Sunday. Take a moment to relax and reflect, then get back to the good fight.

5. Maxwell Sterling - Turn of Phrase

Exceedingly ornate and yet mysteriously melancholic — timbres and melodies collide and combust, simultaneously recalling both electronic-avant-garde approaches and the holy music of the ancients, composed in decaying, cryptic manuscripts.