The 2nd Uncut New Music Playlist Of 2020

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ROGER ENO AND BRIAN ENO
“Celeste”
(Deutsche Grammophon)

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MARGO PRICE
“Stone Me”
(Lorna Vista Recordings)

ARBOURETUM
“A Prism In Reverse”
(Thrill Jockey)

THUNDERCAT
“Black Qualls [feat. Steve Lacy & Steve Arrington]”
(Brainfeeder)

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DEVENDRA BANHART
“Love Song [Helado Negro Remix]
(Nonesuch)

STEPHEN MALKMUS
“Xian Man”
(Domino)

TONY ALLEN & HUGH MASEKEA
“We’ve Landed”
(World Circuit)

WAXAHATCHEE
‘Fire”
(Merge)

MUTE DUO
“Red-Winged Blackbirds)
(American Dreams Records)

NNAMDI
“Price Went Up”
(Sooper Records)

NAP EYES
“Mark Zuckerberg”
(Jagjaguwar)

M. WARD
“Migration Of Souls”
(ANTI-)

CROWHURST ANS GAVIN BRYARS
“Blistered Glaciers”
(Prophesy)

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