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The 16th Uncut Playlist Of 2013

The 16th Uncut Playlist Of 2013
John Mulvey

Strange juxtapositions and all that, but please have a listen to the Date Palms track and, in the unlikely event you haven’t been near the internet for the past few days, the Daft Punk clip. Nile Rodgers’ expression is a thing of joy, among other things.

Apologies for the clandestine business around Number 18, but that record hasn’t actually been announced yet. Good, though (I’m not convinced everything else is on this list).

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1 Date Palms – The Dusted Sessions (Thrill Jockey)

2 Daft Punk – Get Lucky (Sony)

3 Date Palms – Honey Devash (Mexican Summer)

4 The Deviants – Ptooff! (Angel Air)

5 Mavis Staples – One True Vine (Anti-)

6 Queens Of The Stone Age – ...Like Clockwork (Matador)

7 Charlie Poole With The Highlanders - The Complete Paramount & Brunswick Recordings, 1929 (Tompkins Square)

8 Michael Chapman – Wrecked Again (Light In The Attic)

9 RP Boo – Legacy (Planet Mu)

10 Danny Paul Grody – Three (Three Lobed)

11 Darker My Love – Alive As You Are (Dangerbird)

12 Mark Kozelek & Jimmy Lavalle – Perils From The Sea (Caldo Verde)

13 John Fogerty – Wrote A Song For Everyone (Columbia)

14 The Master Musicians Of Bukkake – Far West (Important)

15 The Shouting Matches – Grownass Man (Middle West)

16 Pusha T – Numbers On The Boards (GOOD Music)

17 Richard Thompson – Electric (Proper)


19 Stellar Om Source – Joy One Mile (RVNG INTL)

20 Basement Jaxx – Back 2 The Wild (37 Adventures)

21 Ravi Shankar - The Living Room Sessions Part 2 (East Meets West Music)

22 Sigur Ros – Kveikur (XL)


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