Review Summary: They're no Massive Attack, but Trenches makes an effort towards being a good trip.. hop.
Sepiamusic is the project of Michael Miltersen and Erin Chapman, based in Denmark.
They make trip-hop, which is already a saturated genre far away from its classic days of the '90s. Mezzanine it isn't, but a commendable effort since it's not every-other-forgettable-album-since-'98.
Trenches is their debut United States album with 12 tracks overall, and the second album in their discography. The album art is a good pairing - music not as abstract but I think orange is a good color for it. It's a very warm (and slow) album layered like a cake with synths and occasional instrument backing up Erin's vocals. I'm not sure it's safe to eat, but it's good for listening.
Not bad at all.