The 4th Uncut New Music Playlist Of 2019

Malkmus! Underworld! Beck! +++

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Just a quick reminder that we have a splendid new issue in the shops – or you can buy a copy online now – featuring Leonard Cohen, The Yardbirds, Bob Marley, Crass, Lambchop and a ton of other great stuff. And now on with this week’s selection of new goodies…

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1.
STEPHEN MALKMUS

“Viktor Borgia”
(Domino)

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2.
THE FUTURE EVE [FEAT ROBERT WYATT]

“04:08”
(VIA BANDCAMP)

3.
RICHARD NORRIS

“Shorelines”
(Group Mind Records)

4.
UNDERWORLD

“Appleshine”
(https://underworldlive.com/drift)

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5.
LAMBCHOP

“everything for you”
(City Slang/Merge)

6.
MARY LATTIMORE

“Never Saw Him Again [Julianna Barwick remix]”
(Ghostly International)

7.
BECK

“Tarantula”
(Sony Classical)

8.
JULIA JACKLIN

“Pressure To Party”
(Transgressive)

9.
BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE

“All I Want”
(Arts & Crafts)

10.
BETTER OBLIVION COMMUNITY CENTER

“Dylan Thomas”
(Dead Oceans)

11.
VAMPIRE WEEKEND

“Harmony Hall”
(Columbia)

12.
SPIRAL STAIRS

“Hyp-No-Tized”
(Nine Mile Records)

The February 2019 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with New Order on the cover. Inside, you’ll find Pete Shelley RIP, our massive 2019 Albums Preview, Sharon Van Etten, Mark Knopfler, Paul Simonon, John Martyn, Steve Gunn and much more. Our 15-track CD also showcases the best of the month’s new music, including Bruce Springsteen, William Tyler and the Dream Syndicate.

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