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The 38th Uncut Playlist Of 2012

The 38th Uncut Playlist Of 2012
John Mulvey

Lots of links to follow from this week’s playlist, although one should be treated with fairly obvious caution. Not many survivors from previous charts, either; seems we’ve hit a decent new wave here.

Special props, anyhow, to Ryan Francesconi, Holly Herndon, Pelt, Koen Holtkamp, the Aussie boogie comp and, in particular, the collaborative album between Tim Hecker and Daniel Lopatin aka Oneohtrix Point Never. Check this out…

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1 Alfonso Lovo – La Gigantona (Numero Group)

2 Andy Roberts – Urban Cowboy (Fledg’ling)

3 Matthew E White – Big Inner (Hometapes)

4 Holly Herndon – Movement (RVNG INTL)

5 Marc Ribot/Ceramic Dog – Bread & Roses (www.marcribot.com/)

6 Pangaea – Release (Hessle Audio)

7 Natural Snow Buildings – Night Coercion Into The Company Of Witches (Ba Da Bing)

8 Daniel Bachmann – Seven Pines (Tompkins Square)

9 Graham Parker & The Rumour – Coathangers (Primary Wave/ Hear a track here)

10 Wendy James/James Williamson/Jim Sclavunos – You’re So Great/It’s Alright Ma (Proceed with caution)

11 Tim Hecker & Daniel Lopatin – Instrumental Tourist (Software)

12 The People’s Temple – More For The Masses… (Hozac)

13 Pelt – Effigy (MIE)

14 Woods – Bend Beyond (Woodsist)

15 Various Artists – Boogie! Australian Blues, R&B And Heavy Rock From The ‘70s (Warner Music Australia)

16 Feeding People – Island Universe (Innovative Leisure/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EiBiILqxWxs)

17 Hiss Golden Messenger – Live At Hopscotch (Stream or download here)

18 Koen Holtkamp – Battenkill (Hear a track here)

19 Ryan Francesconi And Mirabai Peart - Road To Palios (Bella Union)


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