Best Indie Rock Songs 2010, Vol. II: Foals, Deerhunter, Wolf Parade, Titus Andronicus, Andrew Bird, No Age, Warpaint, LCD Soundsystem
A few days ago, we popped out the first volume in this series of the Best Indie Rock Songs of 2010, which we expect to have at least another few volumes. So, you’ll have plenty of songs from 2010 to stream and add to your own MP3 player playlists.
In the interest of time (since there’s so much 2011 music already out and in the pipeline to keep us busy bunny rabbits), we’re not writing out any reviews. The music speaks for itself. In some cases, you can click on the artist or band name to see the original article they appeared in 2010 (which often have even more songs), and in other cases, you can click the album title if you’re interested in making a quick and easy purchase of the album for which the song appears.
In fact, many of the albums presented in this series constitute Best Albums of 2010. And in case you want to get any of them at 320kbs MP3 no lock quality, the album titles are linked directly to purchase via Amazon. In fact, many of the best albums of 2010 are on sale for only $5.00! You can get four albums from Amazon at $5.00 for the same price of one new CD release. Five dollars for a great album is less than some fancy coffee drinks go for at Starbucks. But, the music you will have forever, and do whatever you want with it, copy it to all your MP3 devices – iPod, iPhone, Mac or PC, iHome, car stereo. Plus, if you ever lose your MP3s, you can re-download the originals. We receive a tiny commission for every album you purchase with the album links below. Enjoy.
“What Did My Lover Say? (It Always Had To Go This Way)” – Wolf Parade from Expo 86
Note: Many of these awesome releases are on sale via Amazon for great prices, including many for just $5; that’s better than iTunes. Just click on the album title to go right to that page in Amazon.
“Sunglasses” – Whiplash from The Sunglasses
Don’t miss Vol One of the Best Indie Rock Songs of 2010
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