The 17th Uncut Playlist Of 2015

21 key records played in the Uncut office this past week…

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Not quite as long a playlist as some weeks, maybe because a) I’ve been quite stuck on that Deslondes album, as well as the pretty Go-Betweensy debut from Courtney Barnett affiliate Fraser A Gorman, and of course “The Monsanto Years”; and b) Kamasi Washington’s often tremendous album is about three hours long, and eats up a lot of time.

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1 Rachel Grimes – The Clearing (Temporary Residence)

2 Samantha Crain – Under Branch & Thorn & Tree (Full Time Hobby)

3 Mac DeMarco – Another One (Captured Tracks)

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4 Various Artists – Kollektion 4: By Richard Fearless (Bureau B)

5 Neil Young – The Monsanto Years (Reprise)

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7 The Deslondes – The Deslondes (New West)

8 Courtney Love – Miss Narcissist (Ghost Ramp)

9 Fraser A Gorman – Slow Gum (House Anxiety/Marathon Artists)

10 Jim O’Rourke – Simple Songs (Drag City)

Read my review of Jim O’Rourke’s Simple Songs here

11 Drinks – Hermits On Holiday (Heavenly)

12 The Ex & Fendika – Lale Guma/Addis Hum (Ex)

13 Hiss Golden Messenger/Michael Chapman/Caught On Tape/Bishop-Orcutt-Corsano/Bardo Pond/William Tyler/Six Organs Of Admittance/Yo La Tengo/Kurt Vile/Steve Gunn – Parallelogram (Three Lobed Recordings)

14 Briana Marela – Surrender (Jagjaguwar)

15 Kamasi Washington – The Epic (Brainfeeder)

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17 Peacers – Peacers (Drag City)

18 Sun Kil Moon – Universal Themes (Rough Trade)

19 Frazey Ford – Indian Ocean (Nettwerk)

20 The Black Dog – Neither/Neither (Dust Science Recordings)

21 Daniel Romano – If I’ve Only One Time Askin’ (New West)

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