FILTER’s Top 10 of 2009: Sean Bones
By Staff on December 10, 2009
Although we're busy prepping for the start of 2010, FILTER is putting its list of New Years Resolutions (the one's we're actually going to keep this time) aside for a moment and honoring the best albums of 2009. But that's not all: FILTER is presenting a top 10 list from a guest artist each day this month.
Divulging his top 10 list today is the dance-happy Sean Bones, the frontman of the reggae-pop hybrid of the same name. 2009 was a golden year for Bones, who not only released a debut LP, Rings, in July, but also starred in the indie film Wah Do Dem, which premiered at the 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival. As Bones recovers from his newfound fame and glory, he takes some time out to reflect on what albums got him through his unexpectedly eventful year.
1. Flaming Lips – Embryonic
2. Graham Coxon - The Spinning Top
3. Dan Auerbach - Keep it Hid
4. Blakroc - Blakroc
5. Staff Benda Bilili - Tres Tres Fort
6. Port O'Brien - Threadbare
7. Raekwon - Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II
8. Super Furry Animals - Dark Days/Light Years
9. Arctic Monkeys - Humbug
10.Girls - Album