Based out of Atlanta, Georgia, “the Green” is a trip hop outfit that has released four electronic albums including “Emancipation” in 2006, “Dysnomia” in 2008, “White Bear Balloon” in 2009, and the newly released b-sides EP titled “Rise” in 2011.
(2011 SMP Records)
the Green's fourth release features thier top non-released tracks from the past six years of studio work. Including the live hit "Lounge Fly", the 18 minute "Open Lines", and a hot batch of signature breakbeat and chill out offerings.
White Bear Balloon
(2009 SMP Records)
is the newest offering from Texas based electronic trio 'the Green'. Written, recorded, mixed, and mastered between November 2008 and March 2009 at the groups dual studio locations, this collection of songs continues an evolution in the band's sound and a self-described return to their roots in vocal, piano, and guitar melody. Fused with the trip beat making styles of Santiago, the new music flirts with shades of Portishead, Pink Floyd, and the Doors, while the vocal work of Anne Noel continues to shine through.
(2008 SMP Records)
Released on September 16th, 2008, “Dysnomia” is an EP by electronic/trip hop group “the Green”. Featuring Caribic Vibes, Trip Hop Beats, and Dancehall Rythms, the Green ventured into new territory vocally and structually. The beats are broken up on tracks like “A.W.W.O” and “Prayer for Myanmar”, while dancehall big beats takeover on tracks like “Can You Hear Me?” and “Monk Love”.
(2006 SMP Records)
Released on July 25th, 2006, the Green’s critically acclaimed debut is a 15-song set featuring the award-winning single’s “Never Change” and “The Kyoto Treaty”, along with an array of electronic textures, from acid jazz to funk, dancehall and reggae vibes.
GOA Chillout Zone - Vol.1 (2008 W.O.A Records)
featuring "Never Change" by the Green,
along with music by top world music artists.