All the best of the week's new music from the Uncut office stereo

A busy day here at Uncut, so I won’t detain you with too much waffle. Lots of good new music here, I think, including Mouse On Mars, King Tuff, Mien and Thurston Moore – but that Cornelius remix of Ryuichi Sakamoto‘s “ZURE” is an absolute highlight. While I know the album came out last year, if you’ve not already heard Sakamoto’s latest album, async, I urge you to track down a copy. A thing of rare beauty.

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1.
King Tuff
“The Other”
(Sub Pop)

2.
Mouse On Mars
“Dimensional People”
(Thrill Jockey)

3.
Trembling Bells
“Christ’s Entry Into Govan”
(Tin Angel Records)

4.
Ryuichi Sakamoto
“ZURE” (Cornelius remix)
(Milan Records)

5.
Let’s Eat Grandma
“HOT PINK”
(Transgressive Records/PIAS)

6.
Thurston Moore
“Mx Liberty”
(Blank Editions)

7.
The Men
”Rose On Top Of The World”
(Sacred Bones Records)

8.
Dungen & Woods
“Turn Around”
(Mexican Summer)

9.
Jonathan Wilson
“Loving You”
(Bella Union)

10.
Mien
“Black Habit”
(Rocket Recordings)

11.
The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar
“Pray For Me”
(Top Dawg Entertainment)

12.
Once & Future Band
“How Does It Make You Feel?”
(Castle Face Recordings)

13.
Dan Auerbach
“Up On A Mountain Of Love”
(Easy Eye Sound/Amazon Music)

14.
The Soft Moon
“Criminal”
(Sacred Bones)

15.
Kacy & Clayton
“This World Has Seven Wonders”
(New West Records)

16.
Albert Hammond Jr
“Muted Beatings”
(Red Bull Records)

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