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The essential tunes on the OTR jukebox this week. Please feel free to add your own selections below. DJ Quik “The Book Of David” (Mad Science) Latest album from the US west coast maestro hits all the right sunny, slinky …

Fri, Jul 1, 2011, 09:00

   

The essential tunes on the OTR jukebox this week. Please feel free to add your own selections below.

DJ Quik “The Book Of David” (Mad Science)

Latest album from the US west coast maestro hits all the right sunny, slinky G-funk, r’n’b and hip-hop buttons.

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Ossie “Set the Tone EP” (Hyperdub)

Infectious, juicy bassy house grooves with flashes of genius from the rising young east London producer.

The Horrors “Skying” (XL)

Onwards and upwards for the Horrors with a new album chockablock with dark, thrilling psych-pop wig-outs, riffs and kicks.

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Steve Mason & Dennis Bovell “Ghosts Outside” (Double Six)

Mason’s “Boys Outside” album from last year is given a superbly deep dub overhaul by the veteran reggae producer.

Nas “Nasty” (Self release)

The Queensbridge rhymer goes back to his roots for this banger from his forthcoming tenth album “Life Is Good”.

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