Trip With Me

Posts tagged "USA"
Anji Bee - Love Me Leave Me

Anji Bee – Love Me Leave Me

ALBUM SPOTLIGHT Immensely pleasant – this is how I would describe this debut solo LP by Anji Bee. Yes, this is exactly what some people like to call “elevator trip-hop”, but I like to think of this term as “music that elevates your spirit”. Sometimes (and by “sometimes” I mean almost every freaking day) we...
Made Of Wood (Albuquerque, USA)

Made Of Wood (Albuquerque, USA)

I like smart people. They make life easier, conversations more meaningful, movies less boring and music that you actually want to listen to. You will definitely want to listen to Dan Waldman‘s (aka Made Of Wood) album The Chill/Funk Trip (as well as his other works) after reading this interview. And you definitely should, because...
Shag - Revolution

Shag – Revolution

It’s easy to miss this album in the onslaught of new exciting releases. Just because it’s so… I don’t know, humble and one might even say simple. Well, that “one” should just keep his feeding hole shut. Because let me tell you this – it’s thanks to people like Shag with albums like Revolution trip-hop...
Blue Foundation - In My Mind I Am Free

Blue Foundation – In My Mind I Am Free

Amazon.com WidgetsHow many albums have you heard where you start listening to the first track and think: “It’s going to be a good album”? Probably a few, right? But let me ask you this – how many albums have you heard where you listen to the first track and think: “It’s going to be a...
STEREOSPREAD (Asheville, USA)

STEREOSPREAD (Asheville, USA)

It’s all about love, isn’t it? No, really. Love makes us care about things, love inspires and, unfortunately, sometimes destroys us (but still inspires!). When two people combine their love for each other with their love for music, the results are magical. Please meet James Hopkins and Sara Snyder who create dark, sensual and genre-boundaries-defying...
Yuna - Yuna

Yuna – Yuna

Amazon.com WidgetsI guess I could have picked some other release for review, since I’m only posting 1-2 per month of those. It’s not like Yuna, with over a million Likes on Facebook and with forces behind as powerful as mighty Pharrell desperately needs extra promotion from my miniscule web entity. So this is just for...

Tensei (Chicago, USA)

It’s raining Chicago trip-hop projects! Just a little while ago I was a lonely trip-hop soul in Windy City, and then all of a sudden Scarlet Monk appeared with her album, I was finally able to make contact with Atomica Project (them and Scarlet Monk are playing a show in January and I’m definitely going...

THE NEW LAW – The Fifty Year Storm

I want to talk about my rating system first, just to get it out of the way. Those of you who visit this blog often may have noticed that my ratings are usually pretty high and almost never go below 3 out of 5. There are many different reasons for my generosity, the main two...

Anomie Belle – Machine EP

Amazon.com WidgetsWell, let’s listen to the thing, shall we? Yes, we sure shall. Machine EP is 5 tracks packed with all kinds of electronica goodness. If you haven’t heard The Crush, you’re a loser you should definitely check out Machine EP, because it based around the title track (featuring Mr.Lif) that perfectly captures the dark,...

Scarlet Monk – AnnaBella

It’s been getting progressively harder and easier to find music that “fits the profile” of this blog. Easier because electronica is not this weird bastard daughter of dance music anymore, but an organic part of the modern music world, and now artists that aren’t employing electronica elements in their music steadily moving towards extinction. In...

Coba Stella – Now Is The Time

<A HREF=”http://ws.amazon.com/widgets/q?rt=tf_w_mpw&ServiceVersion=20070822&MarketPlace=US&ID=V20070822%2FUS%2Ftripptherift-20%2F8014%2Fa0ae7c81-031a-4416-8068-6065f0ae3d88&Operation=NoScript”>Amazon.com Widgets</A>Sometimes (pretty often) I miss being able to just listen to music without digging into each song with sharp surgical instruments of criticism. Sometimes I just want to say that yeah, I liked the record, without having to go into any details. Music could be just… good, for no particular reason. Right? Well,...

Sin Smiley (Los Angeles, USA)

It’s been a while since we FEA(U)TURE’d anyone. But don’t you dare thinking that I have abandoned this category, – I still find it one the most (if not the most) important and interesting sides of this project. It’s just there’s not enough time for anything anymore. “Thanks” to that, while this FEA(U)TURE was in...