The 35th Uncut Playlist Of 2012

A good week, in that I wrote a couple of new blogs about the Allah-Las and Dan Deacon albums, finally tracked down a copy of “Meet “Mississippi” Charles Bevel”, and heard the Baird Sisters’ beautiful record (one of them is Meg Baird from Espers) and Four Tet’s “Pink” comp.

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A good week, in that I wrote a couple of new blogs about the Allah-Las and Dan Deacon albums, finally tracked down a copy of “Meet “Mississippi” Charles Bevel”, and heard the Baird Sisters’ beautiful record (one of them is Meg Baird from Espers) and Four Tet’s “Pink” comp.

I’ll try and write something about those last two records in the next few days. In the meantime, here’s the list…


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1 Bob Dylan – Duquesne Whistle (Columbia)

2 Allah-Las – Allah-Las (Innovative Leisure)

3 Laurie Spiegel – The Expanding Universe (Unseen Worlds)

4 Moon Duo – Circles (Souterrain Transmissions)

5 Sarin Smoke – Vent (MIE Music)

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7 Charles Bevel – Meet “Mississippi” Charles Bevel (A&M)

8 Skyblazer – Album (Infinity Cat)

9 Oren Ambarchi & Robin Fox – Connected (Kranky)

10 Ty Segall – Live in Aisle Five (Southpaw)

11 The Baird Sisters – Until You Find Your Green (Grapefruit)

12 Jah Wobble & Keith Levene – Yin & Yang (Cherry Red)

13 Dan Deacon – America (Domino)

14 Four Tet – Pink (Text)

15 Loscil – Sketches From New Brighton (Kranky)

Baird Sisters photo: Allen Crawford

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