The 17th Uncut Playlist Of 2011

Not much time to blog at the moment, since our normal routine has been savaged by, among other things, all those bank holidays. Number One still dominating business here, though, and check out a pleasing late arrival at Number 14.

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Not much time to blog at the moment, since our normal routine has been savaged by, among other things, all those bank holidays. Number One still dominating business here, though, and check out a pleasing late arrival at Number 14.



Playing the “C’Mon Acoustic” EP right now reminds me I should post the Low interview I did the other month. Will try and remember to do that tomorrow.

1 That Mystery Record Again

2 Glass Rock – Baby Baby Baby (Glass Rock Recordings)

3 Weyes Blood – The Outside Room (Not Not Fun)

4 John Maus –We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves (Upset The Rhythm)

5 Robert Stillman – Machine’s Song (OIB)

6 Jack Allett – The Collapsing Middle (Blackest Rainbow)

7 JuJu – In Trance (Real World)

8 Nat Baldwin – People Changes (Western Vinyl)

9 These Trails – These Trails (Drag City)

10 Julian Lynch – Terra (Underwater Peoples)

11 Taraf De Haïdouks & Ko?ani Orkestar – Band Of Gypsies 2 (Crammed Discs)

12 Neil Young & The International Harvesters – A Treasure (Reprise)

13 Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti – Fright Night (Dam Funk Remix) (4AD)

14 Wooden Shjips – West (Thrill Jockey)

15 Low – C’Mon Acoustic EP (Sub Pop)

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