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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 »
Microblogging service Twitter has signed up countless celebrities in recent months, and among them are some of our favorite musical artists: Trent Reznor! Colin Meloy! Ed Droste! Diddy! Stereogum…   Read Story »
By Amrit Singh & Brandon Stosuy On Friday we shook off the early-morning cobwebs and made a beeline to the Pitchfork/Windish Bash in time to catch the last couple tracks by psychedelic post-Vanishing…   Read Story »
No more whispering. There are lots of Tricky quotes floating around regarding the first, markedly sung single from the forthcoming LP. Camp Trick says "Council Estate" is rooted in "twisted…   Read Story »