The Fifth Uncut Playlist Of 2011

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Finishing the issue, so have to be quick today. It all goes a bit early ‘90s towards the bottom of the list this week. Nice to dig out the Suntanama records from about a decade ago, though, prompted by the discovery that Dave Shuford/D Charles Speer figured in their lineup.



Don’t forget the Hiss Golden Messenger show tonight if you’re in London, folks.

1 The Suntanama – The Suntanama (Drag City)

2 Peaking Lights – 936 (Not Not Fun)

3 About Group – You’re No Good (Domino)

4 Kurt Vile – Smoke Ring For My Halo (Matador)

5 Low – C’Mon (Sub Pop)

6 Fleet Foxes – Helplessness Blues (Bella Union)

7 Mystery Record

8 Various Artists – The Karindula Sessions: Tradi-Modern Sounds From Southeast Congo (Crammed Discs)

9 Panda Bear – Tomboy (Paw Tracks)

10 A Hawk And A Hacksaw – Cervantine (L.M Dupli-cation)

11 Hans-Joachim Roedelius – Geschenk Des Augenblicks (Bureau B)

12 Low – Drums And Guns (Sub Pop)

13 Foo Fighters – New Album (Roswell/RCA)

14 J Mascis – Several Shades Of Why (Sub Pop)

15 Alela Diane – Alela Diane & Wild Divine (Rough Trade)

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