The 18th Uncut Playlist Of 2010

One of those weeks where the distractions of putting a magazine together and, right now, England vs Pakistan, have conspired to limit blogging activity. Michael Yardy: I am dumbstruck.

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One of those weeks where the distractions of putting a magazine together and, right now, England vs Pakistan, have conspired to limit blogging activity. Michael Yardy: I am dumbstruck.



Anyway, a good list, I think, with the awesome new Endless Boogie album arriving just in time for their Club Uncut show next week. Looking like a busy work for gigs, actually, with compulsory attendance required at Joanna Newsom, Club Uncut at The Great Escape in Brighton, and of course the Pavement reunion: setlist here from Dublin looking immense.

1 Carlton Melton/Empty Shapes – Split (Mid-To-Late)

2 Endless Boogie – Full House Head (No Quarter)

3 Imelda May – Mayhem (Decca)

4 Department Of Eagles – Archive 2003-2006 (Bella Union)

5 Black Helicopter – Don’t Fuck With The Apocalypse (Ecstatic Peace!)

6 Various Artists – Beyond Berkeley Guitar (Tompkins Square)

7 The Action – Brain (Reaction)

8 Cut Iowa Network – Projector Gunship Held {Ø,{Ø}}(Champion Version)

9 Blitzen Trapper – Destroyer Of The Void (Sub Pop)

10 Various Artists – Next month’s Uncut CD that I’ve been helping compile

11 Honeycomb – Worldwide Electric Inventor’s Kit (Silent Bee)

12 The Coral – Butterfly House (Deltasonic)

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