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Hunkydory - Over The Rainbow

An authentic children's band from Lewes, East Sussex, Hunkydory signed to that safe haven for...

Bombshell Rocks - From Here And On

Swedish punk with melodic flair

Richard Buckner

Americana cult hero gets down to basics

Joan Osborne - How Sweet It Is

Covers album finds "One Of Us"hit-maker moving into Bonnie Raitt territory

Tighten Your Pelt

The Jeff Tweedy-Jim O'Rourke love-in continues

Dj Me Dj You - Can You See The Music?

Third album of kitsch psychedelic pop comes with DVD

The International Noise Conspiracy - Bigger Cages, Longer Chains Ep

Garage rock with an arty twist

Mike "Sport" Murphy - Uncle Kill Rock Stars

Crafty tunesmith puts Springsteen in his place

Lenola - Sharks And Flames

New Jersey trio's fifth album

Kenso - Fabulis Mirabilibus De Bombycosis Scriptis

Japanese prog band keep genre alive

Various Artists - Tigerbeat 6: Paws Across America 2002 Tour CD

Budget-priced 14-track compilation by Kid 606-style avant-techno types

Eyes Adrift

Nirvana bassist's triumphant return

Virginia MacNaughton - Levers, Pulleys & Engines

Sultry debut from British newcomer with big potential

The Aluminum Group - Happyness

Fifth album of brainy chamber pop from Chicago-based brothers

Dr Robert - Keep On Digging For The Gold

Unreleased work and rarities from ex-Blow Monkey's 1990s output

Various Artists - Gordon Raphael Presents Top Hits Volume 1

This features nine bands showcasing two tracks apiece produced by Gordon Raphael. New York's The...

Crooning Glory

Big easy listening on second full-length album from Sheffield songsmith

Holy Smokes

Two helpings of previously unreleased material from the leading political comedian of his generation

Boxstep - The Faces All Look On

Eight-piece Pittsburgh ensemble with epic debut

Mary Lee's Corvette - Blood On The Tracks

Intriguing remake of classic Bob Dylan break-up album from female perspective

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The 40th Uncut Playlist Of 2014


A glut of very exciting 2015 music this week, but before you get to that, maybe check out the Milton Nascimento track below which, as KidVinil Vinil pointed out in the comments section beneath...