The 18th Uncut new music playlist of 2018

All the hits, as they happened, on the Uncut office stereo

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Apologies for the delay getting a new Playlist up – it’s been a busy couple of weeks. But I think there’s a lot here that will make the wait more worthwhile. Luluc are fast becoming an office favourite – for fans of Low and Cowboy Junkies – while elsewhere there’s equally strong work from relative newcomers Daniel Bachman, Julia Daugherty and Sarah Louise. Some returning favourites – Disclosure, Andre 3000 and former Japan drummer Steve Jansen – too.

Just leaves me time for one shameless plug for the new issue of Uncut, which is in shops now – you can read all about it here.

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1.
LULUC

“Heist”
(Sub Pop)

2.
JULIANA DAUGHERTY

“Player”
(Western Vinyl)

3.
DANIEL BACHMAN

“New Moon”
(Three Lobed Recordings)

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4.
SQUIRREL FLOWER

“Conditions”
(2,000 Pigs)

5.
SARAH LOUISE

“When Winter Turns”
(Thrill Jockey)

6.
MITSKI

“Geyser”
(Dead Oceans)

7.
STEVE JANSEN

“Corridor”
(via Bandcamp)

8.
DISCLOSURE

“Ultimatum” [feat Fatoumata Diawara]
(Island)

9.
ANDRÉ 3000

“Me&My (To Bury Your Parents)”
(via Soundcloud)

10.
CHRISTINE AND THE QUEENS

“Girlfriend” [feat Dâm-Funk]
(Because Music)

11.
WHITE DENIM

“Magazin”
(City Slang)

12.
ROLLING BLACKOUTS COASTAL FEVER

“Air-Conditioned Man”
(Sub Pop)

The July 2018 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with Public Image Ltd on the cover in the UK and Johnny Cash overseas. Elsewhere in the issue, you’ll find exclusive new interviews with Ray Davies, Father John Misty, Pink Floyd, Mazzy Star, Sleaford Mods, Neko Case and many more. Our free CD showcases 15 tracks of this month’s best new music, including Father John Misty, Neko Case, Natalie Prass, Melody’s Echo Chamber, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and Jon Hassell.

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