The 22nd Uncut Playlist Of 2012

Sixteen entries on the playlist this week, and I should point out that the latest session from the Natch project is, as usual, a free download that’s definitely worth picking up.

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Sixteen entries on the playlist this week, and I should point out that the latest session from the Natch project is, as usual, a free download that’s definitely worth picking up.

Any questions about the rest of these, leave a message in the Facebook Comments box below, and I’ll see if I can help.


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1 Plant And See – Plant And See (Paradise Of Batchelors)

2 Nguzunguzu – Warm Pulse (Hippos In Tanks)

3 Baio – Sunburn (Greco-Roman)

4 Minotaur Shock – Orchard (Melodic)

5 Antibalas – Antibalas (Daptone)

6 Savages – Flying To Berlin/Husbands (Pop Noire)

7 Sun Kil Moon – Among The Leaves (Caldo Verde)

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9 Adele & Glenn – Carrington Street (Glitterhouse)

10 Go-Kart Mozart – On The Hot Dog Streets (West Midlands)

11 Black Twig Pickers – Whompyjawed (Thrill Jockey)

12 Cornershop – Urban Turban: The Singhles Club (Ample Play)

13 Dirty Projectors – Swing Lo Magellan (Domino)

14 Sparkling Wide Pressure – Grandfather Harmonic (Preservation)

15 Nirvana ’69 – Cult (GRA)

16 Zachary Cale, Mighty Moon & Ethan Schmid – Natch 5 (http://natchmusic.tumblr.com/)

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