My Top 10 Albums of the Decade!

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It’s the start of a new year, and not only that, but a new decade! Wow, happy new year to everyone!

To wrap up 2019 and the last decade, we are currently in the midst of everyone’s “Best of” lists so why not add to that and share my Top 10 Albums of the Last Decade. I actually posted this on my Instagram story a week ago asking if you guys wanted to see my top albums of 2019 OR the past decade and the majority of you voted for the decade so here we are.

It actually took me a while to narrow this list down to only 10 albums because 10 years is a long ass time with a lot of amazing, kick ass music. In the end, this list encompasses a variety of albums throughout the last decade that either introduced me to some of my favourite artists to this day, albums that I couldn’t wait to receive on vinyl when I got my first record player for Christmas a few years ago, or albums that I listened to on repeat from front-to-back at a certain point in time, therefore ingraining a special moment of time in my life. I hope you guys enjoy my list, and I would love to hear what some of your top albums of the decade/2019 were as well! Continue reading “My Top 10 Albums of the Decade!”

my top 5 concerts of 2017

As promised last week when I posted my Top 5 Albums of the Year, this week we’re talking about my Top 5 Concerts of 2017! Anyone that knows me, knows that I’m an avid and very frequent concert-goer. I mean, it’s the only way to FEEL the music you love, up close and personal with those who make it, while being surrounded by those who love it just as much as you do. In 2017, I was lucky enough to have the chance to see so many amazing artists and bands that narrowing this list down to only 5 was quite difficult. These five shows are the ones where not only did the band put on a performance worthy of a standing ovation, but also helped to cultivate a warm community at the show and made me feel the most sense of belonging. Continue reading “my top 5 concerts of 2017”