I like her Videos more than her music. But the more I listen to her music, I like it better. And it becomes very familiar with time and easy to listen to. Recognisable when heard on the radio and soothing after all those empty tunes. I noticed she is never in the Video, it's always someone else, like the contemporary dancers in Elastic Heart or Heidi Klum in Fire Meets Gasoline. Very interesting Videos, though and I appreciate her because of that. I watched one and it lead me to another and to third, fourth. With time, some of those tunes I would recognise and I started even enjoying it. She's doing that thing with her voice that I didn't like in the beginning because it sounded like screaming and not singing, but I can see now that she controls it and it fascinates me. It's like in some moment in the song, she just frees her voice to do whatever it likes and it sounds amazing! First time I heard about Sia, I liked her name the best. Short and effective, but I imagined her music would be more artistic then modern and trendy. I guess that disappointed me in the end when I heard it's not electro pop, or indie, or funk. Just pop. Nothing else. At least she's one of the best pop artists this year. She wanted to be mainstream and it's what she got, because she is it. Mainstream. She worked with Jamiroquai as a background vocalist and other well known artists in UK. But after not being satisfied with the promotion of her albums and the work agencies did, she decided to move to New York and tour there. It's where the mainstream began. Last few songs that are important to mention are: Elastic Heart, Chandelier, Big Girls Cry, Fire Meet Gasoline, Alive.