It's not just you: Over the last five years, there's been a seismic shift in the way we engage with music. We tweet, tumbl, stream, and share our favorite songs; we scour dead links and navigate obtrusive pop-ups for the newest mixtapes; we watch our music videos on Youtube and Vevo. We watched the explosion of EDM, the birth of drill, the rise and fall of chillwave. We debated how to pronounce FKA twigs, whether the album was dead, and where Bobby Shmurda's hat went. We met Kendrick Lamar, Frank Ocean, Grimes, Jessie Ware, Disclosure, Miguel, and Charli XCX. We saw LCD Soundsystem break up, Neutral Milk Hotel reunite, and My Bloody Valentine release a new album--a shooting star if there ever was one. [Pitchfork]

By the end of this year it will be halfway through the current decade, and to mark that, Pitchfork is posting lists of the best tracks, albums, and videos of the decade so far, this week. Today, they put out their list of the top 200 tracks. Like most of Pitchfork's 'top tracks' lists, it ranges from big names to underdogs in indie, electronic, hip hop and more, plus a few huge radio-pop songs sprinkled in. Can you guess what made #1?

Check out the full list HERE and browse the top 20, below...


Pitchfork's Top 20 tracks of 2010-2014
20 - Daft Punk - Get Lucky
19 - Beach House - Zebra
18 - Kanye West - Monster
17 - LCD Soundsystem - Dance Yourself Clean
16 - Todd Terje - Inspector Norse
15 - Nicki Minaj - Super Bass
14 - Sky Ferreira - Everything is Embarrassing
13 - Usher - Climax
12 - Beyonce - Countdown
11 - Tame Impala - Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
10 - Drake - Hold On We're Going Home
9 - Deerhunter - Helicopter
8 - Frank Ocean - Pyramids
7 - Azealia Banks - 212
6 - Robyn - Dancing on My Own
5 - Kendrick Lamar - Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe
4 - M83 - Midnight City
3 - Kanye West - Runaway
2 - Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti - Round and Round
1 - Grimes - Oblivion

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