Uncut Editor's Diary

The 28th Uncut Playlist Of 2014

The 28th Uncut Playlist Of 2014
John Mulvey

There's a song on this new Purling Hiss album, playing again now, that sounds more or less like "Debaser" played by Dinosaur Jr. Along with the intensely spirited debut by Mary Timony's Ex-Hex and a comp of the pre-Beachwood Sparks, Sebadoh-indebted Further, it feels a little like College Rock revisited week. Deep late '80s/early '90s vibes, good times etc.

Plenty of more meditative offerings here, including the best drone record I've heard in a while courtesy of Metabolismus (who feature Samara Lubelski), Labradford-like manoeuvres from a couple of that band's ex-members (Anjou), and Philip Corner's strong Morton Feldman-ish take on Satie. Tricky album's not bad, either…

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1 Bing & Ruth - Tomorrow Was The Golden Age (RVNG INTL)

2 Ex-Hex - Rips (Merge)

3 Steve Gunn – Way Out Weather (Paradise Of Bachelors)

4 Caribou -Our Love (City Slang)

5 Purling Hiss - Weirdon (Drag City)

6 Tweedy - Sukierae (dBpm)


8 White Fence - For The Recently Found Innocent (Drag City)

I reviewed this one here

9 Metabolismus - Sus (Amish)

10 Syl Johnson - Diamond In The Rough (Hi/Fat Possum)

11 The Rosebuds - Sand + Silence (Western Vinyl)

12 Tricky - Adrian Thaws (False Idols)

13 Martin Carr - The Breaks (Tapete)

14 Jack White - Icky Thump/99 Problems (Live in Louisville, 19/7/14)

15 Chris Forysth & The Solar Motel Band - Intensity Ghost (No Quarter)

16 Sleep - The Clarity (http://video.adultswim.com/music/singles-2014/)

17 Philip Corner - Satie Slowly (Unseen Worlds)

18 Further - Where Were You Then? (Bad Paintings)

19 Dustin Wong & Takako Minekawa - Savage Imagination (Thrill Jockey)

20 Tallesen - Stills Lit Through (Software)

21 Anjou - Anjou (Kranky)

22 Jennifer Castle - Pink City (No Quarter)

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