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The 23rd Uncut Playlist Of 2013

The 23rd Uncut Playlist Of 2013
John Mulvey

The week thus far fairly inevitably dominated by Neil Young & Crazy Horse (here’s my review of the O2 gig), but there are plenty of good new things here.

Dwelling on Neil Young a little longer, though, on various bits of the internet I’ve read a lot of criticism and disgruntlement about his approach on these UK dates, but I’ve not been contacted directly (on Twitter, Facebook, blog comments, email) from anyone who was unhappy with the setlist/feedback jams/etc. I’d be really interested to hear an alternative view, if you’d like to get in touch…

Stooges tomorrow night, anyhow. In the meantime, please check out the Chris Forsyth tracks (especially if you've been digging Steve Gunn). The Jon Hopkins album sounds really nice this morning, too.

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1 Dawn Of Midi – Dysnomia (Thirsty Ear)

2 Ted Lucas – Ted Lucas (Yoga)

3 Neil Young & Crazy Horse – Surfer Joe And Moe The Sleaze (Reprise)

4 Califone – Stitches (Dead Oceans)

5 Deep Magic – Reflections of Most Forgotten Love (Preservation)

6 Stephanie McDee – Call The Police

7 The Allman Brothers – Brothers & Sisters (Universal)

8 Neil Young – Silver & Gold (Reprise)

9 MONEY – The Shadow Of Heaven (Bella Union)

10 Boards Of Canada – Tomorrow’s Harvest (Warp) (click to read my review)

11 Venom P Stinger – 1986-1991 (Drag City)

12 Kanye West – Yeezus (Virgin)

13 Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band – Solar Motel Parts 1-4

14 The Civil Wars – The Civil Wars (Sensibility/Columbia)

15 Sebadoh – Secret EP (Domino)

16 Arp – More (Smalltown Supersound)

17 Neko Case – The Worse Things Get, The Harder I Fight, The Harder I Fight, The More I Love (Anti-)

18 Jon Hopkins – Immunity (Domino)

19 Howes – TD-W700/Leazes (Melodic)

20 Ty Segall – Sleeper (Drag City)

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