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
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 […]
One of two 3D remixes coming on a limited edition 12-inch.
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
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.
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
Plus, preview Jarre's collaborations with Massive Attack's 3D, Tangerine Dream, and Gesaffelstein.
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 […]
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.
London newcomers count Massive Attack and Portishead as major influences.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that Moscow is concerned about a 'massive attack' on Iran nuclear agreements reached in Lausanne and calls on its P5+1 partners as well as Tehran to prevent speculations on this is...
Most of the America of our fathers has been destroyed. The little shred of right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness is – right now – under massive attack by the powers-that-be. It’s literally the last stand for America. These...Show More Summary
In this week's edition, we've got disco from Berlin, tropical tech from London, a dancefloor-ready Massive Attack cover, some laid-back neurofunk and a swirled-out indie dance number.
There's been lots of talk lately about China's "Great Cannon" -- the DDoS tool that China used to launch a massive attack on GitHub a few weeks ago. Much of the research on this tool was provided by Citizen Lab. That report is great and interesting. Show More Summary
Last night I was bouncing between Coachella's three live-stream channels and landed on the show by British nu-soul collective Jungle, who are justifiably described as Massive Attack meets Brand New Heavies. Jungle has a well-deserved reputation for being a great concert act, so you might enjoy this rendition of this 2014 single, Busy Earnin'. (Especially the percussionist.)
It was nearly two years ago that developer Riverman Media announced The Executive, a game about a corporate CEO whose co-workers turn into werewolves and stage a massive attack against him. Naturally, being a bad-ass corporate CEO, he fights back, and fights back hard. Ok, if that sounds like a crazy premise, remember that Riverman
Premera Blue Cross has become the latest insurance provider to come forward about falling victim to hackers after revealing a massive attack on its systems that could affect millions of consumers. The breach reflects a growing threat against the healthcare … Continue reading ?
The soundtrack for a new documentary about UK tax evasion.