Logan K. Young’s Top Albums of 2010

Posted December 21st, 2010 by logan

Renaissance man of all that is unholy, Logan K. Young is master manipulator of ringtones, turns of phrase, and the sexually undecided. He has once again graced Drawer B with his top ten albums of the year:

1. Joanna Newsom, Have One on Me (Drag City)

2. Robyn, Body Talk (Interscope)

3. Toro Y Moi, Causers of This (Carpark)

Toro y Moi “Blessa” Music Video from Jon Casey on Vimeo.

4. Swans, My Father Will Guide Me Up a Rope to the Sky (Young God)

5. Titus Andronicus, The Monitor (XL)

6. LA Vampires & Zola Jesus, LA Vampires Meet Zola Jesus EP (Not Not Fun)

7. Yellow Swans, Going Places (Type)

8. The National, High Violet (4AD)

9. Liz Phair, Funstyle (self-released)

10. Twig Harper & Daniel Higgs, Clairaudience Fellowship (Thrill Jockey)

Clairaudience Fellowship from Thrill Jockey Records on Vimeo.

And Mr. Young’s Top Singles of 2010:

Big Freedia, “Azz Everywhere”
Coma Cinema, “Flower Pills”
Growing, “Mind Eraser”
Baby Dee, “Unheard of Hope”
Frank Black, “When I Go Down on You”
The Delta Mirror, “He Was Worse than the Needle He Gave You”
Xiu Xiu, “Dear God, I Hate Myself”
Salem, “King Night”
Aziz Ansari, “Kanye West vs. Darwish”
Pajamaband, “Fuck You Until You Die”

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