Albums Of The Year And Decade WIth Dappled Cities

Before J-Lo’s “Waiting For Tonight” soundtracks every mediocre New Year’s Eve house party on Earth Pedestrian thought we’d ask our favourite artists, record labels and assorted creatives for their top albums of 2009 AND the decade.

It’ll be an ongoing feature so keep checking back for more lists than a Nick Hornby novel feverish listomania! First off the bat is Dappled Cities bassist Alex Moore who shares a potentially biased recap of his favourite albums of the aughties/naughties/2000’s. Take it away Alex.

Top 10 Albums Of The Decade

Mew – And the Glasshanded Kites
Mastodon – Leviathan
Dappled cities fly – A Smile
Of Montreal – Hissing Fauna, Are you the Destroyer?
Wolf Parade – Apologies to the Queen Mary
Ween – Quebec
The Dillinger Escape Plan – Calculating Infinity
Augie March – Sunset studies
Bjork – Vespertine
Lightening Bolt – Wonderful Rainbow

Top 10 Albums of 2009

Isis – Wavering Radiant
Akron/Family – Set ’em Wild, Set ’em Free
Converge – Axe to Fall
Dappled cities – Zounds
Empire of the Sun – Walking on a Dream
Jay-Z – The Blueprint III
Sarah Blasko – As Day Follows Night
Philadelphia Grand Jury – Hope is for Hopers
Mastodon – Crack the Skye
Arctic Monkeys – Humbug