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About The Avalanches

This collective of DJs and musicians takes the best of both downtempo and scratch DJ styles and introduces a new, celebratory sound in Trip-Hop. Behind Robbie Chater and Darrin Seltmann, the group released the "El Producto" EP in 1997 and, while fine-tuning their live sets, they released the eighteen-track "Since I Left You" in 2000 (which didn't gain popularity until late 2001). The Avalanches had a few brushes with the mainstream, such as opening for the Beastie Boys and getting permission from Madonna to sample "Holiday" for their tasteful "Stay Another Season" track.

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Listen toThe Avalancheson Napster

This collective of DJs and musicians takes the best of both downtempo and scratch DJ styles and introduces a new, celebratory sound in Trip-Hop. Behind Robbie Chater and Darrin Seltmann, the group released the "El Producto" EP in 1997 and, while fine-tuning their live sets, they released the eighteen-track "Since I Left You" in 2000 (which didn't gain popularity until late 2001). The Avalanches had a few brushes with the mainstream, such as opening for the Beastie Boys and getting permission from Madonna to sample "Holiday" for their tasteful "Stay Another Season" track.

About The Avalanches

This collective of DJs and musicians takes the best of both downtempo and scratch DJ styles and introduces a new, celebratory sound in Trip-Hop. Behind Robbie Chater and Darrin Seltmann, the group released the "El Producto" EP in 1997 and, while fine-tuning their live sets, they released the eighteen-track "Since I Left You" in 2000 (which didn't gain popularity until late 2001). The Avalanches had a few brushes with the mainstream, such as opening for the Beastie Boys and getting permission from Madonna to sample "Holiday" for their tasteful "Stay Another Season" track.

About The Avalanches

This collective of DJs and musicians takes the best of both downtempo and scratch DJ styles and introduces a new, celebratory sound in Trip-Hop. Behind Robbie Chater and Darrin Seltmann, the group released the "El Producto" EP in 1997 and, while fine-tuning their live sets, they released the eighteen-track "Since I Left You" in 2000 (which didn't gain popularity until late 2001). The Avalanches had a few brushes with the mainstream, such as opening for the Beastie Boys and getting permission from Madonna to sample "Holiday" for their tasteful "Stay Another Season" track.