The 21st Uncut Playlist Of 2015

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

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What’s new? Kurt Vile. A live set from Hurray For The Riff Raff. A nice solo guitar record from Seabuckthorn (recommended via Dean McPhee). Big Isleys and Womack reissue packages. The return of Bilal. And maybe the thing I’ve played most this week, Kompakt’s latest immersive “Total” comp. Lots more things to play here, too…

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1 Beck – Dreams (Geffen)

2 Various Artists – Total 15 (Kompakt)

3 Kurt Vile – B’lieve I’m Goin Down (Matador)


4 Hurray For The Riff Raff: June 7, 2015 Mountain Jam (

5 Muddy Waters – Sail On (Chess/Traffic Ent)

6 Deradoorian – The Exploding Flower Planet (Anticon)

7 Yo La Tengo – Stuff Like That There (Matador)

8 Jackson C Frank – The Complete Recordings (Ba Da Bing)

9 Phil Cook – Southland Mission (Thirty Tigers)

10 The Isley Brothers – The Complete RCA Victor And T-Neck Album Masters (Sony)

11 Seabuckthorn – They Haunted Most Thickly (Bookmaker)

12 Chris Connolly – Alameda (Caldo Verde)

13 Arthur’s Landing – Second Thoughts (Buddhist Army)

14 Advance Base – Nephew In The Wild (Tomlab)

15 Tav Falco – Command Performance (Twenty Stone Blatt)

16 Bobby Womack – The Preacher (Charly)

17 Neil Young & The Promise Of The Real – The Monsanto Years (Reprise)

18 The Arcs – Yours, Dreamily, (Nonesuch)

19 Pavement – The Secret History Vol 1 (Domino)

20 The Cairo Gang – Goes Missing (God?)

21 Beirut – No No No (4AD)

22 Baio – The Names (Glassnote)

23 Bilal – Another Life (BBE)

24 The Deslondes – The Deslondes (New West)

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25 Eleventh Dream Day – Works For Tomorrow (Thrill Jockey)


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