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Album Review

One of the prime architects of the organic grooves later dubbed trip-hop, Nightmares on Wax deserted their early formula in 2002 only when it became respectable and a crossover appeared most likely. With the air cleared of downtempo cash-ins, producer George Evelyn and producer/keyboardist Robin Taylor-Firth went right back to dub-heavy trip-hop with In a Space Outta Sound. Unsurprisingly, Nightmares on Wax remain among the best at constructing simple grooves with endless depths; their only rival is Massive Attack. The centerpiece is "Damn," seven and a half minutes of gently undulating hip-hop courtesy of a reedy Al Hirt sample (familiar from its use by De La Soul) that eventually flowers into an R&B jam with a gospel choir. The other highlight is the hypnotic rocksteady groove of "Flip Ya Lid" with vocals from Ricky Rankin. As with past NoW releases, In a Space Outta Sound boasts an emphasis on sound architecture that requires expensive stereo equipment (or bucket loads of narcotics) to fully appreciate.

Customer Reviews

Spend the 9.99

In the misdst of all the unimaginative over-produced crap out there, this was a welcome 'find'...heard it while hanging in the lounge area on vacation and the vibes on all the tracks seemlessly integrate and help create a cool, chill mood with interest and depth. Def. Worth the price of a glass af wine...enjoy.

Damn...now this is a good listen!!!

Wow...love this - completely chills you out - and a nice variety of melodies - recently got their "Smoker's Delight" CD and that was good, but I like this one is better. All the way through, just a total solid listen with no filler. Perfect for post-party chilling out to, nice casual dinner party with hip friends, great to drive to (totally chilled me out) - just get it...great stuff! Too bad more American's can't get into this stuff instead of awful disposable Top 40 music. This stuff is GREAT!

You need to hear this!

I first heard TheSweetest on KCRW in LosAngeles and I immediately bought it on iTunes. It became in instant classic and something I listen to atleast once a week. Great for chilling at home or trying to chill out from a stressful day at work (something I do often). Take a listen and enjoy!

Biography

Formed: 1988 in Yorkshire, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Originally the combined project of George Evelyn and Kevin "Boywonder" Harper — the latter of whom was eventually replaced by Robin Taylor-Firth — Nightmares on Wax became one of the brightest spots on the post-rave British techno map of the early '90s. NoW's debut album, A Word of Science, was — along with early tracks by LFO, Tuff Little Unit, and Tricky Disco — a crucial bridge between the competing influences of New York house and electro, Detroit techno and soul, London...
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