Miloopa’s sound is influenced by the organic and synthetic sounds

Miloopa’s sound is influenced by the organic and synthetic sounds of different music cultures. Miloopa was named after a popular baby food from the 80s. However, Miloopa isn’t afraid to experiment with new sounds. The debut album NUTRITION FACTS, released in 2005, features guest vocals from Luke Vibert, Kid Koala, and Dj Vadim. Miloopa’s 2006 EP Come’n’get me was packaged in a real meat can!

Miloopa collaborated with Roli Mozimann on the second studio album UNICODE (2008). Credits go to Faith No More (“Album Of The year”), JoJo Mayer & Nerve & The Young Gods & The The, Bjork & Smashing Pumpkins & Einstuerzend Neubauten & New Order & The Swans & Wiseblood, among others. Unicode offers a wide range of sounds including Breakbeat, Dubstep, Jungle, Dubstep, Soul, and Downtempo. The album features guest appearances by Tom Fronza, Ganesh Anandan (percussion) and throat singing.

OPTICA, the third album, was released on 26.11.2011. It breaks down all barriers between pop, rock, soul and electronic music. Miloopa mixes all influences to create its own unique and exciting musical space. Miloopa’s forward thinking is undoubtedly the most noticeable element. Miloopa can go in many directions simultaneously. Band’s focus has been once again on analog instruments that can be used to create modern electronic ideas. Miloopa’s unique, one-of-a-kind studio live sound has been made possible by Roli Mosimann, a Swiss producer. OPTICA has been a platform for new collaborations between abstract hip-hop pioneers Anti Pop Consortium, and Eivind Aarset, norwegian guitarist.

Manuel Hudson

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