The 25th Uncut new music playlist of 2018

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Apologies for the brevity this week – we’re in the thick of deadlines. A lot to enjoy here, not least Moses Sumney’s superb protest number “Rank & File”, some fierce punk rock from Ty Segall’s GØGGS, wyrd jams from The Myrrors and sunshine vibes from Jungle. See you back here tomorrow to unveil the latest from the Uncut family…

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1.
MOSES SUMNEY

“Rank & File”
(Jagjaguwar)

2.
PHOSPHORESCENT

“New Birth In New England”
(Dead Oceans)

3.
GØGGS

“Pre-Strike Sweep”
(In The Red Records)

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4.
WEAK SIGNAL

“LP1”
(via Bandcamp)

5.
DONNY McCASLIN

“Club Kidd”
(Motema Music LLC)

6.
BLACK BELT EAGLE SCOUT

“Soft Stud”
(Saddle Creek)

7.
NENEH CHERRY

“Kong”
(Smalltown Supersound)

8.
HAMISH KILGOUR

“Flip-Top Suitcase”
(Ba Da Bing Records)

9.
THE MYRRORS

“The Blood That Runs The Border”
(Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)

10.
KIKI PAU

“Leaves”
(Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)

11.
ERIC BACHMANN

“Jaded Lover, Shady Drifter”
(Merge)

12.
JUNGLE

“Happy Man”
(XL)

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