Breakbeat in its truest form with tone and tempo ranging from nu skool breaks to trip hop.
This is a quintessential trip hop record. Hip hop beats with blue moods and jazzy instruments. Lamentation on life withouth words.
We would have called it trip hop a decade ago, now she labels herself as techno. Things just go around. Thumping rhythm, humming bass, noisy soundscapes, eerie vocals.
There are some beautiful songs on this one. And one triphop awesomeness, and one hymn for before a party.
Something like an ageless bridge across nu jazz, ambient electronica, soft grooves and laidback head music. Soothing, relaxed, nice feelings, a light and gentle touch on the soul.
A surprisingly triphop album in 2018 with an equal balance of rock and electronics. Reminds me of Archive most.
It’s like Portishead remastered with a more current sound. Has weight.
This is a shit album, supposed be punk but it’s just random and bad. Luckily in that randomness there’s a completely unfitting piece called Spit, which is a great triphop track.
This spaceship still travelling. Trip and hop and experimental electronics.
Triphop with a pintch of jazzy sound, dub echos, you know, head music thing. 2017 deluxe edition comes with 4 extra tracks.