|A1||Onset (Extended Version)||5:35|
|C1||Centre Of Unrest||4:14|
|D1||They Don't Know What They Don't Know||4:26|
|D3||Chlorophyll Drop Shot||3:43|
|5||Centre Of Unrest||4:14|
|8||They Don't Know What They Don't Know||4:26|
|10||Chlorophyll Drop Shot||3:43|
|Lollopy Dripper (CD, Album)||Nonplace||non41||Germany||2015|
|Lollopy Dripper (10×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)||Nonplace||NON41||Germany||2015|
|Lollopy Dripper (CD, Album)||Nonplace||NON41CDJP||Japan||2015|
|Lollopy Dripper (10×File, FLAC, Album, 16-bit 44.1kHz)||Nonplace||none||Germany||2015|
|Lollopy Dripper (CDr, Album, Promo)||Nonplace, Sonic Records (2)||none||Poland||2015|
- Mind bending and incredibly good, reaches out in so many directions and yet it’s all clearly one thing.
- Tipper meets Recloose, meets Sven Kacirek, meets Moritz Von Oswald Trio in what is, as an original approach to production as I've heard, since Prefuse 73 or Shigeto made glitch musical, jazzy and accessible.
The majority of these tracks have an on-the-edge techno quality to them where other artists might drive them into a nervous abrupt frenzy or lose tack and descend into a chaotic displeasing cacophony, here they manage to perpetuate a compelling energy that gradually delivers a Von Oswald style journey through sound.
Lollopy Dripper is a title which perhaps blithely undersells itself. The tracks don't so much lollop as they do an intricate dance where no-one's watching upon feet as light and nimble, and graceful as a tap dancing ballerina... dressed up as Otto von Bismarck (although this is now my own blithe contribution!)
I think the difference here is that I will actually revisit this album gladly for the listening pleasure, where with so many others, they are kept on the shelf out of some sense of referencing, collectionist, rainy-day ethos. My only particular point of criticism is the somewhat absent ending to this interesting LP. Should have gone all out to finish!!