|1.||"Hope In The Dark" (3:07)|
|2.||"Green Is The New Red" (8:21)|
|1.||"The Doughnut Is Our Safe Space" (6:48)|
|2.||"Shifting The Overton Window" (5:52)|
|1.||"A Call For Civil Disobedience" (6:00)|
|2.||"Change Starts On The Fringes" (3:35)|
|3.||"Fridays For Future" (4:57)|
|1.||"Ego Versus Eco" (6:29)|
|2.||"Utopia For Realists" (6:50)|
Although he's continued to offer up 12" singles at a steady rate, "Green Is The New Red" is still Tripeo's first album for six years. Featuring nine tracks spread across two slabs of wax, the set sees the experienced techno producer sashay between throbbing modular soundscapes (see the rhythmic but beat-free "Hope In The Dark"), layered deep house drowsiness (the fine title track), melodious deep space electro ("The Doughnut Is Our Safe Space"), Terrence Parker style organ-fired Detroit techno ("Shifting The Overton Window") and a handful of arpeggio-fired workouts tend towards the starry and glassy-eyed. It's a really strong collection of cuts, with enough variety to keep you entertained throughout.
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