All Posts Filed Under 'Triphop'
Posted on September 8th, 2007 | Filed under Downtempo, Chillout, Triphop | 3 comments
Posted on January 21st, 2007 | Filed under Electro, Trance, Synthpop, Techno, Rock, Triphop | 6 comments
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To coincide with the interview with Lo-Kiwi, I’m reviewing one of their releases, “Adrift” by Finnish duo Moosefrog. Adrift is a follow-up to the “Come” EP, which was the first release of the Lo-Kiwi label.
After an initial listen, ‘Adrift’ sounds unmistakeably like a throwback to the trip-hop era of the mid to late […]
A Summer Spent Inside
Posted on August 26th, 2006 | Filed under Rock, Downtempo, Triphop | One comment
Being the uncreative type that I am, I stole the title of this review from a comment on Archive.org. However, in my opinion, this is more than just another guitar album.
Firstly, this is a truly massive album with a runtime well over 2 hours in length spread over 2 albums. There is a lot […]
Whispers and the Storm
by Jean Nine
Posted on June 3rd, 2006 | Filed under New Age, Chillout, Triphop | 4 comments
From the Kyoto Republic Netlabel comes a post-rock/trip hop album by Jean Nine. The moods on this album can be described as dark, brooding and sometimes somewhat cold. This is really some laid back stuff. One thing I didn’t really like about the album is how it can get too laid back although there were […]
Glory and Shame
by The Chill Conspiracy
The Chill Conspiracy manages to achieve what its namesake implies. Glory and Shame serves up ample amounts of chilled piano sounds, bass, atmospherics and drums in a triphop/chillout album. What made the album stand out from other triphop/chillout albums that I have heard before is that the Chill Conspiracy adds a new age blend to […]