Consequence of Sound Reveals Top 100 Albums of 2010s

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CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND

REVEALS TOP 100 ALBUMS OF 2010s

 

 

November 7, 2019 – Consequence of Sound is celebrating the end of a decade with their “Best of 2010s” lists. They kicked things off earlier this week with their list of the “Top 100 Albums of the 2010s” which includes Beyonce’s Lemonade, Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly, Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, Lorde’s Melodrama and Vampire Weekend’s Modern Vampires of the City in their top five. The full list is available today at consequenceofsound.net/2019/11/top-albums-of-the-2010s.

 

“A decade passes in an instant, but life can change so much in an instant. All I can tell you is here are 100 records that matter or meant something to us across the last 10 years of our lives. Some take me back, some mean something else entirely now, and some make me scratch my head at a version of myself that has long since grown out of his piercings, hoodies, and soul patch,” shares Editorial Director Matt Melis. “These albums make me remember, they make me cry, and, maybe as important as anything, they make me sing along or nod my head as I figure out what comes next. I love them all, and I hope you find a few here to love or love all over again.”

 

In the coming days, Consequence of Sound will reveal its Top 100 Songs of the 2010s, Top 100 Films of the 2010s, and Top 100 Television Shows of the 2010s, as well as genre-specific lists for each category. You can find complete 2010 coverage here.

 

 

Every Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. EST, Editor-in-Chief Michael Roffman will host a roundtable of critics on Relevant Content to discuss each week’s respective list. News Editor Ben Kaye will also be spinning exclusive playlists of some of the best music from the lists every Monday at 6:00 p.m. EST. Be sure to listen on Consequence of Sound Radio exclusively on TuneIn.

 

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About Consequence of Sound

Consequence of Sound is the missing link between mainstream pop culture and the underground, featuring news, editorials, and reviews covering the worlds of music, movies, and television. In addition, the website features the Festival Outlook micro-site, which serves as an online database for music festival news and rumors. In 2019, Consequence of Sound launched Consequence Radio, a 24/7-hour, 365-day online radio station on TuneIn. Over the past decade, the New York and Chicago-based online publication has accrued a devoted readership in the millions for its reliability, precision, and character with regards to music, television, and film. An owned and operated property of Consequence Media, Consequence of Sound is visited by more than 8.5 million unique visitors monthly and ranks among the most visited and engaged digital pop culture publications. Consequence of Sound is listed as one of the most influential music websites by Technorati, About.com ranked CoS the year’s best music blog, based on “Technorati rankings and the online buzz throughout the year”. Style of Sound calculated that Consequence of Sound charted as the second most influential music blog.

 

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