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The essential tunes in the OTR office this week. Please feel free to add your own selections below. Jape “Ocean of Frequency” (Music Is For Losers) The post-“Ritual” affair from Richie Egan is brimming with deadly tropical pop, sunset grooves …

Fri, Sep 9, 2011, 09:00

   

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

Jape “Ocean of Frequency” (Music Is For Losers)

The post-“Ritual” affair from Richie Egan is brimming with deadly tropical pop, sunset grooves and infectious tunes.

Django Django “Waveforms” (Because)

Forthcoming single from the London-based Irish/Scottish group sees them moving into new, exciting tribal-pop terrain.

Santogold “Santogold” (Atlantic)

Revisisting one of the big hits of last weekend’s Electric Picnic before she changed her name to Santigold. New album can’t come too soon.

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Blawan “What You Do With What You Have” (R&S)

Dastardly acid-fringed deep techno winner from one of the best new producers to emerge in the last 12 months.

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Portishead “Third” (Island)

From 2008, Portishead’s third album remains a muscular, haunting, mesmerising listen from start to finish.

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