By using a few friends, Andy Dragazis’ semi-kitschy trip-hop outfit Blue States became active in 1997. After playing out for a brief timeframe, Dragazis relocated to Sussex, Britain, and was courted by Memphis Sectors, a label that started issuing his singles. Between 1998 and 1999, five were released, placing the desk for Nothing Adjustments Under the Sunlight, an LP released in 2000. In 2001, Thievery Company certified the record within the U.S. on the Eighteenth Road Lounge Music imprint, adding reward tracks to the initial sequence. Dragazis also offers many remixing credits, including work with Hefner and Terribly Drawn Boy.The sultry, cinematic Guy Hill appeared in fall 2002. The 2004 full-length The Soundings noticed Dragazis as well as the band use more traditional tune buildings, and included the tune Season Tune, which continued to be the title an eye on cult zombie film 28 Days Afterwards. Their 2007 follow-up, First Measures Into…, noticed Dragazis go back to a far more solo-orientated strategy, time for his digital music roots with an increase of open up, expansive soundscapes. 2016’s Restless Spheres followed a similar strategy, and noticed Blue States pull upon some visitor artists, such as for example Swedish vocalist Mayasa, and Toby Jenkins/The Squire of Somerton, and the like.