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TROPO / Press

“The psychedelic otherworldliness of Tropo’s electronic collages sucks people in to full immersion: The spacey “Stoney Faced Priest into Zoo,” fuses loops of fiery guitar solos and futuristic rhythmic landscapes. “Robot Music,” meanwhile, revolves around a violin riff and a wall of synths that feel as if they’re fabricating a dimension where robots like HAL and Wall-E are learning how to feel. 
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“The "state of change" that is addressed is actually how the band name developed. Putting the musical reference aside, the Greek root, tropo, actually means "change" or "a turning."”

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