The sounds that Ree-Vo weave through their debut album are eclectic, diverse and representative of their home city of Bristol, UK. In the eighties and nineties, this city was famous around the world for a sound that became known as trip-hop and the city and its scene reached its zenith with icons such as Portishead, Massive Attack and Tricky. At least that was how the mainstream might perceive it.

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