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THE SIXES

Tigerlily did some best of lists in sixes for 2010 and tagged me, so here you go, bubbeleh:



Albums:

  • Droids Attack, Must Destroy
  • Karma To Burn, Appalachian Incantation
  • Robyn, Body Talk
  • Ufomammut. Eve
  • A Place To Bury Strangers, Exploding Head (technically 2009, but close enough)
  • Various Artists, AmRep 25th Anniversary Bash Non-Collector Scum CD

Songs:
  • Nikki Lynette, "So Bad Ass"
  • Robyn, "Fembot"
  • Big Freedia, "Make Ya Booty Go
  • Droids Attack, "Must Destroy"
  • Dan Sartain, "Anything I Say"
  • Skunk Anansie, "My Ugly Boy"

Live:
  • Guided By Voices @First Avenue
  • STNNG @The Turf Club
  • The Wedding Present @The 400 Bar
  • Today Is The Day @Grumpys
  • The Godbullies @Grumpys
  • Hammerhead @Grumpys

Movies:
  • The Good, The Bad, The Weird
  • Centurion
  • True Grit
  • Who Is Harry Nilsson?
  • Redline
  • Splice

TV Shows:
  • Mad Men
  • Parks & Recreation
  • Fringe
  • V
  • Community
  • The Guild

Comics:
  • Fumi Yoshinaga, Ooku: The Inner Chambers
  • Daniel Clowes, Wilson
  • Naoki Urasawa, 20th Century Boys
  • Moto Hagio, A Drunken Dream & Other Stories
  • Chris Onstad, Achewood Vol.3 : A Home For Scared People
  • Rich Burlew, Order of the Stick, Vol. 4: Don't Split The Party


Books:
  • Gail Carringer, Soulless
  • Cherie Priest, Boneshaker
  • Various, Steampunk
  • Gordon Dahlquist, The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters
  • Kij Johnson, Fudoki
  • Clarice Lispector, The Hour of the Star

Websites:

Internet Radio/Music Blogs
  1. Mirrorshades Radio
  2. Chunklet
  3. Radio K
  4. Hardcore Math User
  5. Fast 'N' Bulbous
  6. Bitchtapes





Note: these are based solely on what I actually read/bought/saw in 2010. I didn't consult any other best-of-lists from major players because I don't care. I am often a couple of years late on things, so fill me in if I missed something. BlogBooster-The most productive way for mobile blogging. BlogBooster is a multi-service blog editor for iPhone, Android, WebOs and your desktop

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