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The Third Uncut Playlist Of 2013: listen to Kurt Vile, Lubomyr Melnyk and the new Four Tet album

The Third Uncut Playlist Of 2013: listen to Kurt Vile, Lubomyr Melnyk and the new Four Tet album
John Mulvey

Couple of plugs this morning before I get into the list. First off, a quick reminder that we have an exclusive stream of the whole new Arbouretum album, “Coming Out Of The Fog”; click this link. Well worth a listen, if you haven’t already.

Second, our latest Uncut Ultimate Music Guide is out tomorrow, I think, and is dedicated to The Beatles: Allan has written about it here.

Moving on, a really good bunch of arrivals this week. Please try and have a listen to the Lubomyr Melnyk and Kurt Vile clips, and of course to the whole Four Tet album. Other things worth picking out: Thurston Moore’s new band with Keith Wood, John Moloney and Samara Lubelski, Chelsea Light Moving; and this Hiss Golden Messenger album, “Haw”, which was waiting in my inbox this morning and is playing as I write. There have been worse starts to a day.

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1 Lubomyr Melnyk – Corollaries (Erased Tapes)

2 Feeding People – Island Universe (Innovative Leisure)

3 Justin Timberlake – Suit & Tie (RCA)

4 Psychic Ills – One Track Mind (Sacred Bones)

5 Derek Gripper – One Night On Earth: Music From The Strings Of Mali (New Cape)

6 A Hawk And A Hacksaw – You Have Already Gone To The Other World (LM Dupli-cation)

7 Devendra Banhart – Mala (Nonesuch)

8 The Child Of Lov – Give Me (Double Six)

9 Thalia Zedek Band – Via (Thrill Jockey)

10 Chelsea Light Moving - Chelsea Light Moving (Matador)

11 Four Tet – 0181 (Text)

12 Foxygen – We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors Of Peace And Magic (Jagjaguwar)

13 Kurt Vile & The Violators – The Hunchback EP (Richie Records/Testoster Tunes)

14 Phosphorescent – Muchacho (Dead Oceans)

15 Pulp – After You (?)

16 Jerusalem In My Heart – Mo7it Al-Mo7it (Constellation)

17 Mudhoney - The Only Son Of The Widow From Nain (Sub Pop)

18 Hiss Golden Messenger – Haw (Paradise Of Bachelors)


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