The 29th Uncut new music playlist of 2018

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A lot of more ambient, experimental sounds at the start of this week’s playlist – I should really thank Richard Williams for recommending Arve Henriksen’s The Height Of The Reeds the other day, which started me off down this route. What else? A new venture from Steve Jansen, the return of Thom Yorke, some vintage cuts from Zimbabwe’s mbira queen, Stella Chiweshe. Now dive in.

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1.
ARVE HENRIKSEN

“Pink Cherry Trees”
(Rune Grammofon)

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2.
EXIT NORTH

“Bested Bones”
(via Bandcamp)

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3.
FEDERICO DURAND

“Los Juguetes De Minka Podhajska”
(Iikki)

4.
THOM YORKE

“Suspirium”
(XL Recordings)

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5.
DISCLOSURE

“Moonlight” [Extended Mix]
(UMG)

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6.
HAIKU SALUT

“The More And Moreness”
(PRAH Recordings)

7.
STELLA CHIWESHE

“Mayaya (Part 1 & 2)”
(Glitterbeat Records)

8.
CAMERA

“Emotional Detox” [Snippets]
(Bureau B)

9.
TUNNG

“ABOP”
(Full Time Hobby)

10.
BLUE ORCHIDS

“Get Bramah”
(Tiny Global Productions)

11.
MICAH P. HINSON

“Small Spaces”
(Full Time Hobby)

12.
DUR DUR BAND

“Jaceyl Mirahiis”
(Analog Africa)

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