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Let’s Talk: What was your favourite music from the 2010s?

After having a little time to myself after work, I decided to do a little insatiable digging and scouring into the past works and creations of what we saw in terms of music in the 2010s.

After an unwilling acceptance of enjoying chart music a little too much when I was younger, I thoroughly enjoyed the pump-it-loud electronica r’n’b music of Black Eyed Peas, bleary-eyed MIKA and eventually my evolution of indie music with Foster The People’s Pumped Up Kicks.

I always love venturing down a music wormhole of past pleasantries and gander into what my music tastes used to be like during my childhood.

And by God, how much has it changed. Now, I have no idea who enters the charts at one point during the week. It’s a world of unknown and now, a minimal disdain for all things popular music. Bleurgh.

What are your favourites of the 2010s?

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Here are mine, based on what’s in my collection. I didn’t include reissues.

A Perfect Circle – Eat the Elephant
Airborne Toxic Event – Hollywood Park
Arcade Fire – Suburbs
Black Veil Brides – Wretched and Divine
Black Ribbons – Neuromancer
Catfish and the Bottlemen – The Ride
Coheed and Cambria – The Afterman Descension, The Unheavenly Creatures
Dirty Honey EP
Foo Fighters – Sonic Highways
Gaslight Anthem – Handwritten
Ghost – Prequelle
Golden State – Division
Matthew Good – Something Like A Storm
Greet Death – New Hell
Tom Keifer – The Way Life Goes
Muse – Drones
Neverending White Lights – Act III Love Will Ruin
Stars – No One Is Lost
Steel Panther – All You Can Eat
Tea Party – Black River EP
Thrice – To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere
War on Drugs – Lost In The Dream
White Lies – Friends, Big TV

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I’ve always enjoyed concept albums. I think Dave and company should get lots of credit for how they wrote Sonic Highways.

If I had to pick only one from my list, it would be Coheed’s Unheavenly Creatures. I’m still playing it a ton.

They put out a single last year that I can’t get out of my head. It’s a sequel to Rick Springfield’s Jessie’s Girl.

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Oh haha that’s brilliant. An oddly satisfying end to the story of Jessie’s Girl. Their virtuous operatic rock concept albums have always stood out from the crowd. I recently got into them when Shoulders appeared on my Spotify’s recommended, and I should definitely revisit some of their old works.


Right? That sequel is such a catchy song. It was totally worth the $1.29 on Itunes. I haven’t read any of their graphic novels upon which the albums are based (all but one), but to me it doesn’t matter. Their stuff rocks.

Shoulders eh? I can’t say that I know of this band. I’ll look them up.

Hollywood Park was perhaps my favourite album of 2020. For that album, I had to read the accompanying book. What a story.

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Oh wow, that’s such a compelling story in regards to The Airborne Toxic Event. I must invest time into the book itself aswell as the album catalogue. What a lovely twist to favourite albums of 2020.


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