Gregory Johnson of Acoustic Labs plays a beautiful acoustic cover of Massive Attack's downtempo classic "Teardrop." Original version below.
They predict such a massive attack that no one will be safe from harm.
by John Herrman Does this sound a little bit like Massive Attack? It would be well within the regulations of tribute and nostalgia: "Teardrop" came out in 1998. The rest of the album, which is slow and lush and worth a listen, brings to mind The Notwist's Neon Golden, which came out just two years later. Show More Summary
Also known as “Nameless Suede”, an “ex knucklehead turned prophet.” Influenced by Stereolab, Cannibal Ox and Massive Attack. Shout outs to Al Jazeera, Johnny Rotten, Bronies. Hallucinatory vibes. Sober thoughts. BAGPIPES. Love songs to significant opposites. “We go together like ice cream and propane We go together like Pocahontas and John Wayne We go together like Michael […]
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Hackers have reportedly begun targeting iCloud users in mainland China, utilizing a so-called "man-in-the-middle" approach in an attempt to steal user information, with one group accusing the Chinese government itself of perpetrating the attack.
Sounds like: London Grammar, Massive Attack, Florence + The Machine Song: Vaults - Vultures What's so good? London trio Vaults have only been around for a little over a year, but they sure hit the ground running: their first three singles...Show More Summary
Congratulations to Boing Boing reader Gary Theut (elDetroit) who won our annual Treasure Island Music Festival haiku contest! On October 18-19 Gary will see Massive Attack (video above), Outkast, Alt-J, TV On The Radio, Janelle Monáe, and a dozen other acts on Treasure Island overlooking the San Francisco Bay. Read the rest
The New Pornographers (video above) is just one of two dozen acts the winner of our haiku contest will see at San Francisco's Treasure Island Music Festival taking place October 18 and 19. Also performing are Massive Attack, Outkast, Alt-J, TV On The Radio, Janelle Monáe, Chet Fake, The Growlers and many more. Show More Summary
British trip-hopper Tricky was recently the subject of a documentary for FACT TV based around his new album Adrian Thaws. In the mini-doc, he talked about his experience collaborating with Damon Albarn, who he worked with for a song on 1996?s Nearly God that was never released. “I wouldn’t work with Damon Albarn again,” he [...]
Want free VIP tickets Boing Boing's favorite annual music event, San Francisco's Treasure Island Music Festival on October 18-19? This year's stellar line-up includes Massive Attack, Outkast, Alt-J, The New Pornographers, TV On The Radio, Janelle Monáe, Cathedrals, and a dozen other performances. Read the rest
OutKast, Massive Attack, Alt-J, TV on the Radio, and more. For free.
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Sounds like: Portishead, Massive Attack, DJ Shadow Song: Tricky - Sun Down (Ft. Tirzah) What's so good? Tricky is an artist who, in my opinion, is about as under-appreciated as they come. A core member of The Wild Bunch, the undisputed...Show More Summary
Over the last two months, as Israel first cracked down on the West Bank and then launched a massive attack decimating the Gaza Strip, The New York Times has come under repeated and justified criticism, notwithstanding some occasional good reporting from Gaza. That criticism has focused on The Times bias and double standards, downplaying of Israeli attacks, and tendency
BY OCCUPY THE DISCO / JOSH APPELBAUM Triphop is an often-forgotten subgenre of dance music that fuses breakbeats, soul, funk, and jazz influences. Artists like Massive Attack and Tricky have established careers by infusing this genre into their production for...
Reports are beginning to surface that tell a horrifying story of a near miss for the state of Israel. The Palestinians have been using billions in aid money to build their terror tunnel network for a massive attack they started … Continue reading ?
Byblos, Lebanon – Influential British band Massive Attack dedicated their only Middle East gig to the children of Gaza, openly condemning Israel’s “massacre” of the Palestinians. As the band played in Byblos, in Lebanon, just a few hundred...Show More Summary
by Jia Tolentino This is a good, weird, ghostly, flower-child forest of a pop song: some Joanna Newsom angles against a vaguely monkish, Massive Attack pulse. If you like it, check out Ainsworth's strange, aggressively choreographed, mesmerizing video for "Malachite." 0 Comments