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Electric Dreams

We rely on harmony — those shifts in frequency and tonality to provide the emotional heart. It’s pretty hard to get nuances of emotion simply through rhythm and percussion.

Matthew Herbert, The Quietus, 2011/10/27


Put your feet up and settle back with The Lip Servicers. If you’re still looking for more, check out recordings by other artists at Tribarac Studio further down the page.

Bring a little joy to your day with the collected musings of The Lip Servicers.
Produced at Tribarac Studio

Ten more tracks from The Lip Servicers.
Produced at Tribarac Studio

In collaboration with The Prime studio in Amsterdam,
Carol Anthony
and Busta Rhymes

From the most delicate melodies to raw mayhem, Pinhole deliver a candy bag of true delights (

Up-tempo Trad from Colin and Carina

Terry Datson is described as having a: Beautiful, flowing, gently grooving music... Simon Napier-Bell

Let Olive and Aiden transport you back to the 1950's

Funk along with Grainne

Mikey B and The Love Kebabs - Doner or Shish, what do you think?


For the benefit of his Old English Sheepdog, Martha, Paul McCartney added an ultrasonic whistle, which only to dogs can hear, to the end of the Fab Four’s monumental A Day in the Life — the closing track on their Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album.