- Barby, 52 Derech Kibuts Galuyot, Tel Aviv
- South Tel Aviv
- February 26, 2015
- 8:30 pm
- 192-209 NIS
- TAGS: Past Events
Barby is the place to be February 26, 2015, as legendary rapper and musical artist Tricky, previously of the UK’s iconic Massive Attack, takes the stage to drop his unique trip-hop sound on Tel Aviv.
Tricky, born Adrian Nicholas Matthew Thaws, rose from humble roots and an early life of crime to first become a key contributor to the on Massive Attack’s debut album, Blue Lines, and from there went on to become an acclaimed musician in his own right with his first solo album Maxinquaye in 1995.
The album reached number 3 in the UK charts and gold status as critics hailed Tricky for for creating a unique sound inspired by reggae, hip hop, soul and 80s British rock.
Following the massive Maxinquaye, Tricky took a harder sound and released 10 more LPs, most recently 2014’s Adrian Thaws. Despite never reaching the same commercial success as his debut, later releases such as Nearly God, Knowle West Boy, and False Idols, have been hailed for their influence on Britain’s alternative music.
Aside from his impressive solo work and time with Massive Attack, Tricky has worked with artists like Beyoncé, Bjork, PJ Harvey and members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, among others.
Tickets are available through the Barby website.
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