It Was A Very Good Year: Joe’s Favorites of 2010

Joe Copeland

Joe Copeland is TE’s resident jack of all trades.  When he’s not busy keeping things running smoothly in the office, posting concert fliers around town, or managing the many goings on at a show, you might catch him fetching a hard-to-find treat to satisfy the demands of our artists’ riders (more on that later this week).

He is the latest True Endeavors staffer to submit his picks for the best music of 2010.  Read on to check out what music caught Joe’s ear in 2010.


Favorite Albums of 2010:

1. Delta Spirit – History From Below

2. Colour Revolt – The Cradle

3. Dr. Dog – Shame, Shame (Deluxe Edition)

4. The National – High Violet

5. Arcade Fire – The Suburbs

6. Surfer Blood – Astro Coast

7. J. Roddy Walston & the Business – s/t

8. The Tallest Man On Earth – The Wild Hunt

9. Black Keys – Brothers

10.The Walkmen – Lisbon


Favorite EPs of 2010

1. Cold War Kids – Behave Yourself

2. The Tallest Man On Earth – Sometimes the Blues Is Just A Passing Bird

3. Delta Spirit – The Waits Room EP


Favorite Shows of 2010 (in no particular order):

The National w/Owen Pallet 9/28 @ The Orpheum (Click for live photos)

Dr. Dog w/ The Growlers 2/5 @ High Noon Saloon

Delta Spirit w/Darker My Love 11/18 @ High Noon Saloon (Click for live photos)

A.A. Bondy 2/1 @ High Noon Saloon (Click for live video)

Mission of Burma w/Surfer Blood and Turbo Fruits 4/9 @ High Noon Saloon

Colour Revolt w/ Pomegranates 9/18 @ Der Rathskeller

Murder By Death w/Ha Ha Tonka 5/11 @ High Noon Saloon (Click for live video)

Sleeping in the Aviary w/ Icarus Himself 5/21 @ The Frequency


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