Joshua Hedlund

By Joshua Hedlund on January-5-2011 | Filed under Best of 2010 | Share

Top Albums

1. Timbre – Little Flowers
2. Flatfoot 56 – Black Thorn
3. Children 18:3 – Rain’s A’ Comin’
4. The Skies Revolt – Plastic Revolution
5. The Chariot – Long Live
6. As I Lay Dying – The Powerless Rise
7. Lecrae – Rehab
8. Underoath – Disambiguation
9. Showbread – Who Can Know It?
10. Arcade Fire – The Suburbs
11. House Of Heroes – Suburba
12. Flobots – Survival Story
13. Living Sacrifice – The Infinite Order
14. Jars Of Clay – The Shelter
15. Mumford & Sons – Sigh No More
16. My Epic – Yet
17. Insomniac Folklore – LP
18. Johnny Cash – American VI: Ain’t No Grave
19. Lakes – The Agreement
20. Josh Ritter – So Runs The World Away

Top 5 EPs

1. The Ember Days – Finger Painting
2. Lovelite – Nearness
3. Enlou – Body of Water, Body of Friends
4. Josh Ehrmann – Stone’s Throw
5. Oh Brother – The Death of Day

Honorable Mentions

Abel – Lesser Men
Andy Hunter – Collide (EP)
Bradley Hathaway – A Thousand Angry Panthers (EP)
Brooke Fraser – Flags
Men As Trees Walking – 1518
Sufjan Stevens – The Age of Adz

Top 10 Songs

1. Timbre – “The Wind May Be Beautiful”
2. Timbre – “I Will Go Plant Little Flowers”
3. Children 18:3 – “Cover Your Eyes”
4. House Of Heroes – “Love Is For The Middle Class”
5. Bradley Hathaway – “The World Is Screaming”
6. Arcade Fire – “We Used To Wait”
7. Showbread – “You’re Like A Taxi”
8. Lakes – “Lovely”
9. Flatfoot 56 – “Shiny Eyes”
10. Johnny Cash – “Ain’t No Grave”

Most Anticipated Albums of 2011

Deas Vail
Explosions In The Sky (?)
The Ember Days (?)
Matt Thiessen (?)

Sw5 EPs

About the author Joshua Hedlund

I like listening to music and trying to promote the stuff I like (@joshuahedlund), and sometimes I play piano and try to write stuff (I just picked up the accordion!). I married my lovely bride Emily in October 2010. We want to be a RYFO house one day but for now just support bands through going to shows and doing interviews and whatever else we can! View all posts by Joshua Hedlund

5 Responses to 'Joshua Hedlund'

  1. For links to music videos and full reviews, and explanations of what I liked about these albums, see

    And for the songs:

  2. Yeah I see Lecrae in the same position I put him at. I wonder if someone else put him at number 7?

    I need to check out that Johnny Cash album!

    • Yeah it’s not one of Cash’s best necessarily (I’m not sure how many more “unreleased tracks” they can milk out of the dead guy) but, after all, it’s Cash. They’re mostly simple songs/covers about a man nearing the end of his life and reflecting back or looking forward to what comes next… pretty neat given the context.

  3. Timbre’s album is so good.

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