Uncut Playlist 29, 2011

A few to flag up this week: Hiss Golden Messenger of course, Mikal Cronin (produced by Ty Segall; kind of kin to the first Ganglians record maybe), Meg Baird, Wild Flag.

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A few to flag up this week: Hiss Golden Messenger of course, Mikal Cronin (produced by Ty Segall; kind of kin to the first Ganglians record maybe), Meg Baird, Wild Flag.



1 Hiss Golden Messenger – Poor Moon (Paradise Of Bachelors)

2 Mikal Cronin – Mikal Cronin (Trouble In Mind)

3 Boom Bip – Zig Zaj (Lex)

4 Blitzen Trapper – American Goldwing (Sub Pop)

5 Noel Gallagher – The Death Of You And Me (Sour Mash)

6 Various Artists – White Denim Mixdisc 3 (White Label)

7 Nirvana – Nevermind: Deluxe Edition (Universal)

8 Ultrasound – Welfare State/Sovereign (Label Fandango)

9 Cave – Neverendless (Drag City)

10 Meg Baird – Seasons On Earth (Wichita)

11 Steve Reich – WTC 9/11 /Mallet Quartet / Dance Patterns (Nonesuch)

12 Hanni El Khatib – Will The Guns Come Out (Innovative Leisure)

13 Wild Flag – Romance (Wichita)

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