The 14th Uncut New Music Playlist Of 2019

Includes new goodies from Tame Impala, Raconteurs and Nick Lowe!

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I realise two Playlists in one week might seem a bit much – but there’s such a weight of good new music coming out right now it would remiss not to try and bring some of it together in one place. More news about one of these bands next week, by the way…

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1.
TAME IMPALA

“Borderline”
(Fiction)

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2.
PANDA BEAR

“Buoys”
(Domino)

3.
CRUMB

“Nina”
(Crumb)

4.
BLACK PEACHES

“Lemonade”
(Hanging Moon)

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5.
MEGA BOG

“Diary Of A Rose”
(Paradise Of Bachelors)

6.
LAURENCE PIKE

“Drum Chant”
(Leaf)

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7.
THE RACONTEURS

“Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)”
(XL)

8.
NICK LOWE

“Trombone”
(Yep Roc)

9.
ROSE CITY BAND

“Rip City”
(Audiam)

10.
JAKE XERXES FUSSELL

“The River Of St Johns”
(Paradise Of Bachelors)

11.
THE DREAM SYNDICATE

“Black Light”
(Anti-)

12.
THE NATIONAL

“Light Years”
(4AD)

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