Lots to watch and hear on this week’s critical rundown of new music

In haste today, as I’m surrounded by removal men, acclimatising to a new computer, and trying to get two magazines out of the door by the end of play. Nevertheless, here’s this week’s selection. Notable new additions from Tinariwen, Joanna Newsom and Israel Nash that are well worth checking out, if you’ve got a few minutes to spare…

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1 Pharoah Sanders – Kazuko (Live In An Abandoned Tunnel In San Francisco 1982)

2 Tinariwen – Elwan (Anti-)

3 Michael Chapman – 50 (Paradise Of Bachelors)

4 Miles Davis – Freedom Jazz Dance: The Bootleg Series Volume 5 (Columbia/Legacy)

5 Joanna Newsom – Make Hay (Drag City)

6 The Silence – Nine Suns, One Morning (Drag City)

7 Chris Robinson Brotherhood – If You Lived Here, You Would Be Home By Now (Silver Arrow)

8 Jim James – Eternally Even (ATO/Capitol)

9 Mushroom – Psychedelic Soul On Wax (4 Zero)

10 The Afghan Whigs – Black Love (20th Anniversary Edition) (Mute)

11 Steve Hauschildt – Strands (Kranky)

12 Solange – A Seat At The Table (RCA)

13 Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Skeleton Tree (Bad Seed Ltd)

14 Danny Brown – Atrocity Exhibition (Warp)

15 Hand Habits – All The While (Woodsist)

16 75 Dollar Bill – Wood/Metal/Plastic/Pattern/Rhythm/Rock (Thin Wrist)

17 Noura Mint Seymali – Arbina (Glitterbeat)

18 Kaia Kater – Nine Pin (Kingswood)

19 Israel Nash And The Bright Light Social Hour – Neighbors EP (?)

20 The Flaming Lips – Oczy Mlody (Bella Union)

21 Daniel Bachman – Daniel Bachman (Three Lobed)

22 PJ Harvey – Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea (Island)

23 The Shins – Dead Alive (Youtube)

24 Gillian Welch – Boots No 1: The Official Revival Bootleg (Acony)