Jim Carroll

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Now Playing – what was on the OTR jukebox this week

Beastie Boys “Paul’s Boutique” (Capitol) Playing loud all week in tribute to the late, great Adam “MCA” Yauch. Ryat “Totem” (Brainfeeder) New Jersey-raised, Philadelphia-schooled addition to the Flying Lotus cabal comes on strong with woozy, ethereal multi-dimensional sounds. Last Days …

Fri, May 11, 2012, 08:46

   

Beastie Boys “Paul’s Boutique” (Capitol)

Playing loud all week in tribute to the late, great Adam “MCA” Yauch.

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Ryat “Totem” (Brainfeeder)

New Jersey-raised, Philadelphia-schooled addition to the Flying Lotus cabal comes on strong with woozy, ethereal multi-dimensional sounds.

Last Days of 1984 “Wake Up to the Waves” (Osaka)

One of OTR’s favourite Irish acts deliver an impressive debut brimming with beautifully euphoric melodies and darling tunes.

Laurel Halo “Quarantine” (Hyperdub)

Captivating sounds and riffs as Ina Cube excercises her inner Laurie Anderson on debut full-length album.

Nina Simone “Baltimore” (CTI)

Recorded in Brussels in 1978, the diva takes on Randy Newman’s tune and produces one hell of a standout moment.

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