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The Cut Music - Week 3

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Trev | 11:12 UK time, Sunday, 4 October 2009

Hey Team Cut,

Yet another amazing week has flown by (if you missed it, watch it on iPlayer now - we'll wait).

And, as usual, there's been even more amazing music.  So if you've been scratching your head wondering who sang what this week, wonder no more...


Marina and the Diamonds - I Am Not A Robot (brought to you by BBC Introducing)

Death Cab for Cutie - Stable Song

Missy Elliott - Shake Your Pom Pom

Q-Tip - Vibrant Things

Regina Spektor - Samson

MGMT - Electric Feel

Ryan Adams - Wild Flowers

Wiley - Eskimo (Jay gives a brief rendition of this in episode 13)

Skinny Lister - Plough and Orion


And that's your lot. Let us know what you think of the soundtrack so far (Week 1 + Week 2). Anything you'd like to see more/less of?

And don't forget, we've teamed up with BBC Introducing, who are all about supporting unsigned, undiscovered and under the radar musicians.

So if you're making music or your mates are in a band and you think you should be heard on The Cut (or other Switch shows like 5:19 or Revealed), then just head on over to bbc.co.uk/introducing, upload your tracks and tag them as Switch.  That way, we'll get to hear them and pick some of them to be in our shows.

You could also get the attention of your local BBC Introducing show, or even Radio 1 / 1Xtra (quite a few people listen to them, you know).

Other artists found this way through Introducing have even ended up playing stages at Glasto, Reading, Leeds, Radio 1's Big Weekend, etc...

Basically - if you're in a band, you should go upload your tracks now. That is all.

See you next Sunday!




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