|11-30-2014, 03:26 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Partying on the inside
Join Date: Mar 2009
You should really check out the suggestions thread stickied in this subforum.
In the meantime, Portishead is one choice. DJ Wally, is quite another. If I can find (so hard to do, for me) a couple of his tracks, I'll shoot them over. If anything, two of his songs would make the effort worthwhile.
|12-28-2014, 04:10 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2014
Dirty Art Club is a lesser known Trip-Hop duo. By chance I heard one of their tracks in a youtube video and managed to find out what it was before Darude Sandstorm was a thing.
Based on what the artists mentioned you might like their first album, Heavy Starch, more than the other 2.
There is also The Boards of Canada. However I'm not sure if that actually counts as trip-hop.
|02-11-2015, 05:49 PM||#9 (permalink)|
V8s & 12 Bars
Join Date: Oct 2014
Location: British Columbia
I'd post videos but I'm at work without speakers, just take my word on these albums, all damn good.
Some of these may be a bit more straight up instrumental hip-hop, some a bit jungle-ish, but just go with it.
The Joe Beats Conspiracy - Reverse Discourse
The Joe Beats Conspiracy - Diverse Recourse
Erik Jackson - Rainy Days
Danny Breaks - The Outer Dimension
Danny Breaks - Another Dimension
Danny Breaks - Vibrations
Clutchy Hopkins - The Life of Clutchy Hopkins
Bonobo - Dial 'M' For Monkey
Some of my all time favorite albums that I believe take instrumental hip-hop / trip-hop further than most, there's genuine ambition in all of these releases, not just casual beatmaking.
|02-11-2015, 06:37 PM||#10 (permalink)|
Crusher of tiny Nords
Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: Ugly Bag of Mostly Water
I believe 'Tricky' is considered trip hop, I recommend the album Blowback. Also here's a sweet vid, damn sexy music. You will get laid to this music, sexy beats and hella sexy voice.
I'll check out some of these others when I get a chance.
Mirth is King
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