Dismaland, Banksy's self-described "bemusement park," emerged secretly and suddenly in August to disorient children and adults alike in the English seaside town of Weston-Super-Mare until September 27. Run the Jewels, Massive Attack, Kate Tempest, Pussy Riot and others performed there, as did two musicians billed simply as "local band." They...
This Will Be Their First New Material Since 2010's 'Heligoland' LP.
Meme-conforming hipsters who were into Massive Attack before it was cool can expel an egotistic half-sigh/half-scoff knowing that the Bristol outfit’s inimitable album Mezzanine will probably never be replicated, despite founder Robert ‘3D’ Del Naja’s best attempts alongside an almost literal queue of guest vocalists. Show More Summary
Massive Attack have announced a major UK/European tour for early 2016 that will have Young Fathers out with them dates are below. The takeaway for other parts of the world: the band say the tour will be in support...
Massive Attack have announced an early 2016 tour. They'll be joined by Young Fathers, and according to a press release, they'll be touring behind new music. Details will be revealed "soon," but it's been confirmed that new Massive Attack...Show More Summary
On Sunday, 25-year-old Slovakian Peter Sagan won the elite men's race at the UCI Road World Championships in Richmond, Virginia, after putting in a massive attack in the finale of the 160-mile contest. Cycling's hottest rider of theShow More Summary
Run the Jewels’ cat-remix album, Meow the Jewels, has finally been released. You can download it for free here. Meow takes the blistering tracks from last year’s RTJ2 and producers like Massive Attack’s 3D, Portishead’s Geoff Barrow, Alchemist, Zola Jesus, Just Blaze, Boots and... Continue reading
Massive Attack were originally slated to headline the last night of festivities at Banksy’s pop-up “bemusement park” Dismaland, but after they pulled out, De La Soul closed out the proceedings with some help from a masked Damon Albarn, who came out to perform their 2005 Gorillaz collaboration “Feel Good Inc.” Watch below; Damon Albarn switches […]
Paul Richard Huard Security, World War II The ultimate weapon in the most deadly war ever? On June 22, 1941, Nazi German launched Operation Barbarossa, a massive attack on the Soviet Union that was the largest invasion in history. More...Show More Summary
YouTube Subscribe // http://bit.ly/1y9NX5r Facebook // http://bit.ly/Mahogany-Facebook Visit Us // http://wearemahogany.com 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
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
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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 […]
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
Evocative artist lampoons Disneyland with his very own "bemusement park."
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
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 […]
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...
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
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