Martin Denny described his own music as “window dressing,” and the pop-jazz quartet Sex Mob takes that concept and runs with it. Their most studio-polished album in the past decade, Sexotica is a sly, electronicized homage to Denny’s brand of exotica, that airy, pseudo-tropical jazz of the ‘50s and ‘60s. A showcase for the slithery slide-trombone work of Steven Bernstein, Sexotica weaves and shimmies through a maze of tiki-lit bachelor pads via hypnotic Latin percussion loops and slow-burn instrumentals.