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The Seventh Uncut Playlist Of 2014

The Seventh Uncut Playlist Of 2014
John Mulvey

For a while this week, it looked like I might be able to post a playlist entirely consisting of new entries, at least until I got dragged back into playing the Ryley Walker. But hey, look at all this, not least the clip of Shirley Collins’ first live performance in 30 years, which just showed up.

Let me know thoughts, anticipations etc in the comments box. We’ve just finished an issue, so I’ll be taking questions.

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1 Chris Robinson Brotherhood – Phosphorescent Harvest (Silver Arrow)

2 The Spiritualized Mississippi Space Program – Always Forgetting With You (The Bridge Song) (Fat Possum)

3 Thee Oh Sees – Drop (Castleface)

4 A Winged Victory For The Sullen – Atomos VII (Erased Tapes)

5 Kelis – Food (Ninjatune)

6 Howlin Rain – Live Rain (Agitated)

7 The Brothers & Sisters – Dylan’s Gospel (Light In The Attic)

8 Matt Berry – Music For Insomniacs (Acid Jazz)

9 Hurray For The Riff-Raff – Small Town Heroes (ATO)

10 The Rails – Fair Warning (Island)

11 Headland – Sound/Track (Headland)

12 Ryley Walker – All Kinds Of You (Tompkins Square)

13 The People’s Temple – Musical Garden (Hozac)

14 Woo – When The Past Arrives (Drag City)

15 The Amazing Snakeheads – Amphetamine Ballads (Domino)

16 Karen Gwyer – New Roof EP (No Pain In Pop)

17 Sunn 0))) & Ulver – Terrestrials (Southern Lord)

18 Sharon Van Etten – Are We There? (Jagjaguwar)

19 Beck – Morning Phase (Capitol)

20 Sufjan Stevens, Son Lux & Serengeti Present Sisyphus – Sisyphus (Asthmatic Kitty)

21 Shirley Collins – All The Pretty Little Horses/Death & The Lady (Live At The Union Chapel, 2014)

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