Today's Trip Hop playlist

Hum, I guess this borders on Trip-Hop.

Introducing BLUEWERKS: The first-ever collaboration series between the two iconic record labels Blue Note & Astralwerks. Bringing together a collection of lo-fi tracks pairing the best of downtempo electronica together with jazz-infused sounds while bringing influences from all corners of the world.

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I just looked up Lamb on Roon and recognizing the style of the bio quickly realized that many of the bios in Roon could be written by AI.

lamb musical group biography


Lamb is a British electronic music duo formed in Manchester, England, in 1994. The group consists of singer-songwriter Lou Rhodes and producer Andy Barlow. Prior to forming Lamb, Rhodes and Barlow had separate music careers.

Lou Rhodes began her musical journey as a solo artist, exploring acoustic folk and trip-hop influences. Andy Barlow, on the other hand, had been involved in various music projects as a producer and remixer. The two met at a party in the early 1990s and decided to collaborate on music together.

In 1996, Lamb released their self-titled debut album, "Lamb," which garnered critical acclaim and gained them attention in the music industry. The album showcased their unique fusion of trip-hop, downtempo, and electronic elements, with Rhodes' soulful vocals complementing Barlow's atmospheric production. Songs like "Górecki" and "Cottonwool" became fan favorites and helped establish Lamb's signature sound.

Following the success of their debut album, Lamb released "Fear of Fours" in 1999. This album showcased more experimental and intricate production techniques, incorporating elements of jazz, drum and bass, and ambient music. It featured tracks like "B Line" and "Softly," which further solidified Lamb's reputation for pushing musical boundaries.

In 2001, Lamb released their third studio album, "What Sound." This album delved deeper into introspective and emotionally-driven themes while maintaining their electronic and trip-hop sensibilities. The album featured notable tracks such as "Gabriel" and "Sweet." "What Sound" received positive reviews and broadened Lamb's international fan base.

Over the years, Lamb continued to release albums and explore new sonic territories. Some of their subsequent releases include "Between Darkness and Wonder" (2003), "5" (2011), and "The Secret of Letting Go" (2019). Each album showcased their evolving sound, incorporating influences from various genres while staying true to their unique musical style.

Lamb has developed a dedicated fan base and has toured extensively, captivating audiences with their dynamic live performances. Their music has been featured in films, TV shows, and commercials, further expanding their reach and impact.

Throughout their career, Lamb has consistently pushed boundaries and crafted a distinct musical identity. Their combination of Rhodes' soulful vocals and Barlow's innovative production has made them a notable presence in the electronic music scene. With their creativity and willingness to experiment, Lamb continues to captivate listeners and push the boundaries of their sound.

Regenerate response
been on a morcheeba jag. to my mind, morcheeba epitomizes trip-hop. obviously, others could see it differently, as there might be some rock elements in there.

been on a morcheeba jag. to my mind, morcheeba epitomizes trip-hop. obviously, others could see it differently, as there might be some rock elements in there.

A band I have seen mentioned a million times and yet I don't know if I ever listened to anything by them more than once.

Suggestions for a Morcheebarookie?