Moses Sumney lists his favorite albums of the decade
Moses Sumney wrapped up the decade by announcing a new double album, græ; it’s the follow-up to his 2017 debut Aromanticism and due out digitally in February, with a physical release to follow in May. To start the new year, and new decade, he took to Instagram to share his favorite albums of the 2010s. It’s an interesting list, mixing plenty of critics’ picks with some choices that haven’t appeared on many lists. Moses’ top thirteen includes albums from St. Vincent, Kanye West, Chairlift, Hundred Waters, Majical Cloudz, Ropert Glasper Experiment, Thundercat, and more, and the rest of his list has Beach House, Beyonce, Bibio, Erykah Badu, Feist, Jenny Hval, Laura Mvula, Rosalia, Radiohead, Sufjan Stevens, Tirzah, The Roots, Yellow Ostrich, Frank Ocean, Deerhunter, Blake Mills, and others. He also lists his favorite EPs, including Empress Of, KING, Nick Hakim, and more. See his list in full below.
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And since absolutely no one asked, here are my favorite albums of the last decade, in alphabetical order. Full bodies of work that broke and mended my heart, expanded my mind, confused & comforted me. (Though most of the music I listened to was from previous decades.) What’s on your list?