Trip-Hop

‘Headz: A Soundtrack Of Experimental Beathead Jams’ (1994) – Various Artists

Along with Ninja Tune, James Lavelle’s Mo’ Wax record label set the standards for refined, forward-thinking instrumental hip-hop during the mid-nineties. Thanks to more affordable forms of music technology, innovation and experimentation in electronic music flourished during this decade giving rise to a proliferation of new genres and sub-genres. In the hip-hop arena, DJs began to branch away from… Continue reading ‘Headz: A Soundtrack Of Experimental Beathead Jams’ (1994) – Various Artists