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Album Review

Having helped establish Ollie Jacobs' Memphis Industries imprint as a purveyor of outstanding cinematica, Andy Dragazis followed his widely licensed Nothing Changes Under the Sun debut with a second long-player effort for none other than XL. The resultant 12 tracks are nothing short of astonishing, with Ty Bulmer adding a final vocal flourish to some magnificent music. Lazy labeling is best left alone, as Dragazis has succeeded in creating something of his own, as far from the widely prescribed but hard to pin down "chill-out" tag as it could be, a place where studio-tech trickery and earthly instrumentation collide with what is best described as cinematic majesty.

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

With the help of a couple friends, Andy Dragazis' semi-kitschy trip-hop outfit Blue States became active in 1997. After playing out for a short amount of time, Dragazis relocated to Sussex, England, and was courted by Memphis Industries, a label that began issuing his singles. Between 1998 and 1999, five were released, setting the table for Nothing Changes Under the Sun, an LP released in 2000. In 2001, Thievery Corporation licensed the record in the U.S. on their Eighteenth Street Lounge Music imprint,...
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