I Sing Praises by Dr. Quandary & Elder Orange I am usually not a fan of this kind of music but it blew my mind. Sweet sweet electronic trip hop you should really listen to.
Escape (Feat. Any Colour You Like) by Waking Life These days I’m not a huge fan of trip hop but this one blew my mind away.
SOMEWHERE by Somewhere The Israeli duo Somewhere [Ido Berger – music & lyrics, Ilil Lev- Kenaan – vocals] creates an airy, moody & beautiful trip-hop & pop songs.
Substandard by Dalberg Dalberg [Mike Holuj] delivers some solid & imaginative electronic tracks which ranges from chill to trip-hop & even pop.
Fono One by Fono Coming from Bristol with this history of trip hop, Fono is combining here the trip hop into the beats music using live instruments.
Ermitaño Interior by Dat García This Chilean artist was introduced to me by a Facebook friend from Chile two weeks ago, and it I was immediately hooked on its trip hop basses and I love the way a song starts and ends completely different. Beautiful album.
Tummy Re-Touch by Various Artists This compilation was released originally in 1997 and features rare and unreleased remixes and edits from the first years of Tummy Touch Records (and a smattering of Peace Feast) – this is really a great old-school 90’s electronic compilation [Free Download!]
The Last Cosmic Band by Blasted 700 Beautifully popish dreamy little adventure into electronica, beats & space.
Windsor Smith by Don D This instrumental hip-hop album by Don D reminds me some of the fine electronic trip-hop tunes i used to love in the nineties.
S P A C E S by Stef T Stef T is a jazz school graduate, and she in her (too) short and lovely EP she puts together slow paced, beautiful electronic pop with trip-hop influences.