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. 

“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."”