Uncut Playlist 34, 2011

Quickly today, because we’re finishing the next issue. Very much liking the Steve Hauschildt (from Emeralds) album at the moment.

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Quickly today, because we’re finishing the next issue. Very much liking the Steve Hauschildt (from Emeralds) album at the moment.



What are you all playing at the moment, by the way? Been a while since we shared.

1 Wooden Wand & The Briarwood Virgins – Briarwood (Fire)

2 Bert Jansch – Angie: The Collection (Spectrum)

3 Chrisma – Lola/Black Silk Stocking (Polydor)

4 James Ferraro – Far Side Virtual (Hippos In Tanks)

5 Brad Mehldau – Modern Music (Nonesuch)

6 Currensy – Weekend At Burnie’s (Warners)

7 Ariel Pink – Witchhunt Suite For WWIII (4AD)

8 Bill Ryder-Jones – If… (Domino)

9 Bill Orcutt – How The Thing Sings (Editions Mego)

10 Ólõf Arnalds – Ólõf Sings (One Little Indian)

11 Steve Hauschildt – Tragedy & Geometry (Kranky)

12 Omar Souleyman – Haflat Gharbia: The Western Concerts (Sublime Frequencies)

13 Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – Wolfroy Goes To Town (Domino)

14 Dirty Projectors + Bjõrk – Mount Wittenberg Orca (Domino)

15 Mark McGuire – Get Lost (Editions Mego)

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