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Breezy jazz-funk, a little bit of disco, and porn soundtracks inform Tim "Love" Lee's debut, all produced with a variety of late-'70s and early-'80s B-movie soundtrack staples like cheap synthesizers, sarod, bongos, vocoder and vibes. The only concessions to the '90s are the beats — edgy, well-programmed and just enough of a presence to lift Confessions of a Selector above the many stale trip-hop and nu-disco albums released around the same time.

Biography

Born: 19 January 1970 in Cambridge, England

Genre: Electronic

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

A trip-hop producer who also appears influenced by the smarmier side of Italian soft-porn soundtracks and the singles-bar scene, Tim "Love" Lee formed his own Peace Feast and Tummy Touch labels in 1996 to release tracks by Groove Armada, Waxploitation and his own name. Singles like "Again Son," "Ruffbut" and "Nu Pholk Sound" treated trip-hop with an earthy edge. "Badder Bongo" was the trailer for his first LP, Confessions of a Selector, which was released in Britain in 1998. An American...
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