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Sunday Night Jam: Shlomo and the Vocal Orchestra Perform Massive Attack's "Teardrop"

YouTube Subscribe // Facebook // Visit Us // Shlomo and the Vocal Orchestra perform Massive Attack's 'Teardrop' for Mahogany at Wilderness Festival. Mahogany strives to deliver amazing music to your eyes and ears, as often as possible. Show More Summary

Spear phishers with suspected ties to Russian government spoof fake EFF domain, attack White House

5 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

The spear-phishing attempt appears to be part of "Pawn Storm," a massive attack that's been underway across the net for more than a month, and involved a rare zero-day (previously unknown) Java exploit. Read the rest

Music of Banksy's Dismaland 'theme park': Run the Jewels, Kate Tempest, Massive Attack

Jackson Pollock listened to jazz records while composing his drip paintings. Pablo Picasso designed sets for Igor Stravinsky and Erik Satie. Jean-Michel Basquiat ran wild through post-disco New York City making rap-inspired visual art and music.

Banksy Announces Dismaland “Bemusement Park” With Run The Jewels, Savages, Massive Attack, & More

Banksy’s latest art installation will take the form of an amusement park — dubbed the Dismaland “bemusement park” — in Weston, England. The exhibition will take place in the former Tropicana outdoor swimming pool in the town, and will run for five weeks and feature a number of new Banksy originals. “I loved the Tropicana […]

Banksy to Launch "Bemusement Park" With Run the Jewels, Savages, Massive Attack, Pussy Riot, More

Photo via Banksy Dismaland's Facebook Banksy will mark the launch of his very own "bemusement park" in Weston-super-Mare, London, with a series of live performances, NME reports. Dismaland's musical entertainment begins on August 28, with DJ Yoda and Peanut Butter Wolf performing alongside Breakbeat Lou. Show More Summary

[New Books] Charting the Massive Visual History of Massive Attack

3D in front of 'Everlasting Art' at St Pauls, Bristol, 1986 Massive Attack are a group know for their era-defining albums (Blue Lines, Protection), soundtracking your favorite festivals, and, of course, the misty-eyed, soulful club classic, "Unfinished Sympathy." But one of their members, Robert del Naja a.k.a. Show More Summary

Jean-Michel Jarre Teams With John Carpenter For Collaboration Track

On October 16th, French electronic artist Jean-Michel Jarre is going to release E-Project, an album featuring tons of incredible collaborations with artists such as Vince Clarke (Depeche Mode), 3D (Massive Attack), Tangerine Dream, M83, Armin Van Buuren, and more. Now, today we find out that one of the tracks will feature none other than horror […]

Robert Plant expands tour, adds 2nd NYC-area show; more Led Zeppelin reissues out this week

photo: Robert Plant at Sasquatch 2015 (more by Debi Del Grande) Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant and his band The Sensational Space Shifters (featuring members of Massive Attack and Portishead) already announced some tour dates back in June, and they've since...

Meow The Jewels Adds Massive Attack, Should Be Out In September

Last week, Run The Jewels debuted the Boots-produced “Meowrly,” the surprisingly listenable first song from their gloriously bonkers Meow The Jewels remix project. They assembled an impressive lineup of big-name talent to help out with...Show More Summary

Meow the Jewels Update: Massive Attack Added, September Release Plotted

Photo by Matt Lief Anderson This afternoon on Twitter, El-P shared a few more details about Meow the Jewels, the Kickstarter-funded project that remixes last year's Run the Jewels 2 using cat noises. He said it'll receive a free digital release along with a limited edition vinyl release, and that it'll be available on streaming services. Show More Summary

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – “The Right Stuff (3D Remix – Version 1)”

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

It’s always nice to see ’90s icons get together. Robert “3D” Del Naja is the sole remaining original member of Massive Attack, and he’s recently recorded a couple of remixes of “The Right Stuff,” a track from the recent Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds album Chasing Yesterday. Both versions of the song will be on […]

Moon & Pollution - Alter Eagle

Sounds like: Massive Attack, Poliça, M83 Song: Moon & Pollution - Alter Eagle What's so good? Experimental and exciting, this is a smooth and completely seductive track from a Minneapolis duo that I've just fallen in love with. MoonShow More Summary

Unfinished Sympathy: The Story of Massive Attack, Bristol and Trip Hop

3 months agoMusic / Dance & DJ : DJ TechTools

The term is loathed by legends of the genre, but its existence is undeniable. Trip hop, the Bristol sound, was born sometime in the late 80s, right off the heels of the Summer of Love. While American hip hop and dance music was getting big, something darker was brewing in the south of England.

Voces8 - vocal quality and distinctive style

3 months agoMusic / Classical : Planet Hugill

Gjeilo, Tallis, Massive Attack, Tavener, Allegri, Esenvalds, Dubra, Hawes, Rachmaninov, Lauridsen, Folds, Todd, Mealor; Voces8, Christian Forshaw, Matthew Sharp; DECCA Reviewed by Robert Hugill on May 5 2015 Star rating: 3.5 CentredShow More Summary

M83 guests on new Jean-Michel Jarre single “Glory” — listen

Plus, preview Jarre's collaborations with Massive Attack's 3D, Tangerine Dream, and Gesaffelstein.

Artist Plays Fruits and Vegetables to Cover the 1998 Song ‘Teardrop’ by Massive Attack

4 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Brooklyn-based remixer and visual artist j.viewz hooked up mushrooms, eggplants, strawberries, a carrot, and other foods to a Makey Makey, assigning each bit of food to a different sound, to make a cover of Massive Attack‘s 1998 song “Teardrop.” Check out our 2012 post about Makey Makey to learn how it works. The original song […]

Punk in a funk

Look up Tracey Thorn’s live performances with Everything But The Girl or Massive Attack on You Tube and you’ll find the comments posted beneath it full of praise for the… Read more The post Punk in a funk appeared first on The Spectator.

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