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  • The Blue Square - Out Of Time Feat. Phil Diamond - MR006 (Vinyl 12'' & Digital)
    Melting Records
    03:15
    Triphop
    4,441

    We are proud to present you a compilation of the best tracks of the Athens based Trip Hop duo The Blue Square. Limited ed. 12" vinyl in red or black colour: http://bit.ly/2fo1wbQ All platforms: http://smarturl.it/thebluesquare Conceived in Athens, Greece, The Blue Square is the duo of Radim (Vasilis Sourais) and Radical (Christos Volotas) who have come together with a love of noir atmospheres, old spy films, and dusted, jazzy beats. Since their beginnings in 2010, The Blue Square have been making waves with their explorations into instrumental hip hop, nu-jazz, and trip hop, and earned slots DJ’ing alongside Wax Tailor, ASM - A State Of Mind, Bonobo, and Gramatik. Paul Cheeba of Morcheeba is also a fan, premiering a track by The Blue Square on the widely listened to Trip Hop Nation podcast. The pair’s self-titled debut album – and their first release on vinyl – has been issued by Greek label Melting Records and delivers heaps of cinematic vibes and crucial rhythms. The Blue Square have expressed a desire to create ‘soundtracks for imaginary films’ and their album certainly fits the bill. “Believe’, the opening cut, quickly sets the tone with a heavy lounge feel wrapped in vibraphone melodies, saxophone riffs, and classic beats. “Tic Toc” mashes together a number of styles and sounds, featuring desert guitars, vintage keys, and hip hop vocal drops over some seriously dope drums. “Mama”, with vocalist Esterina, showcases the diversity of the crew, as it’s a deliciously jazzy vocal number that transports the listener to a nostalgic club scene while firmly rooted in its contemporary base. These are just a few highlights from the eleven track album, and the different moods and sounds provide an infectious ‘sonic film’ from The Blue Square’s imagination. Dive in and drift away. credits releases December 15, 2016 All tracks Recorded & arranged by The Blue Square Guitars on track 2 by Manos Paterakis on track 2 , 9 Vocals on track 3 by Gregg Green Cuts on track 3 by DJ Enthro Vocals on track 4 & 6 by Esterina Guitars on track 4 & 6 by Panos Kalkanas Contrabass on track 4 & 6 by Thodoris Ifantis Drums on track 4 & 6 by Dennis Panagiotidis Vocals on track 7 by Melentini Guitars on Track 7 Vagelis Katsabekis Vocals on track 8 by Phil Diamond Guitar on track 9 by Manos Paterakis Flute on track 10 by Hugo Kant Bass on track 10 by George Ladogiannis Guitars and Bass on track 11 by George Ladogiannis Re-Mastered by Kasablanka Mastering www.facebook.com/KasablankaMastering Front Cover by Frank Moth society6.com/frankmoth Artwork Design by Manolis Chalkiadakis backbonegraphics.com Follow The Blue Square : soundcloud.com/thebluesquare Melting Records © 2016 www.facebook.com/meltingrecs soundcloud.com/melting-records Contact us: [email protected]

  • More Massive Attack Mixed (Singles, Remixes and Others)
    Uwdar
    56:56
    Triphop
    7,207

    Lesser known tracks combined into a mix. Foggy and trippy. Perfect for those who already explored MA albums and want more. Enjoy Tracklist: 1. Massive Attack - Everybody's Got A Family (Unleashed OST 2005) 2. Mint - Better Things Von Massive Attack (Phonogram LP 1994) 3. Startled Insects - Cheetah (Lifepulse Album 1991) 4. Massive Attack - Karmacoma (Portishead Experience) (Karmacoma EP 1995) 5. Massive Attack - Teardrop (Scream Team Remix)(Teardrop LP 1998) 6. Massive Attack - Euro Zero Zero (Teardrop LP 1998) 7. Massive Attack - Protection (Underdog's Angel Dust Mix)(Protection Single 1995) 8. Massive Attack - Sly (Underdog Mix) (Sly Single 1994) 9. Massive Attack - Sly (Cosmic Dub) (Sly Single 1994) 10. Massive Attack - Polaroid Girl (Unleashed OST 2005) 11. Massive Attack - Collar Stays On (Unleashed OST 2005) 12. Massive Attack - Protection (Quiet Village Remix)(Remixs Compilation 2006) 13. Massive Attack - Montage (Unleashed OST 2005)

  • August 28th {This is not Paradise}
    Slamhaus
    02:59
    Triphop
    7,902

    This track is from a collection of tunes from the live streamed sessions with Slamhaus. While bands or users will inspire me, every song was composed live on stream without any pre-thought melodies, progressions or beats. Watch a piece of music composed 100% in front of your eyes. Watch this track composed lived from here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSgwckbJkf4 Be a part of the music making! Watch Tunesday at 2pm CT every Tuesday! www.twitch.tv/slamhaus Album Artwork by Chris Amhaus Lyrics: So baby hold me close Forget that overdose The world's real fate So don't be afraid So baby hold me close Forget that overdose The world's real fate So don't be afraid Let's get lost together Feel so surreal As I walk forever in this daydream And I feel like this is quite alright Let's get lost together Feel so surreal As I walk forever in this daydream Til you realize this is not paradise Let's get lost together Feel so surreal As I walk forever in this daydream And I feel like this is quite alright Let's get lost together Feel so surreal As I walk forever in this daydream Til you realize this is not paradise

  • Lust Graveyard (feat. Amira Lacrima)
    mCurtis
    00:30
    Trip Hop
    5
  • The Blue Square Feat. Melentini - Nightkisser - MR006 (Vinyl 12'' & Digital)
    Melting Records
    03:51
    Triphop
    5,435

    We are proud to present you a compilation of the best tracks of the Athens based Trip Hop duo The Blue Square. Limited ed. 12" vinyl in red or black colour: http://bit.ly/2fo1wbQ All platforms: http://smarturl.it/thebluesquare Conceived in Athens, Greece, The Blue Square is the duo of Radim (Vasilis Sourais) and Radical (Christos Volotas) who have come together with a love of noir atmospheres, old spy films, and dusted, jazzy beats. Since their beginnings in 2010, The Blue Square have been making waves with their explorations into instrumental hip hop, nu-jazz, and trip hop, and earned slots DJ’ing alongside Wax Tailor, ASM - A State Of Mind, Bonobo, and Gramatik. Paul Cheeba of Morcheeba is also a fan, premiering a track by The Blue Square on the widely listened to Trip Hop Nation podcast. The pair’s self-titled debut album – and their first release on vinyl – has been issued by Greek label Melting Records and delivers heaps of cinematic vibes and crucial rhythms. The Blue Square have expressed a desire to create ‘soundtracks for imaginary films’ and their album certainly fits the bill. “Believe’, the opening cut, quickly sets the tone with a heavy lounge feel wrapped in vibraphone melodies, saxophone riffs, and classic beats. “Tic Toc” mashes together a number of styles and sounds, featuring desert guitars, vintage keys, and hip hop vocal drops over some seriously dope drums. “Mama”, with vocalist Esterina, showcases the diversity of the crew, as it’s a deliciously jazzy vocal number that transports the listener to a nostalgic club scene while firmly rooted in its contemporary base. These are just a few highlights from the eleven track album, and the different moods and sounds provide an infectious ‘sonic film’ from The Blue Square’s imagination. Dive in and drift away. credits releases December 15, 2016 All tracks Recorded & arranged by The Blue Square Guitars on track 2 by Manos Paterakis on track 2 , 9 Vocals on track 3 by Gregg Green Cuts on track 3 by DJ Enthro Vocals on track 4 & 6 by Esterina Guitars on track 4 & 6 by Panos Kalkanas Contrabass on track 4 & 6 by Thodoris Ifantis Drums on track 4 & 6 by Dennis Panagiotidis Vocals on track 7 by Melentini Guitars on Track 7 Vagelis Katsabekis Vocals on track 8 by Phil Diamond Guitar on track 9 by Manos Paterakis Flute on track 10 by Hugo Kant Bass on track 10 by George Ladogiannis Guitars and Bass on track 11 by George Ladogiannis Re-Mastered by Kasablanka Mastering www.facebook.com/KasablankaMastering Front Cover by Frank Moth society6.com/frankmoth Artwork Design by Manolis Chalkiadakis backbonegraphics.com Follow The Blue Square : soundcloud.com/thebluesquare Melting Records © 2016 www.facebook.com/meltingrecs soundcloud.com/melting-records Contact us: [email protected]

  • The Blue Square - Midnight In Montmartre - MR006 (Vinyl 12'' & Digital)
    Melting Records
    02:45
    Triphop
    8,023

    We are proud to present you a compilation of the best tracks of the Athens based Trip Hop duo The Blue Square. Limited ed. 12" vinyl in red or black colour: http://bit.ly/2fo1wbQ All platforms: http://smarturl.it/thebluesquare Conceived in Athens, Greece, The Blue Square is the duo of Radim (Vasilis Sourais) and Radical (Christos Volotas) who have come together with a love of noir atmospheres, old spy films, and dusted, jazzy beats. Since their beginnings in 2010, The Blue Square have been making waves with their explorations into instrumental hip hop, nu-jazz, and trip hop, and earned slots DJ’ing alongside Wax Tailor, ASM - A State Of Mind, Bonobo, and Gramatik. Paul Cheeba of Morcheeba is also a fan, premiering a track by The Blue Square on the widely listened to Trip Hop Nation podcast. The pair’s self-titled debut album – and their first release on vinyl – has been issued by Greek label Melting Records and delivers heaps of cinematic vibes and crucial rhythms. The Blue Square have expressed a desire to create ‘soundtracks for imaginary films’ and their album certainly fits the bill. “Believe’, the opening cut, quickly sets the tone with a heavy lounge feel wrapped in vibraphone melodies, saxophone riffs, and classic beats. “Tic Toc” mashes together a number of styles and sounds, featuring desert guitars, vintage keys, and hip hop vocal drops over some seriously dope drums. “Mama”, with vocalist Esterina, showcases the diversity of the crew, as it’s a deliciously jazzy vocal number that transports the listener to a nostalgic club scene while firmly rooted in its contemporary base. These are just a few highlights from the eleven track album, and the different moods and sounds provide an infectious ‘sonic film’ from The Blue Square’s imagination. Dive in and drift away. credits releases December 15, 2016 All tracks Recorded & arranged by The Blue Square Guitars on track 2 by Manos Paterakis on track 2 , 9 Vocals on track 3 by Gregg Green Cuts on track 3 by DJ Enthro Vocals on track 4 & 6 by Esterina Guitars on track 4 & 6 by Panos Kalkanas Contrabass on track 4 & 6 by Thodoris Ifantis Drums on track 4 & 6 by Dennis Panagiotidis Vocals on track 7 by Melentini Guitars on Track 7 Vagelis Katsabekis Vocals on track 8 by Phil Diamond Guitar on track 9 by Manos Paterakis Flute on track 10 by Hugo Kant Bass on track 10 by George Ladogiannis Guitars and Bass on track 11 by George Ladogiannis Re-Mastered by Kasablanka Mastering www.facebook.com/KasablankaMastering Front Cover by Frank Moth society6.com/frankmoth Artwork Design by Manolis Chalkiadakis backbonegraphics.com Follow The Blue Square : soundcloud.com/thebluesquare Melting Records © 2016 www.facebook.com/meltingrecs soundcloud.com/melting-records Contact us: [email protected]

  • The Blue Square Feat. Esterina - M3d3a - MR006 (Vinyl 12'' & Digital)
    Melting Records
    03:38
    Triphop
    4,621

    We are proud to present you a compilation of the best tracks of the Athens based Trip Hop duo The Blue Square. Limited ed. 12" vinyl in red or black colour: http://bit.ly/2fo1wbQ All platforms: http://smarturl.it/thebluesquare Conceived in Athens, Greece, The Blue Square is the duo of Radim (Vasilis Sourais) and Radical (Christos Volotas) who have come together with a love of noir atmospheres, old spy films, and dusted, jazzy beats. Since their beginnings in 2010, The Blue Square have been making waves with their explorations into instrumental hip hop, nu-jazz, and trip hop, and earned slots DJ’ing alongside Wax Tailor, ASM - A State Of Mind, Bonobo, and Gramatik. Paul Cheeba of Morcheeba is also a fan, premiering a track by The Blue Square on the widely listened to Trip Hop Nation podcast. The pair’s self-titled debut album – and their first release on vinyl – has been issued by Greek label Melting Records and delivers heaps of cinematic vibes and crucial rhythms. The Blue Square have expressed a desire to create ‘soundtracks for imaginary films’ and their album certainly fits the bill. “Believe’, the opening cut, quickly sets the tone with a heavy lounge feel wrapped in vibraphone melodies, saxophone riffs, and classic beats. “Tic Toc” mashes together a number of styles and sounds, featuring desert guitars, vintage keys, and hip hop vocal drops over some seriously dope drums. “Mama”, with vocalist Esterina, showcases the diversity of the crew, as it’s a deliciously jazzy vocal number that transports the listener to a nostalgic club scene while firmly rooted in its contemporary base. These are just a few highlights from the eleven track album, and the different moods and sounds provide an infectious ‘sonic film’ from The Blue Square’s imagination. Dive in and drift away. credits releases December 15, 2016 All tracks Recorded & arranged by The Blue Square Guitars on track 2 by Manos Paterakis on track 2 , 9 Vocals on track 3 by Gregg Green Cuts on track 3 by DJ Enthro Vocals on track 4 & 6 by Esterina Guitars on track 4 & 6 by Panos Kalkanas Contrabass on track 4 & 6 by Thodoris Ifantis Drums on track 4 & 6 by Dennis Panagiotidis Vocals on track 7 by Melentini Guitars on Track 7 Vagelis Katsabekis Vocals on track 8 by Phil Diamond Guitar on track 9 by Manos Paterakis Flute on track 10 by Hugo Kant Bass on track 10 by George Ladogiannis Guitars and Bass on track 11 by George Ladogiannis Re-Mastered by Kasablanka Mastering www.facebook.com/KasablankaMastering Front Cover by Frank Moth society6.com/frankmoth Artwork Design by Manolis Chalkiadakis backbonegraphics.com Follow The Blue Square : soundcloud.com/thebluesquare Melting Records © 2016 www.facebook.com/meltingrecs soundcloud.com/melting-records Contact us: [email protected]

  • MRE60 / 08.22.2018
    Midnight Rockers Express
    01:07:15
    7,814

    Beastie Boys — "Namaste" (Grand Royal / Capitol, 1992) DJ Shadow — "What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 4)" (Mo’ Wax / A&M, 1996) Jamiroquai — "Didjital Vibrations" (Work / Sony, 1996) Massive Attack — "Five Man Army" 
 (Wild Bunch / Virgin, 1991) UNKLE feat. Richard Ashcroft — "Lonely Soul"
 (Mo’ Wax, 1998) U2 — "Tryin’ to Throw Your Arms Around the World"
 (Island, 1991) The Cure — "Pictures of You" extended dub mix (Elektra, 1990) Finley Quaye — "Even After All"
 (550 / Epic / Sony, 1997) Howie B — "On the Way" (Island, 1996) Group Home — "Up Against the Wall" Getaway Car mix (Payday / FFRR, 1995) DJ Krush feat. Deborah Anderson — "Skin Against Skin" (Mo’ Wax / Sony Japan / A&M, 1997) Tricky feat. Martina Topley-Bird — "Aftermath"
 (4th & Broadway / Island, 1995) 
 DJ Shadow — "Midnight in a Perfect World" (Mo' Wax / A&M, 1996) Massive Attack feat. Tracey Thorn — "Better Things" 
 (Wild Bunch / Virgin, 1994) mixtape 60 compiled by Lee and mixed by Getlive for the Midnight Rockers Express / August 22, 2018

  • Episode 17 - MANIAC Episode - The History Of Trip Hop
    BARELY ABOUT MUSIC
    19:30
    Comedy
    1,584

    It’s another MANIAC episode! This is the Trip-Hop episode! I do a brief history on trip-hop and how it influenced mainstream culture. I also talk about the man in the sauna who asked to sit in my lap. Songs played: Massive Attack - Blue Lines Massive Attack - Teardrop Radiohead - Talk Show Host Tricky - Hell is Round the Corner Portishead - Glory Box Fake Shark - Feel Alive

  • Enola
    Little People
    00:30
    Downtempo
    37
  • Cartouche
    Little People
    00:30
    Downtempo
    32
  • Circle
    Phil France
    00:30
    Acid Jazz
    745
  • Bells
    Phil France
    00:30
    Acid Jazz
    396
  • Circle (Reprise)
    Phil France
    00:30
    Acid Jazz
    623
  • Csay Csay
    Little People
    00:30
    Downtempo
    25
  • River
    Phil France
    00:30
    Acid Jazz
    282
  • The Hour (feat. Leo Wood)
    obylx
    00:30
    Trip Hop
    1,685

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  • Cathedrals
    Phil France
    00:30
    Acid Jazz
    192
  • Hollows
    Cloquet
    00:30
    Trip Hop
    9