It's that time of year when everyone is sharing their End Of Year lists and we've been sharing some of ours recently too (check out our biggest review of the year in our January 2020 issue).
However, as it is also the end of the decade, here's a list of Editor's Picks of some of the best albums from the 2010s.
There are names in contemporary music that loom so large it's difficult to get through or around the shadow they cast, and few are as impenetrable as Fugazi. Although the band has done nothing since its announced 2003 hiatus and has never officially broken up, the Washington DC quartet remains one of the most influential Rock bands of the past three decades. Ian MacKaye formed The Evens and has done production work, Guy Picciotto is primarily a producer, Joe Lally has release
1/9 Indianapolis, IN @ Duke's Indy 1/10 Joliet, IL @ Chicago Street Pub Music, Food, & Beer 1/11 St Louis, MO @ San Loo 1/12 Memphis, TN @ Growlers 1/15 Asheville, NC @ Isis Music Hall 1/18 Huntington, WV @ The V Club 1/19 Lexington, KY @ The Burl 1/24 Hamilton, OH @ North Second Tap and Bottle Shop Listen to "Changes" on Spotify.
If we’re not careful, the latest album from Kentucky folk singer/songwriter Daniel Martin Moore could easily get lost in all the commotion of noisy new releases that are seeking to make a big splash on the music scene. The former Peace Corps volunteer, first won a record contract with Sub Pop by sending them a demo of home recordings of his gentle folk songs, and here on his 9th album in 12 years, you get a sense of attractive spirit and artistry that he brings to his music.