The 6th Uncut Playlist Of 2015

Hear and read about the week's 24 key records

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1 Cannibal Ox – Harlem Knights (iHiphop)

 

https://soundcloud.com/ihiphop-distribution/cannibal-ox-harlem-knights

 

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2 Brian Wilson – No Pier Pressure (Capitol)

 

3 Various Artists – Highlife On The Move: Selected Nigerian & Ghanaian Recordings From London & Lagos 1954-66 (Soundway)

 

4 Blanck Mass- Dumb Flesh (Sacred Bones)

 

5 The Weather Station – Loyalty (Paradise Of Bachelors)

 

 

6 Hot Chip – Why Make Sense? (Domino)

 

 

7 Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Multi-Love (Jagjaguwar)

 

 

8 Colleen – Captain Of None (Thrill Jockey)

 

9 Bop English – Constant Bop (Blood And Biscuits)

 

 

10 D’Angelo – Voodoo (Virgin)

 

11 The Replacements – Poke Me In My Cage

 

 

12 Stone Jack Jones – Love And Torture (Western Vinyl)

 

13 Trio Da Kali – EP (World Circuit)

 

14 Waxahatchee – Ivy Tripp (Wichita)

 

15 Alabama Shakes – Sound & Color (Rough Trade)

 

 

16 Dean McPhee – Fatima’s Hand (Hood Faire)

 

http://soundcloud.com/deanmcphee/glass-hills

 

17 D’Angelo & The Vanguard – Black Messiah (RCA)

 

18 Kenny Knight – Crossroads (Paradise Of Bachelors)

 

19 Zachary Cale – Duskland (No Quarter)

 

20 Speedy Ortiz – Foil Deer (Carpark)

 

21 Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band – The Rarity Of Experience, Parts 1-2 > High Castle Rock (Live at Johnny Brenda’s, Philadelphia)

 

https://soundcloud.com/solar-motel-band/the-rarity-of-experience-parts-1-2-high-castle-rock-johnny-berndas-philadelphia-2615?utm_source=soundcloud&utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=twitter

 

22 Michael Rother – Katzenmusik (Sky)

 

23 Goran Kajfeš Subtropic Arkestra – The Reason Why Vol 2 (Headspin)

 

 

24 Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury – Ex_Machina (Invada)

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