Very chilled, very warm sounding particularly considering it's all electronic , and very beautiful. Oddly enough the only station that seemed to produce good music every now and then was when I typed cake in and hit that it was a song name instead of the band name. I like the raw sound better. All the costumes for the video were specially designed and created by Skye, drawing inspiration from the seductive brooding landscape of this infectious synth-driven track. Well known tracks will be removed at mod discretion.
What's a good album to start with? British trip-hop pioneers Morcheeba return with their first new album in over five years. More traditional downbeat would be A Violent Narcotic by Jute. Originally posted by pToast: You people might keyword, and I hope you do like. It would probably more accurate to lump them into slowcore, but their stuff is just too pretty for that. This is by no means the only interesting aspect of his idiosyncratic artistic. I think I actually prefer the sound of their studio stuff, for the kind of music it is. Man do I ever love Portishead.
I was lucky enough to see Portishead live twice. Even though I'm just going to agree with everyone else, I'd thought I'd chime in because I know you're waiting to hear what Gojula thinks! Bit less trip hop then the Portishead tracks. Tracey Thorne is absolutely the ugliest woman in music but she's got an awesome voice. There was no template for its ten, extraordinary, future-facing songs, no self-imposed limits on style, no themes to be adhered to or rules in place to break. It's basically some of the best songs off their 2 studio albums, but the production work is incredible. More chilled and warm the Portishead, but very laid back.
Now, I understand that it's just based on other people who listen to both bands, but what do you think of Portishead? Moby is so nicknamed because of the fact that he can trace his ancestry to the author of the famous whaling tale Moby Dick, Herman Melville. Their first two releases seemed to portend a trip-hop b Morcheeba are a British band that mixes influences from rock, trip hop, rhythm and blues and pop. Finally, I happen to like Alpha. Do like mudboy suggests and check out Somafm. Personally, I always had the impression that Portishead was only for depressed Brits , but I'm willing to give it a try I remember a hit from a long time ago, here in the states, and from what I remember, and what little bit I can recall of their music, they sound similar to Sneaker Pimps.
Originally posted by byosys: Use it and love it. Daisy Martey formerly of the band Noonday Underground joined in 2005 to succeed Skye Edwards. Their Groove Salad station is amazing. That is an absolutely wonderful fucking song. Formed in 1995, they consisted of Paul Godfrey dj , Ross Godfrey on guitar and keyboards with Skye Edwards as the primary vocalist fronting the band.
And it failed miserably on all my stations. Have you listened to any Everything But The Girl? I kinda like that album, but it's a bit too quiet for me. My wife is getting tired of my 'Amazingly Morbid' playlist - think lots and lots of Nick Cave. On February 12 2010, New Musical Express revealed that Skye Edwards was once again working with the band. Sometimes the live version ends in an amazing crescendo of screaming guitars and Beth just flipping out. It's gonna take me a week to listen to all these. I like the album versions better.
Fuck, I'm thinking about trying to get the scratch to fucking buy her import catalog up. While churning up interest through an underground presence mostly in London, the band finally broke through when featured on the Ultra-Chilled series. The band have released 8 albums that have sold in excess of 10 million records in their career. The boys from Portishead came from the same scene as Massive Attack, and have worked with them. Andrew Cocup, Yorkshire, England; trombone, keyboards, bass. For help with identifying a song, use or.
The rest of their stuff was thoroughly mediocre to my ears. Articles discussing events in musician's lives are subject to mod discretion. If you ever have a chance to see them live you should go at any cost. They are a bit different, less electronic, but I still group them into downbeat, and their singer has the most gorgeous voice ever. Both Manda and Burgess toured with Morcheeba as lead singers on their 2008 tour. They don't have a singer, but they do interlace vocals from other sources. An acclaimed maker of intricate, subtle mood music, according to his label Ninja Tune Records, Green became interested in music as a teenager, copying the music from television adverts and programmes.
If you're still compelled after that, you might try going backwards to their studio stuff then -- because if you get turned off by their studio stuff which is really lo-fi then you're going to miss the live album, which is outstanding. I can't forget where I first heard of it. I remember a hit from a long time ago, here in the states, and from what I remember, and what little bit I can recall of their music, they sound similar to Sneaker Pimps. Download the second song, Weeping rock, rock if you want a good taste. Barrow started out as a tape - 30% match to Morcheeba Genres: View Artist: Simon Green, England.