The 31st Uncut new music playlist of 2018

Highlights from the Uncut office stereo this week

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Aaaaaand… here we go. A ton of good stuff, I think; Jeff Tweedy (twice), Ryley Walker (that guy!), Dead Can Dance and Lana Del Ray but a couple of newish ones – to me, at any rate – Soap&Skin and Cornelia Murr.

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1.
NORAH JONES & JEFF TWEEDY

“A Song With No Name”
(Capitol Records)

2.
LANA DEL RAY

“Mariners Apartment Complex”
(Interscope)

3.
CORNELIA MURR

“Man On My Mind”
(Autumn Tone)

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4.
JULIA HOLTER

“I Shall Love 2”
(Domino)

5.
SOAP&SKIN

“Italy/(This Is) Water”
(Play It Again Sam)

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6.
DEAD CAN DANCE

“The Mountain”
(Play It Again Sam)

7.
JOHN CARPENTER

“The Shape Returns”
(Sacred Bones)

8.
ROSEANNE CASH

“She Remembers Everything” [feat. Sam Phillips]
(Capitol Records)

9.
CONNAN MOCKASIN

“Charlotte’s Thong”
(Mexican Summer)

10.
OHTIS

“Runnin’”
(Full Time Hobby)

11.
RYLEY WALKER

“Busted Stuff”
(Dead Oceans)

12.
JEFF TWEEDY

“Some Birds”
(dBpm Records)

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