The 28th Uncut Playlist Of 2015

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

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Just before we get into this week’s playlist, please have a look at this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r02nVTzY1l4

It’s a trailer for a movie called Ethiopiques- Revolt of the Soul: The Golden Age of Ethiopian Music which is trying to achieve funding, and which seems to have amazing footage of Alemayehu Eshete et al. Would love this to be completed.

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While we wait for the new issue to turn up (hopefully subscribers should be getting it this weekend), here are the things that have been played these past few days. Note the new Ryley Walker jam with Bill MacKay…

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1 Natural Information Society & Bitchin Bajas – Autoimaginary (Drag City)

2 Bitchin Bajas – Bitchin Bajas (Drag City)

3 Ballaké Sissoko & Vincent Segal – Musique De Nuit (No Format)

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4 Israel Nash – Israel Nash’s Silver Season (Loose/Thirty Tigers)

5 Gagakirise And EYE – Gagakiriseye (Thrill Jockey)

6 Dave Heumann – Here In The Deep (Thrill Jockey)

7 King Midas Sound/Fennesz – Editions 1 (Ninja Tune)

8 Michael Chapman – Fish (Tompkins Square)

9 The Dead Weather – Dodge And Burn (Third Man)

10 Simon Kirby/Tommy Perman/Rob St John – Concrete Antenna (www.concreteantenna.org)

11 Various Artists – Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon 1955-83 (Soul Jazz)

12 Trader Horne – Morning Way (Earth)

13 Doug Hream Blunt – My Name Is (Luaka Bop)

14 Bill MacKay & Ryley Walker – Land Of Plenty (Whistler)

15 Steve Hauschildt – Where All Is Fled (Kranky)

16 Los Lobos – Gates Of Gold (429)

17 Susan Howe & David Grubbs – Woodslippercounterclatter (Drag City)

18 Shape Worship – A City Remembrancer (Front And Follow)

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