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Top Ten New Bands of 2010

I really only took one factor into account when figuring out what constitutes a new band in this list: their first full length album was released in this country in this calendar year. So you may try to argue that some of these bands don’t count. I realize that Mumford & Sons’ album was released last year – in England; and that Suckers released music in 2009 – in the form of an EP. You may try to argue that some of these bands were not the top ten of the year, and if so, I ask you to leave your suggestions for substitutions in the comments. Also,

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these are in alphabetical order, I played favorites enough just putting them all in this list, right? FYI: You can jump to the bottom to stream this, or if you prefer to listen in rdio, it is there as well.

Bad Books – Bad Books (track: Please Move)

Best Coast – Crazy For You (track: Summer Mood)

Broken Bells – Broken Bells (track: The High Road)

Free Energy – Stuck on Nothing (track: Young Hearts)

Freelance Whales – Weathervanes (track: Generator ^ First Floor)Janelle Monae – The ArchAndroid (track: Faster)

Local Natives – Gorilla Manor (track: World News)

Mumford & Sons – Sigh No More (track: After the Storm)

Suckers – Wild Smile (track: Loose Change)

Young The Giant – Young The Giant (track: Cough Syrup)

Stream this whole list here:

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