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    Default Anybody a GLITCH HOP expert?

    Recommend me some killer glitch hop. One of my local dj's spins it and it's too fun.

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    Atmosphere

    People Under the Stairs

    Deltron

    ...those are a few I really like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exokinetic View Post
    Atmosphere

    People Under the Stairs

    Deltron

    ...those are a few I really like.
    Huh?

    I second Kraddy, thats a great jumping off point. Glitch Mob is to some degree a large part of what brought glitch into the mainstream. Their Pandora station is interesting and can point you in the right direction.

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    If you just said Huh? to those three artist you do NOT know trip hop...

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    Quote Originally Posted by exokinetic View Post
    If you just said Huh? to those three artist you do NOT know trip hop...
    Chap, think theres a typo - thread title says 'Trip Hop', OP asks for Glitch Hop.

    D'oh!

    and as for knowing Trip Hop - I live in St Pauls in Bristol about a mile from where the Dug Out Club was ...

    (and tbh, I'd say that Deltron is more hip-hop than trip hop, especially Deltron 3030, and Atmosphere is more concious hip-hop though admittedly the genre 'lines' get blurry around that end of things

    The classics of trip hop are Massive Attack/Portishead/Tricky Bristolian triumvirate. Then I suppose there's things like Alpha, Earthling, Colossus, Aim maybe ...
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    so are you looking for trip hop or glitch hop?
    they aren't the same thing.


    there's a beginners guide to glitchhop sticky @ glitchhopforum.com you should check out if that's what your after.

    a little foggy on the trip hop tip, i used to be really into it but haven't followed that scene for awhile... ninjatune records used to put out a lot of good stuff like that. i don't know who's pushing those sounds anymore, i imagine it's gone totally underground.

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    bonobo, rjd2, massive attack, thievery corp, the herbaliser, dj krush, fat jon, portishead,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gr0wTesK View Post
    bonobo, rjd2, massive attack, thievery corp, the herbaliser, dj krush, fat jon, portishead,
    Good calls.
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