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Now Playing – our tunes for the week that was

The essential tunes on the OTR stereo this week. Let us know what tunes are making you smile this weather in the comments below. Kate Jackson “Wonder Feeling” (Vinyl Factory) Former Long Blondes’ front-lady sashays back into action with a …

Fri, Nov 18, 2011, 09:00

   

The essential tunes on the OTR stereo this week. Let us know what tunes are making you smile this weather in the comments below.

Kate Jackson “Wonder Feeling” (Vinyl Factory)

Former Long Blondes’ front-lady sashays back into action with a delightful indie-pop nugget for her debut solo single.

The Dying Seconds “Glimmerers” (Self release)

Second album from the Dublin band will satisfy all your widescreen, dramatic arthouse musical needs this winter.

Teebs “Verbena Tea With Rebekah Raff” (Brainfeeder)

Choice cut from ex-skateboarder Mtendere Mandowa’s new album for FlyLo’s label with Rebekah Raff’s shimmering harp line leading the way

Tom Waits “Hell Broke Luce” (Anti)

Angry ball of fire and brimstone from the venerable contrarian’s 17th studio album

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WooWoos “Fizzy Lettuce” (Moshi Moshi)

New girl band for 2012 step out into the limelight with this neat slice of downbeat noir-ish trip-pop.

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