Tricky: Ununiform (False Idols)
Twenty-two years and 13 albums in, Tricky is still living up to his name – a difficult artist to pin down and always the better for it. The smoky-voiced Bristol native here forgoes any notions of genre in favour of sonic and ambient experimentation; it’s both gritty and sophisticated, conjuring up an atmosphere of subterranean nightclubs and gloomy backstreets. For the most part, on tracks like the chilled, clicking...
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