The 19th Uncut New Music Playlist Of 2019

New Devendra Banhart, Brittany Howard, Oh Sees and plenty more...

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Apologies, I’ve been on holiday so a little catching up going on here. Lots of good stuff – nice to have Devendra and Brittany back as well as Floating Points. The new Oh Sees is amazing, too. Plenty here, anyway; dig in.

Oh, and in case you missed it – here’s my half-time report on some of my favourite albums of the year so far…

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1.
BRITTANY HOWARD

“History Repeats”
(Columbia)

2.
DEVENDRA BANHART

“Kantori Ongaku”
(Nonesuch)

3.
JOYERO

“Dogs”
(Merge)

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4.
MOON DUO

“Stars Are The Light”
(Sacred Bones)

5.
OH SEES

“Henchlock”
(Castle Face Records)

6.
MODERN NATURE

“Footsteps”
(Bella Union)

7.
O’FLYNN

“Painted Wolf”
(Silver Bear Recordings)

8.
MIKE PATTON & JEAN-CLAUDE VANNIER

“Chansons D’Amour”
(Ipecac)

9.
THE BUILDING

“Purifier”
(Concord)

10.
FLOATING POINTS

“LesAlpx”
(Ninja Tune)

11.
ALASTAIR ROBERTS

“The Evernew Tongue”
(Drag City)

12.
BAT FOR LASHES

“Kids In The Dark”
(Parlophone)

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