Nick had the opportunity to speak with Jason from A Reason To Love You, a trip-hop focused community of Facebook. While it only covered 10 questions, it was a pretty far ranging and interesting interview. You can read it here.
Trashy beats, Melancholy keys, Sultry vocals :: Trip-hop from West Bend, WI, USA
First impression of Endless Blue is fresh and stylish trip hop, with jazzy and retro influences. Then you listen closer to the lyrics and it’s slit-your-wrists time. Hoo, somebody was hurt bad. The combination is entrancing.
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Comparisons to Portishead are inevitable, but also quite apt, although Hillman fills the role of old school jazz chanteuse much more effectively than Portishead’s Beth Gibbons ever could.