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The 28th Uncut Playlist Of 2013

The 28th Uncut Playlist Of 2013
John Mulvey

Gearing up for the Atoms For Peace show tonight with this lot: please note (and in some cases listen to) new Forest Swords, Feral Ohms (another Ethan Miller band, this one very much in the Comets On Fire zone) and a reissue for Robbie Basho’s long-unavailable first Windham Hill album. The Desert Heat record sounds better with every play, too…

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1 Forest Swords – Excavations (Tri Angle)

2 Mazzy Star – Seasons Of Your Day (Rhymes Of An Hour)

3 Elvis Costello & The Roots – Wise Up Ghost (Blue Note)


5 Toiling Midgets – Live At The Old Waldorf, July 21, 1982 (Ektro)

6 Tony Joe White – Hoodoo (Yeproc)

7 Mark Kozelek (And Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy) - I Can’t Live Without My Mother’s Love (Caldo Verde)

Listen here…

8 Manic Street Preachers – Rewind The Film (Columbia)

9 Oneohtrix Point Never – R Plus Seven (Warp)

10 Robbie Basho – Visions Of The Country (Gnomelife)

11 Thom Yorke – The Eraser (XL)

12 Quasi – Mole City (Domino)

13 Feral Ohms – Living Junkyard (Valley King)

14 Wooden Wand & The World War IV - Wooden Wand & The World War IV (Three Lobed Recordings)

15 Tim Hecker – Virgins (Kranky)

16 Various Artists – Inside Llewyn Davis: Original Soundtrack Recording (Nonesuch)

17 Promised Land Sound - Promised Land Sound (Paradise Of Bachelors)

18 Danny Paul Grody – Between Two Worlds (Three Lobed Recordings)

19 The Groundhogs – Split (Liberty)

20 Desert Heat – Cat Mask At Huggie Temple (MIE Music)

21 Sidi Touré – Alafia (Thrill Jockey)

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