You know sometimes how you come back to work after a weekend of blissfully not working and things start out great and then quickly it all goes wrong? That’s kind of like what I felt watching this Massive Attack video. At first it was...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Massive Attack, Zero 7, Air Song: Kan Wakan - Molasses (Ft. Elle Olsun) What's so good? Kan Wakan is the alter ego of Bulgarian born, L.A. based artist Gueorgui Linev. His talent is varied and far reaching. A songwriter,...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Brian Eno, Massive Attack, Pacific State Song: The Orb - 5th Dimension What's so good? Prepare for a journey through time, space, and sound design. Audial veterans The Orb have released "5th Dimension," the first offering...Show More Summary
Tricky (formerly of Massive Attack) has announced a North American tour—his first since 2010—in support of his Skilled Mechanics project. He'll tour during October, starting in Los Angeles and ending in Chicago. You can find the full itinerary for his tour below. Tricky released a self-titled album with Skilled Mechanics earlier this year. Show More Summary
Finnish event stands out from US counterparts with Iggy Pop, Massive Attack, and New Order.
I’m on vacation this week. And yet I’m still taking time away from throwing my kids into waves so that I can watch way too many music videos, including that endless Massive Attack one where it’s just Cate Blanchett’s face morphing for 52 years. Never say I don’t do anything for you, and check out […]
One of the stranger narratives in the annals of pop music during the early '90s tells how, in both Britain and the U.S., musical subcultures from culturally marginal cities suddenly burst into prominence to dictate, for a time, the cultural conversation in their respective nations. The similarities between Seattle and ... More »
British trip hop band Massive Attack continues its recent trend of placing intriguing actresses front and center in its music videos. For the six-minute spot accompanying the title track from its new EP The Spoils, filmmaker John Hillcoat (The Road, Lawless) spends the entire running time focused on the expressionless countenance of Cate Blanchett. Show More Summary
The actress appears in the video for the title song of Massive Attack's new album, The Spoils.
Cate Blanchett's face gets creepy in Massive Attack's new video. The Bristol, UK-based trip-hop collective's latest song, "The Spoils," is a brooding, surreal gem with angelic vocals from Hope Sandoval. SEE ALSO: Massive Attack protests Brexit with harsh words and a surprise song John Hillcoat directs the video. Show More Summary
Cate Blanchett stars in the brand new music video for Massive Attack‘s “The Spoils,” featuring Hope Sandoval. The 47-year-old Oscar winning actress’ face becomes warped throughout the video into different forms. You can see the video below. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Cate Blanchett You can check out the song on iTunes if [...]
Veteran UK trip-hoppers Massive Attack have come back strong since debuting their app at the top of the year. They’ve released the stellar Ritual Spirit EP, and several solid one-offs. They’ve also released a steady stream of captivating visuals featuring famous actors to accompany those songs. They’ve already given us clips for “Voodoo In My […]
If Man Ray and Salvador Dalí were still alive and kicking in 2016, we'd like to imagine Massive Attack's new music video for "The Spoils" (featuring Hope Sandoval) would be the result of a collaboration between the two surrealists. The English trip-hop group recruited Cate Blanchett to star in the John Hillcoat–directed video, ... More »
Cate Blanchett appears in the new music video for Massive Attack's "Spoils."
The Road director John Hillcoat helmed the eerie visuals.
Or rather stare at her face for a bit before it gets...weird. Massive Attack has a new song out featuring vocals by Mazzy Star's Hope Sandoval, with a video starring Cate Blanchett, so in the Venn diagram of our interests,...
This is the sort of footage you would see in an alien museum about human life long after planet Earth has been blissfully engulfed by the sun.
Massive Attack’s “The Spoils” was released July 26, and was already noteworthy a. because much of Massive Attack’s new work has been compelling, b. because it featured the wonderfully soporific vocals of Mazzy Star’s Hope Sandoval, and c. because its icy, distant love story is far more than a mere reunion of ’90s greats. (Though the […]
Massive Attack’s recent single “The Spoils” [ft. Hope Sandoval] now has a video. It stars Cate Blanchett, while John Hillcoat—known for helming The Road, Lawless, and the Proposition—directed. The video is an intricately lighted study of Blanchett’s face, which undergoes a slow, unnerving transformation. Show More Summary