Uncut Playlist 39, 2011

Pretty interesting and diverse list, I think, pieced together under some moderately intense deadline heat. “Raid” by Pusha T with Pharrell and 50 Cent is the best rap track I’ve heard in a while, though truth be told I haven’t heard much in a while.

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Pretty interesting and diverse list, I think, pieced together under some moderately intense deadline heat. “Raid” by Pusha T with Pharrell and 50 Cent is the best rap track I’ve heard in a while, though truth be told I haven’t heard much in a while.



1 Chuck Johnson – A Struggle Not A Thought (Strange Attractors Audio House)

2 Karen Dalton – 1966 (Delmore)

3 Group Inerane – Guitars From Agadez Volume 3 (Sublime Frequencies)

4 Pusha T – Fear Of God 2: Let Us Pray (Other Hand/Decon)

5 Blues Control – Local Flavor (Siltbreeze)

6 Blues Control & Laraaji – FRKWYS Vol 8: Blues Control & Laraaji (RVNG)

7 Blues Control – Blues Control (Holy Mountain)

8 Cardinal – Hymns (Fire)

9 Craig Finn – Honolulu Blues (Fulltime Hobby)

10 Paper Dollhouse – A Box Painted Black (Bird/Finders Keepers)

11 Wolfgang Voigt – Kafkatrax (Profan)

12 Ty Segall – Singles 2007-2010 (Goner)

13 Sunn 0))) – Void (Southern Lord)

14 Calexico – Selections From Road Atlas: 1998-2011 (City Slang)

15 White Denim – Last Day Of Summer (Downtown)

16 Calvin Keys – Shawn-Neeq (Tompkins Square)

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