The 7th Uncut New Music Playlist Of 2019

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Just a quick note as we’re about to unveil our new issue – more news on that soon – but here’s this week’s selection of top tunes in heavy rotation on the office stereo. That Modern Nature track really is something else. Enjoy!

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1.
MODERN NATURE

“Supernature”
(Bella Union)

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2.
WEYES BLOOD

“Everyday”
(Sub Pop)

3.
FELICE BROTHERS

“Undress”
(Yep Roc)

4.
W.H. LUNG

“Simpatico People”
(Melodic)

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5.
AA BONDY

“Images Of Love”
(Fat Possum)

6.
BECK FEAT. ROBYN & THE LONELY ISLAND

“Super Cool”
(Water Tower/Warner Bros)

7.
IBIBIO SOUND MACHINE

“Wanna Come Down”
(Merge)

8.
THE CLAYPOOL LENNON DELIRIUM

“Blood And Rockets”
(ATO)

9.
JULIA JACKLIN

“Comfort”
(Transgressive Records)

10.
HAND HABITS

“what lovers do”
(Saddle Creek)

11.
MATMOS

“Plastic Anniversary”
(Thrill Jockey)

12.
HEATHER WOODS BRODERICK

“Where I Lay”
(Western Vinyl)

The March 2019 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with Leonard Cohen on the cover. Inside, you’ll find David Bowie, Bob Marley, The Yardbirds, Lambchop, Jessica Pratt, Crass, Neu!, Sean Ono Lennon and much more. Our 15-track CD also showcases the best of the month’s new music, including Cass McCombs, Sleaford Mods, Julia Jacklin and Royal Trux.

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