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The 46th Uncut Playlist Of 2013

The 46th Uncut Playlist Of 2013
John Mulvey

We have about 24 hours to finish the next issue, and not much longer to complete another Uncut Ultimate Music Guide due in January, so no preamble this week: lots to hear and anticipate below. (Thanks, though, for all your feedback on my Best Of 2013 list; much appreciated, as ever).

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1 Hiss Golden Messenger – London Exodus (Paradise Of Bachelors)

2 Matt Baldwin – Imaginary Psychology (Spiritual Pajamas)

3 Metronomy – Love Letters (Because)

4 New Bums – Voices In A Rented Room (Drag City)

5 Natalie Prass – If You Believe In Me (Spacebomb)

6 Michael Head & The Red Elastic Band – Artorius Revisited (Violette)

7 Angel Olsen – Burn Your Fire For No Witness (Jagjaguwar)

8 Black Dirt Oak – Wawayanda Patent (MIE Music)

9 Linda Perhacs – The Soul Of All Natural Things (Asthmatic Kitty)

10 Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – Black Captain (Revised For Peter Willcox) (Greenpeace USA)

11 Suarasama – Timeline (Space)

12 Thee Oh Sees – Singles Volume 3 (Castle Face)

13 Rag Lore – Sabah el Mitragyna Reveries (Dying For Bad Music)

14 Ragtime Ralph – Volume 4 (http://delta-slider.blogspot.de/p/ragtime-ralph.html)

15 David Crosby – Croz (Blue Castle)

16 Mark Kozelek – O Come All Ye Faithful (http://www.caldoverderecords.com/christmas/index1.html)

17 Dawn Of Midi – Dysnomia (Thirsty Ear)

18 Four Tet – Beautiful Rewind (Text)

19 Four Tet – Pink (Text)

20 Matmos – The Marriage of True Minds (Thrill Jockey)

21 East India Youth – Total Strife Forever (Stolen)

22 D Charles Speer & The Helix – Doubled Exposure (Thrill Jockey)

23 The War On Drugs – Lost In The Dream (Secretly Canadian)

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