5 Best Albums of 2010

5 Best Albums of 2010

There were a lot of good albums in 2010 and of course, don't be surprised if this list primarily consists of a electronic music (that shouldn't be a surprise). I like a lot of types of music... However, these are the top 5 albums that caught my interest the most this past year.

5) Grum - Heartbeats
80's disco dance cheese. Grum's Heartbeats is a pretty fun listen from beginning to end.
Purchase: Heartbeats

4) Delphic - Acolyte
If you're into Phoenix and indie-dance-rock type of music then Delphic's Acolyte is probably your best bet of 2010. This album is also produced by electronic DJ/producer, Ewan Pearson.
Purchase: Acolyte

3) Groove Armada - Black Light
A surprising new sound from Groove Armada by trying to keep their style fresh. Collaborations from Bryan Ferry, Fenech Soler and Jess Larrabee.
Purchase: Black Light [Amazon Exclusive]

2) Magnetic Man - Magnetic Man
A really good album for you Dubstep fans, or listeners that want to get into Dubstep.

1) Underworld - Barking
Of course... The electronic pioneers change up their sound with co–productions by Mark Knight, D. Ramirez, Sharam, Paul van Dyk, and High Contrast, make for a very good album.
Purchase: Barking

Album Review: Underworld - Barking
Album Review: Magnetic Man
Album Review: Groove Armada - Black Light
Album Review: Delphic - Acolyte
Album Review: Grum - Heartbeats

1 comment:

Jan Shaw said...

New ARTISTdirect interview with Groove Armada's Andy Cato! He talks about their recent Grammy nomination for "Black Light", Friendly Fire & more! http://bit.ly/gAiNZ8