July 15th, 2004
I'm relatively new to the whole AcidJazz/Trip Hop thing, so I'm looking to you guys for suggestions.
Names I'm familiar with :
I'm sure there are others I dig that fall into this category but I can't think of them anyway, here's where you lovelies come into play.
Tell me some stuff I'll like, that's along the same vein as the above groups. Please?
get these albums now. highest recommendations:
MOUSE ON MARS - Instrumentals
David Holmes presents THE FREE ASSOCIATION
EL-P - Highwater Mark
AMON TOBIN - Permutation
if you need specific songs, let me know!
MARTINA TOPLEY-BIRD's album is along the same lines. Get the song 'Too Tough to Die' and you'll be set : )
rae & christian
bomb the bass
definition of sound
james taylor quartet
corduroy (not the cheesy punk band)
look for anything on the Acid Jazz label (some good compilations are on that label)
Trip-hop vein: Hooverphonic, Sneaker Pimps, Mono, Perfume Tree
|Date:||November 28th, 2004 01:14 pm (UTC)|| |
Moloko (1995) _Do You Like My Tight Sweater?_ I have this album and it's brilliant. Roisin Murphy's vocals are *amazing*.
Sneaker Pimps (1996) _Becoming X_ This first album with original female vocalist Kelli Dayton (who later left) is great.
Smoke City (1997) _Flying Away_ contains the song 'Underwater Love' which you may remember from the Levi's jeans advert with the mermaids.
The Streets (2002) _Original Pirate Material_ This first album is better than the followup (which is a bit cheesey).
Also the following are good, don't have specific albums myself:
James Taylor Quartet
and obviously Tricky, Portishead, Roni Size