Fresh off last Tuesday’s release of his 10th studio album, Bristol trip-hop stalwart Tricky makes his return to our pages with another choice cut off the project. Despite its apathy-tinged title, which echoes that of reader-approved lead single Nothing’s Changed, Nothing Matters is considerably higher-energy than the aforementioned jam. Over a driving, syncopated percussion rhythm punctuated by sampled brass stabs, Nigerian-German singer/songwriter Nneka addresses heartbroken, yet defiant lines to an ex. An unknown director’s atmospheric visuals round out the package. For this moody selection and much more, check out False Idols, out now via Tricky’s own label imprint of the same name.
Written by richard on 06/2/13
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