The 21st Uncut New Music Playlist Of 2019

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A lot to recommend – not least the Michael Kiwanuka, Big Thief, Kacy & Clayton and Simon Joyner tracks. Plenty else besides. Should quickly mention we have a marvellous new issue out – Patti Smith on the cover – which you can buy in the shops or direct from our friends here. Free P&P, I should mention, too.

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1.
MICHAEL KIWANUKA

“You Ain’t The Problem”
(UMG)

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2.
BIG THIEF

“Not”
(4AD)

3.
OMNI

“Sincerely Yours”
(Sub Pop)

4.
KACY & CLAYTON

“High Holiday”
(New West)

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5.
BATTLES

“Titanium 2 Step” [feat. Sal Principato
(Warp)

6.
MIKAL CRONIN

“Show Me”
(Merge)

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7.
THE MAGPIE SALUTE

“In Here”
(Provogue)

8.
MICA LEVI

“Monos”
(Invada)

9.
DIIV

“Skin Game”
(Captured Tracks)

10.
SIMON JOYNER

“Tongue Of A Child”
(BB*Island)

11.
LANA DEL RAY

“Season Of The Witch”
(BMG)

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