Electronic ambient duo The Thievery Corporation are in Luxembourg to promote their latest, dub and reggae inspired album.
Rob Garza and Eric Hilton make the sort of cool eclectic ambient music that you just know will be featured on film soundtracks and in advertising campaigns. Their second album, “The Mirror Conspiracy”, is a skilful exercise in style that Pitchfork called “the soundtrack your mediated soul requires”.
The band released its new album, “The Temple of I and I”, in February. The Wall Street Journal says the new record “goes back to the sonic roots of the duo's two-decade career and percolates with dub and reggae.” Indeed, the album features rap vocals from Kingston MC Racquel Jones on two tracks.