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Now Playing – the soundtrack to the last seven days at OTR HQ

Jim-E Stack “Come Between” (Good Years) New Orleans’ producer comes up trumps with this golden, exuberent new-school house nugget. Django Django “Default” (Because) Longtime OTR faves prepare for the release of their debut album in late January with another off-kilter …

Fri, Dec 16, 2011, 08:51

   

Jim-E Stack “Come Between” (Good Years)

New Orleans’ producer comes up trumps with this golden, exuberent new-school house nugget.

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Django Django “Default” (Because)

Longtime OTR faves prepare for the release of their debut album in late January with another off-kilter winner.

Frank Ocean “Nostalgia, Ultra” (Self release)

One of the best releases of 2011, with the Odd Future-alligned r’n’b crooner hitting all the right notes with an album of deep, soulful hits.

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Kassem Mosse “Workshop 12” (Workshop)

Dramatic, abstract, moody, weirdbeard techno from the new German kingpin of these wild frontiers.

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Kate Rusby “While Mortals Sleep” (Pure)

Bells, snow, angels and mince pies: the festive sounds of South Yorkshire.

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