Logan K. Young’s Top Albums of 2010

Posted December 21st, 2010 by Logan Young · No Comments

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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