Feature Album



Hurray For The Riff Raff - The Navigator

New Orleans' Hurray For The Riff Raff take their roots sound to town – New York to be precise – for a rough n rumble rock affair on life in the big city.

Laura Marling - Semper Femina

On Semper Femina, Laura Marling creates a compelling conversation in song pondering the nature and ways of femininity.

Nadia Reid - Preservation

Pure and unabashedly pretty, New Zelander Nadia Reid's songs ring clear as a bell both in sound and feeling, turning matter-of-fact thoughts into something reaching the poetic.

Thundercat - Drunk

You might think it's case of strange bedfellows to mix soft rock with hip hop, funk and soul but California's Thundercat makes sure the main ingredients on Drunk are heart and humour.

Toby Martin - Songs From Northam Avenue

For his new solo album, Youth Group's Toby Martin went to Bankstown in Sydney's Western suburbs, writing and working with Vietnamese and Middle Eastern musicians to produce Songs From Northam Avenue – it's community in action.

Jens Lekman - Life Will See You Now

Owing as much to Abba as he does the Go Betweens, Sweden's Jens Lekman has returned with Life Will See You Now and all his insightful, wry, amusing disco-fuelled glory.

Holly Throsby - After A Time

For her first album in many years, After A Time finds Sydney's Holly Throsby at her most direct and affecting.

2SER Feature Albums for 2016

2016 has been a tough ride for music with the losses of terrific artists such as Sharon Jones, Leonard Cohen, David Bowie, Leon Russell, Prince and more. But it's been a terrific year for releases when it comes to new music and 2SER Feature Albums. Check the full list of Feature Albums for 2016 below for proof!

We'll be back with more great Feature Albums for 2SER Supporters to win in 2017. If you'd like to enjoy the benefits of becoming a 2SER Supporter and help keep Real Radio on the air in Sydney, sign up at support.2ser.com and listen for the cue to call during 2SER Breakfast, Drive and Static. 


Ty Segall - Emotional Mugger

The James Hunter Six - Hold On!

NO ZU - Afterlife

Lucinda Williams - The Ghosts of Highway 20

Animal Collective - Painting With

Mavis Staples - Livin' On A High Note

The Goon Sax - Up For Anything

Thao & The Get Down Stay Down - A Man Alive

The Drones - Feelin' Kinda Free

Bibio - A Mineral Love

Explosions In The Sky - The Wilderness

Charles Bradley - Changes

Summer Flake - Hello Friends

The Grand Magoozi - The Grand Magoozi

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard - Nonagon Infinity

ANOHNI - Hopelessness

Mark Pritchard - Under The Sun

Yumi Zouma - Yoncalla

L-FRESH the LION - Become

Deep Street Soul - Come Alive

Emma Russack - In A New State

Whitney - Light Upon The Lake

M Craft - Blood Moon

The Avalanches - Wildflower

The Julie Ruin - Hit Reset

Blood Orange - Freetown Sound

Liz Stringer - All The Bridges


Dinosaur Jr - Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not

Community Radio - Look Now You're Cursed

Ryley Walker - Golden Sings That Have Been Sung

De La Soul - . . And The Anonymous Nobody

Cass McCombs - Mangy Love

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Skeleton Tree

Angel Olsen - My Woman

Teeth & Tongue - Give Up On Your Health

The Ocean Party - Restless

The Laurels - Sonicology

Leonard Cohen - You Want It Darker

Teenage Fanclub - Here

Hiss Golden Messenger - Heart Like A Levee

A Tribe Called Quest - We Got It From Here . . Thank You 4 Your Service

Lower Plenty - Sister, Sister

Gillian Welch - Boots No. 1: The Official Revival Bootleg

Gillian Welch - Boots No. 1: The Official Revival Bootleg

For the last 2SER Feature Album of 2016 we're going a little deeper with one of the pivotal albums of the Americana movement – Boots No 1 – The Official Revival Bootleg is a special collection of outtakes, demos and unreleased demos from Gillian Welch, circling around the time she released her great 1996 debut, Revival. 

Lower Plenty - Sister, Sister

You might say Melbourne's Lower Plenty sit somewhere between the Go Betweens and the Velvet Underground but their new album Sister Sister has them occupy a space all their own.

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