The 24th Uncut New Music Playlist Of 2019

New Frazey Ford, Spain and Six Organs Of Admittance - plus Thurston Moore covers New Order!

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Apologies — it’s been a while since I’ve posted a Playlist, but a number of factors, both work and otherwise, have kept me busy elsewhere. The good news is, there’s a ton of good stuff below: new Spain, Frazey Ford, Six Organs Of Admittance, the continued unfolding brilliance of the Bonny Light Horseman album plus some Lambchop I wasn’t expecting. Anyway, please – fill your boots, folks.

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1.
LAMBCHOP

“So Modern So Tight”
(City Slang)

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2.
FRAZEY FORD

“The Kids Are Having None Of It”
(Arts & Crafts)

3.
ITASCA

“Only A Traveler”
(Paradise Of Bachelors)

4.
THURSTON MOORE

“Leave Me Alone”
(Cargo Records UK)

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5.
SIX ORGANS OF ADMITTANCE

“Two Forms Moving”
(Drag City)

6.
BONNY LIGHT HORSEMAN

“Deep In Love”
(37d03d Records)

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7.
SPAIN

“Night Crawling”
(Diamond Soul Recordings)

8.
MOUNT EERIE/JULIE DOIRON

“Love Without Possession”
(P.W. Elverum & Sun)

9.
TAME IMPALA

“It Might Be Time”
(Fiction Records)

10.
SQUIRREL FLOWER

“Red Shoulder”
(Polyvinyl)

11.
WOLF PARADE

“Against The Day”
(Sub Pop)

12.
PEDRO KASTELIJNS

“Olhos da Raposa” [Live at Cami’s Living Room]
(OAR)

The December 2019 issue of Uncut is on sale from October 17, and available to order online now – with Bob Dylan on the cover and an exclusive unreleased Dylan track on our free CD. Elsewhere in the issue, there’s Robert Smith, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Pink Floyd, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Prince, Joni Mitchell, Bruce Springsteen, Jeff Lynne, Booker T, Tindersticks and much more.

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