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The 18th Uncut Playlist Of 2014

The 18th Uncut Playlist Of 2014
John Mulvey

Scene of some devastation this morning, as we’re surrounded by crates, packing for a move to new offices on the floor below. In haste, then: this has been the soundtrack for throwing out a load of old shit these past few days. Special attention, please, to the tremendous new Pye Corner Audio business…

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1 Sam Lee & Friends - More For To Rise EP (Nest Collective)

2 Wildest Dreams – Wildest Dreams (Smalltown Supersound)

3 Stick In The Wheel – Bones EP (Stick In The Wheel)

4 Girma Yifrashewa – Love And Peace (Unseen Worlds)

5 Reigning Sound – Shattered (Merge)

6 Sharon Van Etten – Are We There (Jagjaguwar)

7 Straight Arrows – Rising (Agitated)

8 Martyn – The Air Between Words (Ninjatune)

9 Curtis Mayfield – Superfly (Charly)

10 James Blackshaw – Fantômas (Tompkins Square)

11 The The – Soul Mining (Sony)

12 King Creosote – From Scotland With Love (Domino)

13 OOIOO – Gamel (Thrill Jockey)

14 Hiss Golden Messenger – Brother, Do You Know The Road? (Merge)

Listen to it on the blog here

15 Chicago Transit Authority - Chicago Transit Authority (Columbia)

16 Pye Corner Audio/Not Waving - Intercepts (Ecstatic)

17 Samantha Crain – The Confiscation EP (Fulltime Hobby)

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

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

20 Morrissey – World Peace Is None Of Your Business (Harvest)

21 Matt Kivel – Insignificance (Woodsist)

22 Günter Schlienz – Contemplation (Preservation)

23 Dusted Lux – Neverended (Preservation)

24 Bob Dylan - Full Moon And Empty Arms (Columbia)

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Editor's Letter

The 43rd Uncut Playlist Of 2014

Very taken with Africa Express' version of "In C", by Terry Riley, this week. I have a few takes on the piece (50 years old this month, incidentally), the latest being one by Portishead's Adrian Utley from a couple of years back, though I still probably default to what I think is the original...