Right now, the veteran BBC Radio 1 host Pete Tong is hitting big venues with his Nostalgia Nightmare Roadshow tour. At his shows, Tong, with a huge orchestra and singer Jules Buckley with him, covers classic dance-music tracks from people like Moby, Fatboy Slim, and Daft Punk. At some of those shows, he's also done…
Sounds like: Tears for Fears, Massive Attack, Hot Chip What's so good? Notoriously elusive, the guys from Pale built up a following several years ago with a well-received EP before seeming to disappear off the face of the earth. ButShow More Summary
Rep. Mike Kelly, R-Pa., joined The Daily Signal’s Genevieve Wood to discuss the American Civil Liberties Union’s attack on religious adoption centers and explain the Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act, a bill he is sponsoring. Below is an edited transcript of the interview. Wood: November is National Adoption Awareness Month and you have legislation you’ve […]
Leaders and residents in the Sinai Peninsula had been intimidated and threatened by terrorists before the massive attack.
Yesterday, we gave a round-up of Hong Kong’s Clockenflap Music and Arts Festival, and today we take a look at what the attendees wore to the three-day event. Massive Attack, Stormzy, Cashmere Cat, FEIST, The Prodigy and Young Fathers were amongst the acts which performed at an event that has become Hong Kong’s biggest music festival. Show More Summary
Following last year’s roundup of Clockenflap, we now have a recap of Hong Kong’s annual music and arts festival that took place this past weekend. With a bevy of favorites like Cashmere Cat, FEIST, Massive Attack, Mitski, Onra, Stormzy, Supper Moment, The Prodigy & Tokimonsta and Young Fathers performing at the three-day event, other notable […]
Sounds like: Banks, Massive Attack Song: ID3 - Blossom (Ft. LaMeduza) What's so good? British solo act ID3's debut album dropped earlier this week and lead track "Blossom" is a hypnotizing and sultry sonic journey. If you're wondering...Show More Summary
The original trinity of acts gathered in Bristol in the early ’90s and later unwillingly grouped together under the name of “trip-hop” were hardly put together by chance. Though the sounds of Massive Attack, Tricky, and Portishead could never be mistaken for one another, the trio had plenty in common: ... More »
Sounds like: Phantogram, Massive Attack, Xenoula Song: Turtle - Blood Type (Ft. Eliza Shaddad) What's so good? Turtle's single, "Blood Type" is a dizzying and dazzling composition of lush synths and loops. Its dark and heavy bass are balanced out by Eliza Shaddad's shimmering vocals. Show More Summary
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Police put up scores of roadblocks across northeast Spain on Sunday in hopes of capturing a fugitive suspect from the 12-member Islamic extremist cell that staged two vehicle attacks and plotted much deadlier carnage using explosives favored by Islamic State militants.
A massive manhunt is underway in northeastern Spain.
Sounds like: Massive Attack, Portishead, Dj Shadow Song: New Mantra - Under What's so good? UK producer New Mantra has returned with moody new single "Under." Having sporadically dropped a few singles and an EP over the past couple years,...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Four Tet, Massive Attack vs. Burial, Actress Song: Mønic - Deep Summer (Burial Remix) What's so good? Has SoundCloud made me too impatient with music? As clips seem to get shorter, I’m hesitant to check out tracks longer...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Massive Attack, Young Fathers, Tricky, Roots Manuva What's so good? Ghostpoet's new single "Freakshow" is the kind of track that revels in simplicity and repetition. Those two words usually carry rather negative connotations, and often indicate something mundane or boring, so let me be clear: that's not what I mean. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Massive Attack, Cinematic Orchestra, Zero 7 Song: Kan Wakan - Phantasmagoria Pt. 1 (Ft. Elle Olsun) What's so good? Sit back and relax. Preferably with some headphones on, because Kan Wakan's new track is about to take you on a journey. The instrumentation on "Phantasmagoria Pt. Show More Summary
Algiers released their sophomore album, The Underside Of Power, just last week, and they've wasted no time getting back in the studio. Today the band announced via Facebook that they're working with Massive Attack. Check out a photo of them in Bristol below.
The cyberattack is moving quickly, locking down systems at an alarming rate.
An unguarded moment in an interview has renewed speculation over one of contemporary art's great mysteries -- could elusive graffiti activist Banksy be Robert Del Naja of band Massive Attack? Goldie, a well-known DJ who was a friendShow More Summary
The whole “Who’s Banksy” mystery is kinda played out at this point — in 2017, we’re more interested in mysteries like “Hey, where did our healthcare go?” — but nevertheless, the question of the identity of the shadowy graffiti artist has been nagging at the world for the best part of 20 years. The best/most-intriguing theory […]
One of the prevailing theories about the identity of anonymous prankster artist Banksy is that he is actually Robert Del Naja, aka 3D from Massive Attack. This theory may have been accidentally confirmed by fellow musician Goldie... Continue reading…