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Now Playing – the tunes of the week at OTR HQ

I:Cube “’M’ Megamix” (Versatile) 24 short, snappy, bright and beathless house and techno cuts from Parisian producer Nicolas Chaix to leave you wanting more. Neneh Cherry & The Thing “Cherry Thing” (Smalltown Supersound) Cherry’s fantastc new album, her first new …

Fri, Jul 20, 2012, 07:55

   

I:Cube “’M’ Megamix” (Versatile)

24 short, snappy, bright and beathless house and techno cuts from Parisian producer Nicolas Chaix to leave you wanting more.

Neneh Cherry & The Thing “Cherry Thing” (Smalltown Supersound)

Cherry’s fantastc new album, her first new release in 16 years, sees her flying off on an interstellar space-jazz voyage with The Thing.

Delilah “From the Roots Up” (Atlantic)

Atmospheric pop, spinetingling dubstep and slow-motion drum’n’bass from Paloma “Delilah” Stoeker on her ace debut album.

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Happa “Boss” (White)

15 year old Leeds’ producer Samir Alikhanizadeh comes up trumps with this booming bass freakout.

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Various “Shaolin Soul” (Hostile)

Two volumes of soul and funk rare grooves as sampled by the Wu-Tang Clan.

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