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British trip-hopper Tricky was recently the subject of a documentary for FACT TV based around his new album Adrian Thaws. In the mini-doc, he talked about his experience collaborating with Damon…   Read Story »
In making the video for "Sun Down," the funereal Tirzah collab from his new album Adrian Thaws, trip-hop godfather Tricky enlisted the help of the actor Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl on The Walking…   Read Story »
Tricky's new album is self-titled, but not in the way you'd expect. Adrian Thaws is Tricky's birth name, but it's also a convenient coincidence that his last name is "Thaws," as many of the songs on…   Read Story »
British trip-hopper Tricky has released another new song from his upcoming album Adrian Thaws. Previously, we've heard "Lonnie Listen" and "Nicotine Love." This one's called "Sun Down" and features…   Read Story »
British trip-hop originator Tricky and New York-based nutball Mykki Blanco belong to two very different generations of rap iconoclasm, but they've come together on "Lonnie Listen," a track from…   Read Story »
Tricky, whose prickly paranoiac throbbing dubbed-out mid-'90s music has aged a lot better than the term "trip-hop," released his last album False Idols just over a year ago, and he's already…   Read Story »
"Nothing's Changed" is the first single from Tricky's new album False Idols. The track is reminiscent of Tricky's early work, which he notes is the direction he's taken for his brand new album: "This…   Read Story »
The first two albums from Bristol trip-hop pioneer Tricky sounded absolutely revolutionary back in the mid-'90s, but after years of diminishing returns (and after being exploded in The Fifth…   Read Story »
Here's a huge, thundering remix of rapper Zebra Katz's "Ima Read" featuring guest spots from Memphis icon Gangsta Boo and electronic music experimenter Tricky. It's from a forthcoming EP of Zebra…   Read Story »
Tricky stars as a boxer who has to throw a fight in this video for "Murder Weapon." The song was originally by Echo Minott. Here Tricky turns up the Peter Gunn bassline and has Franky Riley -- redo…   Read Story »