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The playlist – the tunes of the week at OTR HQ

Tracks for your weekend from Stars, Willie Burns, Børns, Femmepop, Call Super, Dorian Concept, The Manhattan Syndrome, King Tuff, Palace, Beach Day and many more


Fri, Oct 10, 2014, 09:36


Willie Burns “Everybody Everybody” (Hot Haus)

Friday night fever as the Brooklyn-based Texan producer turns Black Box’s 1990s’ hit into a swinging, lush dancefloor killer

Call Super “Suzi Ecto” (Houndstooth)

Beautifully rendered elegant techno textures from JR Seaton

Beach Day “Don’t Call Me On The Phone” (Kanine)

A reminder of what a hazy garage summer boom tune sounds like from the Florida band’s forthcoming “Native Echoes” album

Dorian Concept “Joined Ends” (Ninja Tune)

Austrian producer Oliver Johnson’s second album is a lovingly crafted collection of post-beats’ sonic explorations. “Draft Culture” from the album below

Stars “No One Is Lost” (Arts & Crafts)

Montreal band’s seventh album keeps on dancing in the gap between euphoria and melancholy.

The Manhattan Syndrome “Keepsake” (Wall Run Fall)

Dublin band prep for the release of debut album “Goodbye Iowa” with this beaut

Palace “I Want What You Got” (Beatnik Creative)

Up, up and away on the new dreamy harmonies-heavy single from the London four-piece

King Tuff “Eyes of the Muse” (Sub Pop)

A psych-flecked rattler and a half from Kyle Thomas’ new album “Black Moon Spell”

Femmepop “A Girl Who Never Sleeps”

Strong blast of neo-classic, intense, sparkling indie-pop with a few subtle twists from Cork’s Margaret O’Sullivan

Børns “10,000 Emerald Pools” (Interscope)

Michigan dude in Los Angeles turns on the style with his debut track full of indie rock ebbs and flows.