I like to play on the safe side

2011/01/01 § 5 Comments

Here I will list the top ten
artists/albums/songs I have listened to the most in 2010 (taken primarily from last.fm) with some links. Predominantly to have some sort of control of my music taste through the years, but perhaps someone can find new music here (highly unlikely, looking at the list – it is all quite “””mainstream”””.) I cannot seem to find many surprises on these lists, sadly, but perhaps it will astonish some others.


Top ten artists in 2010:

  1. Bright Eyes
  2. Florence + the Machine
  3. Ellie Goulding
  4. Mystic Valley Band
  5. Paloma Faith
  6. Conor Oberst
  7. My Chemical Romance
  8. Bat For Lashes
  9. Soap&Skin
  10. 100 Monkeys

Top ten albums in 2010:

  1. Lungs (Florence + the Machine)
  2. Lights (Ellie Goulding)
  3. Noise Floor (Bright Eyes)
  4. Do You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful? (Paloma Faith)
  5. Digital Ash In A Digital Urn (Bright Eyes)
  6. Two Suns (Bat For Lashes)
  7. Cassadaga (Bright Eyes)
  8. A Collection Of Songs Written And Recorded (Bright Eyes)
  9. A Christmas Album (Bright Eyes)
  10. Outer South ( Mystic Valley Band)

Top ten songs in 2010:

  1. Spencer Bell – Beautiful, More So
  2. Lykke Li – Possibility
  3. Ellie Goulding ft Erik Hassle – Be Mine
  4. Bright Eyes – Southern State
  5. Bright Eyes – Joy Division
  6. Bright Eyes – Coyote Song
  7. Soap&Skin – Sleep
  8. Marina and the Diamonds – Obsessions
  9. Bright Eyes – Lila (the video on this link is wonderfully funny)
  10. Bright Eyes – Motion Sickness

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