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The 17th Uncut Playlist Of 2014

The 17th Uncut Playlist Of 2014
John Mulvey

So much good here this time out, after missing a playlist last week for various reasons. Where to start?

Well, the clip of Hiss Golden Messenger playing a new song backed by Megafaun and Justin Vernon is pretty special. I can also especially recommend the new OOIOO album and the first work I’ve heard by Ethiopian pianist Girma Yifrashewa, but there are plenty more interesting links to follow below if you have a few minutes. Black Stone Cherry, I should say at this point, are not endorsed by this blog…

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1 OOIOO – Gamel (Thrill Jockey)

2 Lonesome Leash – One Foot In Front Of The Other (www.bandcamp.com)

3 To Rococo Rot – Instrument (City Slang)

4 Jack White – Lazaretto (Third Man/XL)

5 Martyn & Four Tet – Glassbeadgames (8 Hours At Fabric Dub) (Ninjatune)

6 Alice Coltrane – A Monastic Trio (Superior Viaduct)

7 Sam Doores, Riley Downing & The Tumbleweeds – Holy Cross Blues (Dollartone)

8 Girma Yifrashewa – Love And Peace (Unseen Worlds)

9 Reigning Sound – Shattered (Merge)

10 Cerebral Ballzy – Jaded & Faded (Cult)

11 Craig Leon – Anthology of Interplanetary Folk Music Vol 1: Nommos/Visiting (RVNG INTL)

12 Black Stone Cherry – Magic Mountain (Roadrunner)

13 Prins Thomas – III (Full Pupp)

14 White Fence – For The Recently Found Innocent (Drag City)

15 Hiss Golden Messenger/Megafaun/Justin Vernon – Mahogany Dread (Live)

16 Wolfgang Voigt – Rückverzauberung 9/Musik für Kulturinstitutionen (Kompkakt)

17 Lewis – L’Amour (Light In The Attic)

18 Dennis Russell Davies & Sinfonieorchester Basel -Philip Glass: Symphony No 1 “Low” (Orange Mountain)

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