Goldfrapp - Silver Eye. A slightly uneasy mix of their more slick dancey stuff and their more pensive stuff, but much of it is good.
The dBs - Repercussion. Still love this one.
Stricken City - Losing Colour. Dappled Cities - Granddance. I had it in my head I liked one of these similarly named bands, but it turns out I like neither.
Bikini Kill - Reject All American. Somewhat hit-and-miss but there's a few great songs - more interesting songwriting than you might expect from their reputation.
Mekons - Ancient And Modern, Existentialism. Two late-period releases, both with points of interest. The first has a bunch of good songs mixed in with some mediocrity. The second is a live album of new material recorded around one microphone, and the immediacy of it sometimes outweighs the obvious challenges.
Kevin Ayers - Whatevershebringswesing. I like the long first track. Will spin this again sometime.
Roxy Music - debut. I always admired this more than I liked it, and it's definitely a little too all-over-the-place, but it's worked for me my last couple listens.
Lana Del Rey - all of her albums. She's got an obvious shtick but when it works, it really works, and her catalogue's more diverse than it might appear at first glance. Surprisingly, I thought Ultraviolence was her best but now I think it might be her worst - certainly the worst produced. Lust For Life would maybe be her best except it's diluted by too many guest artists, so I'll lean towards her newest one.