"In those days, when big-bit/Big Beat manifested only mysterious luster
in the eyes of Norman «Fatboy Slim» Cook talked a lot about trip-hop.
British relative of hip-hop, which is subject to frequent changes of mood -
from bad to depressive, stood on the edge of the dance floor in baggy trousers,
inhaling huge shoals and talking about how he hung out with
Beastie Boys in New York.
Twenty-four, James Lavelle / James Lavelle instant dislike to this
term, and still his face distorted grimace each time he he
hearing. But the merits Lavella indisputable. The phrase ""trip-hop"" was coined
with a light hand of a journalist who wrote an article about Mo'Wax (label, created
James) for the magazine Mixmag.
Starting with the acid-jazz and avant-garde hip-hop in 1992, Mo'Wax developed
new style, winning recognition for the diffusion of musical genres and styles,
about the connection that if no one has yet thought of. Musicians who worked with
Lavello were able to combine elements of jazz, instrumental hip-hop,
techno and drum and bass, so far escaping the limits of categorization and
genres of music that created a new style.
The secret of success Mo'Wax - not just a good time and love for music Massive
Attack. James Lavelle always knew that behind the winged words ""rap -
it is the business of hip-hop - it is a culture." read more on Unkle Discography