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The 30th Uncut Playlist Of 2014

The 30th Uncut Playlist Of 2014
John Mulvey

Another issue in the bag yesterday, which'll be in UK shops on August 26, and which features, if you're in the mood for guessing games, someone who's never been on our cover before.

In the meantime, 22 things we've played in the office this week. Wish I had some of this Bing & Ruth album to play you. Also very much digging the Khun Narin Electric Phin Band's Thai psych at the moment; there's a snatch of what they do below…

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1 Martin Duffy - Assorted Promenades (O Genesis)

2 Underworld - Dubnobasswithmyheadman: Deluxe Edition (Universal)

3 Ólöf Arnalds - Palme (One Little Indian)

4 Various Artists - Local Customs: Cavern Sounds (Numero Group)

5 Bishop Nehru/DOOM - Nehruviandoom (Sound Of The Son) (Lex)

6 The Pop Group - We Are Time (Kartel)

7 Various Artists - Black Symbol Present Handsworth Explosion Vol One (Reggae Archive)

8 Philip Selway - Weatherhouse (Bella Union)

9 Mark Lanegan Band - Phantom Radio (Heavenly)

10 Matthew E White - Outer Face (Spacebomb/Domino)

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

12 The Wu-Tang Clan - Ron O'Neal (Soundcloud)

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

14 The Heads - Everybody Knows We Got Nowhere (Rooster)

15 Foxygen - …And Star Power (Jagjaguwar)

16 The Grateful Dead - Spring 1990: The Other One (Rhino)

17 Stevie Nicks - 24k Gold (Warners)

18 Khun Narin Electric Phin Band - Khun Narin Electric Phin Band (Innovative Leisure)

19 DJ Shadow - The Liquid Amber EP (Liquid Amber)

20 Various Artists - Kollektion 1: Sky Records Compiled By Tim Gane (Sky)

21 Sam Amidon - Lily-O (Nonesuch)

22 MV & EE - Alpha Lyrae (Child Of Microtones)

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