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The Digital Age: Trip Hop on the go

The latest apps

Trip hop has come a long way since its humble beginnings in Bristol in the early 1990s. And with any musical genre that sees wide scale appeal it evolves to fit its surroundings. Although trip hop may not have relinquished the components, which saw it garner worldwide praise during its inception, it has developed with the demanding rigors of a technological savvy landscape.

Through technology the passionate music fan, whether it is trip hop or any another genre; have been able to immerse ourselves in the pursuits we feel most passionate about. And people who have a passion for trip hop have in turn developed apps that will cater for the trip hop faithful.

Gaming Realms, producer of interactive next-generation gaming platform Castle Jackpot stated recently that the “growth in mobile internet is one of the most powerful trends in the Internet landscape” meaning that the app market is becoming inundated with new apps on a daily basis. Readwrite a tech news website reported that there is approximately 20,000 apps being added to the App Store each month.

Trip-Hop-Finest-Tunes-cover[1]But how does this affect trip hop fans? Out of the 20,000 apps added to the App Store monthly, a high proportion of these apps are music-centric apps. So, with that in mind we have found two of the best trip hop apps for your perusal…

Trip Hop Music App
Although it has received mixed reviews on Google Play, it has however garnered more positive reviews from tech critics. Via this app you can listen to the most cutting edge trip hop tracks anytime of the day.

Trip Hop Radio
Built for the most devoted of trip hop fans, this app houses all the best radio stations catering for the genre you so dearly love. The only downside to this app is that you need Internet connection to run it.

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“Loud Noises in Quiet Spaces” by Joe Rodwell

Starting this week, Triptica will feature a different trip hop album per week, could be classic albums, new mainstream, or new underground cool stuff.  If you are an artist and wants us to check your album please click on Submit Music link. The pick of this first week is “Loud Noises in Quiet Spaces” by Joe Rodwell.

Joe is a composer/arranger, producer, and trumpeter based in West London. Since leaving the London College of Music in 2007, Joe has become a successful freelance musician, composing music for short films, documentaries, and library companies, arranging for various ensembles, and performing as both a live and session musician.

As a trumpet player, Joe had the privilege of working with many great musicians, producers and artists, incluiding Ms Dynamite, Shy FX and many more. But on December 2013 Joe released his first album, ‘Loud Noises in Quiet Spaces.’  As he says: “The album is an homage to the Bristol sound of trip hop and its many sub-genres and spin offs. I have loved this type of music since discovering it back in the late 90’s.”

Having been brought up in Bristol, Joe was engrossed in the ‘Bristol sound’ of trip hop from the likes of Massive Attack and Portishead.

THAT: Trip Hop Addicts Therapy. Epidose 1

This is the first episode of THAT: Trip Hop Addicts Therapy; a weekly mix featuring the classic hits and the new tunes of trip hop, downtempo, alternative rap.
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1. Archive – Nothing Else
2. Massive Attack – Five Man Army
3. Lovage – Stroker Ace
4. Soulstice – Not Alone
5. DJ Krush – Skin Against Skin (with Deborah Anderson)
6. Belleruche – Minor Swing
7. Lamb – Fly
8. Frost – Running Boy
9. When Soft Voices Di – Music
10. Hooverphonic – One Way Ride
11. Skye – What’s wrong with me
12. 21 Hertz – Infinity coast
13. Portishead – Numb
14. Control Machete – LAS FABULOSAS 2

All Trip Hop, all the time!