Bigger, brighter and better than their debut, TDCC's second album is a joy to listen to.
Turning an almost entirely electronic setup into a warm, folky soundscape, Milky Chance's debut is a unique little gem.
Blur's genre-hopping magnum opus is one of the best Britpop albums out there, despite a shaky second half.
Going from loud and heavily layered to quiet and beautifully understated, Novo Amor's first solo album is a promising start.
Space's debut album is one of the weirdest, most experimental and unbelievably catchy albums of the 1990s.
An exercise in musical inventiveness from start to finish, The Main Drag's second album is experimental without being pretentious.
TDCC's debut is a sharp, relentlessly fun burst of energy that doesn't outstay its welcome.
Released before their debut album but recorded afterwards, Fleet Foxes' second EP acts as an excellent prologue (or epilogue) to their self-titled album - and their first EP is best left untouched.