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Hailing from a place previously sculpted out by the likes of Talvin Singh and Broadcast, Luke Shepherd and Derek O'Sullivan's Mescalito moniker took up where most trip-hop left off, incorporating a blithe Ibizan spirit into the cold breakbeats of Bristol, England. "Rambla" could have been ruthlessly corny, stocked with cabaret act vocals and the slow warping sound of Café del Mar, and yet it was lush and often touching, with plenty of acid jazz, chill-out, and English indie rock elements to go around, making for a less obvious take on Groove Armada's "At the River." The rest never reached such a high point, but One Path in a Million remained a flawed, endearing debut of warm downtempo upgrowth.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

Luke Shepherd and Derek O'Sullivan formed the gentle nu-jazz trip-hop outfit Mescalito in the early '90s and aligned themselves with a conflict of styles well known from the increasingly eclectic wave of second-generation chill-out. After a chance encounter at the Henley Regatta and an almost annual series of personal relocations which took the band from Bournemouth to London and finally to Shoreditch, Mescalito secured a deal with Tummy Touch Records (Tim "Love" Lee, Leo Young, Groove Armada). The...
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One Path In a Million, Mescalito
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  • 7,92 €
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: 04 September 2000

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