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PlayGame - Forbidden EP

PlayGame – Forbidden EP

Is it just me or there’s a new wave of interest towards trip-hop these days? New websites emerge out of the blue (like this self-proclaimed “#1 source of Trip-Hop music” – we all know who’s #1 source of Trip-Hop music ;)) every other musician is trying to squeeze in “elements of trip-hop” in their portfolio...

Eat2Pills podcast featuring VFSix

Our friends from Ru Trip Community are keeping busy. Not only are they now a fully-functioning netlabel with the 5th release on its way (I’ve listened to the sampler and it’s pretty damn tasty), they joined forces with a musician from Samara xpand tm [xd tm] to create Eat2Pills podcast. Episodes of Eat2Pills (the 10th...

Ru Trip Community – Letters

There aren’t that many things that are awaited by me these days with such anticipation as new  Ru Trip Community compilations. RTC has by now established a considerable status among trip-hop fans and musicians related to the genre, so they would have to try really hard to release a bad compilation, for at this point in...

100th

Here it is, my dearest readers and listeners. The 100th post. A micro-anniversary in trippin’ the rift‘s mini-history. I want to raise this glass of this fine Oatmeal Stout to all of you, who’s been reading these posts (not always inspired and almost never grammatically correct, but always honest), listening to my tiny radio station,...

Ru Trip Community – Imprints

When I first found out about the project Ru Trip Community a few months ago, their first release Ru Trip Community Vol.1 made me curious. After listening to RTC‘s second compilation – Imprints, I felt a bit scared. While in Vol.1 an unknown creature by the name of “Russian trip-hop” was sharpening its claws and...

Ru Trip Community – Da Story Never Ends

I don’t know about you, but for me this post is very important. Probably because I have a lot in common with the three people I interviewed here. And also because I believe that I am near the origins of something big, something that is yet rather less known but has already left an important...

Ru Trip Community vol.1

I think it’s time to go back to my roots and start talking about Russian* trip-hop, this ever-developing but still staying deep underground movement. I’m not sure just how representative is Ru Trip Community vol.1, but it does what a good compilation is supposed to do – make its listener wonder. Even though, frankly speaking,...