The 18th Uncut New Music Playlist Of 2019

Bon Iver! Sleater-Kinney! Sufjan! Highlights from the Uncut office stereo

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Busy weeks – so a little bit of catch-up here. The new Bon tracks are so good I’ve taken the liberty of including them both. Elsewhere, new/old jams from Howlin Rain and Bill Ryder-Jones, more good new music from Sufjan, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Sleater-Kinney and King Gizzard. Dive in.

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1.
BON IVER

“Hey, Ma”
(Jagjaguwar)

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2.
DJINN

“Djinn And Djuice”
(Rocket)

3.
HOWLIN RAIN

“Goodbye Ruby” [Live]
(Silver Current)

4.
SLEATER-KINNEY

“Hurry On Home”
(Mom + Pop)

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5.
PIXIES

“On Graveyard Hill”
(PIAS)

6.
BILL RYDER-JONES

“Don’t Be Scared, I Love You (Yawny Yawn)”
(Domino)

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7.
SUFJAN STEVENS

“Love Yourself”
(Asthmatic Kitty)

8.
RYUICHI SAKAMOTO

“This Is My Last Day 2”
(Milan)

9.
KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD

“Self-Immolate”
(Flightless)

10.
JAI PAUL

“Do You Love Her Now”
(XL)

11.
HACKNEY COLLIERY BAND

“Derashe”
(Veki)

12.
BON IVER

“U (Man Like)”
(Jagjaguwar)

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