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The Secret Sisters complete unfinished Bob Dylan song

The Secret Sisters have completed an unfinished Bob Dylan song from the 1980s. The track, called "Dirty Lie", appears on their new album, Put Your Needle Down, which was produced by T Bone Burnett.

The Magdalene Sisters

DIRECTED BY Peter Mullan STARRING Nora-Jane Noone, Dorothy Duffy, Anne-Marie Duff Opens February 21, Cert 15, 119 mins The opening scene of Peter Mullan's award-winning social drama The Magdalene Sisters unfolds in a Dublin pub in 1964, where Guinness-stained granddads in cloth caps slap their thighs to fiddle-dee-diddle-dee music played by a lecherous priest who salivates suggestively over his bodhran while crucifixes are reflected in whisky glasses and a lusty Irish buck rapes his own cousin.

First Aid Kit – Stay Gold

Singing sisters' major-label debut is a glittering folk-pop tapestry of Scandi-angst... When they first started releasing music six years ago, teenage Swedish sisters Klara and Johanna Söderberg named their band in acknowledgement of the healing power of song. On their third album the pair sound in need of a dose of their own medicine. The emotions driving these ten tracks are as troubled and uncertain as the music is gloriously resolved.

The New Uncut: The Byrds

A weirdly deserted Uncut office today, so it falls on me to break off from my usual arduous routine - tooling around on Twitter, listening to Hiss Golden Messenger bootlegs, wondering what time the cricket starts – and write this week’s newsletter blog.

The 35th Uncut Playlist Of 2012

A good week, in that I wrote a couple of new blogs about the Allah-Las and Dan Deacon albums, finally tracked down a copy of “Meet “Mississippi” Charles Bevel”, and heard the Baird Sisters’ beautiful record (one of them is Meg Baird from Espers) and Four Tet’s “Pink” comp.

‘Queen of Country’ Kitty Wells dies at 92

Country music singer Kitty Wells has died at the age of 92. The singer, known as "The Queen of Country", passed away at her home in Nashville earlier today (July 16) following complications from a stroke. Born in 1919, Wells began singing as a child and as a teenager performed with her sisters before going on to accompany her husband Johnnie Wright, who passed away last year. In 1949, Wells signed her own record deal with RCA but was dropped a year later.

The 32nd Uncut Playlist Of 2010

Bit of a mixed bag here: let me enthusiastically flag the Secret Sisters, Wooden Wand, Dean McPhee, Imaad Wasif and The Fresh And Onlys, and maintain a dignified silence about a few of the other records on the playlist this week.

Coco Rosie – La Maison De Mon Rêve

Hallucinatory, spectral folk debut from NY sisters Sierra and Bianca Cassidy

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Pete Townshend looks back at The Who in 1967: “I don’t think I was angry”

Smashing guitars, hanging out with Small Faces and keeping Keith Moon onside

Mogwai: Album By Album

Founded in 1995 and initially a trio, Glasgow’s Mogwai made their debut with “Tuner/Lower”, a self-pressed seven-inch in thrall...

Introducing the new issue of Uncut


Introducing the Deluxe Ultimate Music Guide to Bob Marley

In-depths reviews and archive encounters with the reggae legend