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Does anyone here like 'Trip-Hop' music? A friend of mine recently got me into this kind of music. Suggested some stuff like: New Order, Esthero, Supreme Beings of Leisure, Morcheeba and Aria. Anyone know any other good things to listen to in this category of tunes? :)
 

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Bacardi said:
Does anyone here like 'Trip-Hop' music? A friend of mine recently got me into this kind of music. Suggested some stuff like: New Order, Esthero, Supreme Beings of Leisure, Morcheeba and Aria. Anyone know any other good things to listen to in this category of tunes? :)
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Oh and they say Trip-Hops "Holy Trinity" is:
Portishead,Tricky and Massive Attack
 

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Since when were New Order trip-hop?! :confused:

Scientific definition:

Trip-hop was a mid-nineties 'thing', the term basically being invented by the ever-stupid music press (ie NME, Q etc) to pigeonhole a bunch of entirely unconnected groups/labels who all came from around the Bristol area and did music which combined hip-hop style breakbeats with ambient techno instrumental vibeyness. Artists: Portishead, Massive Attack, Tricky, DJ Krush, DJ Shadow, DJ Scruff. Labels: Mo'wax (especially their seminal Headz compilation, which pretty much defined the genre), Ninja Tune, Talkin Loud (kinda).

Of course, the exact meaning of terms like trip-hop is subject to change, for example what's called Trance these days has nothing to do with original Acid-Trance from ten years ago.
 

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Thank you for the link Aerien. :)

Willow I don't really think New Order is Trip-Hop, it was just suggested to me, if I like the others I might enjoy their new CD as well. New Order is an 80s thing, always has been, always will be. ;)
 
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