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The 29th Uncut Playlist Of 2013

The 29th Uncut Playlist Of 2013
John Mulvey

The new issue of Uncut should be in UK shops today, with an exclusive in-depth look at the new entry in Dylan’s Bootleg Series, plus Nilsson, Canned Heat, Morrissey, Armando Iannucci, Linda Thompson, Julianna Barwick and, I’m particularly pleased to say, Rocket From The Crypt. More here…

Some big names on the playlist this week, I guess, though nothing I’ve enjoyed as much as the Promised Land Sound album (which I’ll try and blog about in the next day or two) and the amazing Robbie Basho review (the image above is from its front cover).

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

2 Jonathan Wilson – Fanfare (Bella Union)

3 Kitchens Of Distinction – Folly (3Loop Music)

4 Bob Dylan – Another Self Portrait (1969-1971): The Bootleg Series Vol. 10 (Columbia)

5 Arctic Monkeys – AM (Domino)

6 Fuzz – Fuzz (In The Red)

7 Thomas Dinger – Für Mich (Bureau B)

8 Tony Joe White – Hoodoo (Yeproc)

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

10 Thom Yorke – Feeling Pulled Apart By Horses/The Hollow Earth (_Xurbia_Xendless)

11 Mountains - Mountains Mountains Mountains (Thrill Jockey)

12 Okkervil River – The Silver Gymnasium (PIAS)

13 Magik Markers – Ice Skater/Machines (Drag City)

14 Comets On Fire – Field Recordings From The Sun (Ba Da Bing)

15 Volcano Choir – Repave (Jagjaguwar)

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

17 Various Artists – Machines (Virgin)

18 Feral Ohms – Living Junkyard (Valley King)

19 Promised Land Sound – Mother Of Sorrows (Demo)

20 William Tyler –A Portrait Of Sarah (Merge)

21 Robbie Basho – Visions Of The Country (Gnomelife)

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The 3rd Uncut Playlist Of 2015

Still at that stage of the year where I nearly type 2014 every time instead of 2015, but time moves on - swifter, perhaps, than Bjork for one would've liked this week, given how an unauthorised leak forced the release of "Vulnicura" a couple of months ahead of schedule.