Uncut Playlist 32, 2011

Been away for a while, so as you might imagine there are a lot of new things in here. Particularly liking The Field, Feist and James Blackshaw at this early stage.

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Been away for a while, so as you might imagine there are a lot of new things in here. Particularly liking The Field, Feist and James Blackshaw at this early stage.



1 The Field – Looping State Of Mind (Kompakt)

2 Ryan Adams – Ashes & Fire (Columbia)

3 Roedelius Schneider – Stunden (Bureau B)

4 Richard Buckner – Our Blood (Décor)

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

6 Jonathan Wilson – Gentle Spirit (Bella Union)

7 Radiohead – TKOL RMX (XL)

8 Feist – Metals (Polydor)

9 The Wild Magnolias With The New Orleans Project – The Wild Magnolias (Get On Down)

10 Dean McPhee – Son Of The Black Peace (Blast First Petite)

11 James Blackshaw – Holly/Boo Forever (Important)

12 Oneohtrix Point Never – Replica (Software)

13 Boom Bip – Zig Zaj (Lex)

14 Christina Vantzou – No. 1 (Kranky)

15 My Brightest Diamond – All Things Will Unwind (Asthmatic Kitty)

16 Leyland Kirby – Eager To Tear Apart The Stars (History Always Favours The Winners)

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