The 23rd Uncut new music playlist of 2018

The best new sounds direct from the Uncut office stereo

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Our office favourites this week: and apologies for the shameless plug, but don’t forget you can get the current issue of Uncut sent to you FOR FREE directly at home: here’s how.

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1.
LONNIE HOLLEY

“I Woke Up In A Fucked Up America”
(Jagjaguwar)

2.
FUCKED UP

“Raise Your Voice Joyce”
(Merge)

3.
BIG RED MACHINE

“Gratitude”
(Jagjaguwar)

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4.
CHRIS LIGHTCAP

“Djali”
(Royal Potato Family)

5.
THE PURRS

“Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind”
(Swoon)

6.
BONNIE ‘PRINCE’ BILLY

“Blueberry Jam”
(Domino)

7.
WAXAHATCHEE

“Chapel of Pines”
(Merge)

8.
NICK CAVE AND THE BAD SEEDS

“Distant Sky [Live In Copenhagen]”
(Kobalt)

9.
SARAH DAVACHI

“Evensong”
(Ba Da Bing Records/Grapefruit Records)

10.
MARK LANEGAN & DUKE GARWOOD

“Scarlett”
(Heavenly Recordings)

11.
POND

“Burnt Out Star”
(Marathon Artists)

12.
BULLY

“Guess There”
(Sub Pop)

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