The only major flaw in Ritual Spirit is that it’s not an album
What's so good? BBC Radio 1 and 6 Music are well known for their incredible guest programs and mixes, curated and presented by some of the greatest living artists across a myriad genres. This week, they've released a wonderful Bristol...Show More Summary
Massive Attack featuring Tricky “Take It There” It was sad to read a bunch of aggregated news items about this song that didn’t even mention why it’d be significant that Tricky would be on this track. I suppose that even though so much popular and cool music today owes a massive debt to the work […]
Skilled Mechanics LP Comes Days After Massive Attacks Ritual Spirit EP
British trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack have released a new EP, Ritual Spirit, which features the long-awaited return of vocalist Adrian "Tricky" Thaws. Tricky appears on "Take It There," which has been given a harrowing video directed by Hiro Murai and starring Oscar nominee John Hawkes as a haggard man stumbling drunkenly around...
The Video To "Take It There'" Is Directed By Hiro Murai And Features American Actor John Hawkes.
Massive Attack have returned with the four-song Ritual Spirit. The EP, which was first teased on app called Fantom, features Tricky, Young Fathers, Azekel, and Roots Manuva. A second EP, co-produced by Daddy G, is also on its way. Following that, a full-length album sometime in 2016.You can... Continue reading
British trip-hop stalwarts Massive Attack have released a new EP, Ritual Spirit, their first new body of work in five years — unless you count the stuff they released through a “sensory music player” earlier this month. With it, they’ve...Show More Summary
Massive Attack released an iPhone app last week called Fantom, a "sensory music player" that remixes songs using your heartbeat, location, and time of day. Within that app were four new songs from the trip hop vets, which have...
Last week, Bristol trip-hop godfathers Massive Attack dropped their new iPhone app Fantom, which included four brand-new tracks. As it turns out, those tracks make up the whole of Ritual Spirit, the new surprise EP that the group released this morning. The EP includes one collaboration with their old co-conspirator Tricky, as well as tracks […]
The chilling "Take It There" is the first track to surface from a four track EP that features Young Fathers, Roots Manuva and Tricky.
The first in a series of releases the UK outfit has planned for 2016.
What's so good? SURPRISE! Trip-hop legends Massive Attack recently announced a four-track EP, set to be released later this year. But, it's 2016, and by now we should all know very well that silly things like "release dates" and "official...Show More Summary
Last week, Massive Attack launched an iPhone app called Fantom which contained snippets of four songs. They've now released Ritual Spirit, an EP containing all four songs. It features collaborations with Tricky, Young Fathers, Roots Manuva, and Azekel. Show More Summary
What's so good? Arguably the best trip hop group of all time, Massive Attack, have begun to sneakily reveal details of a forthcoming EP via a new app titled Fantom. The app, available on iPhones, is an interactive, user-specific program...Show More Summary
Tracklist confirms collaborations with Tricky, Young Fathers, and Roots Manuva.
As Massive Attack gears up to tour the UK from today, the British trip-hop group has released a digital treat for its fans: an iOS app with brand new material and a cool trick up its sleeve. The free Fantom app contains four tracks from the band’s upcoming EP that you can remix in a variety of ways. Show More Summary
It's been quite a while (2010 to be exact) since Massive Attack dropped an album. But they're back with a new tour and more importantly new music. But instead of just dropping a few singles on Spotify, they've created the trippy Fantom app for iOS that uses your heartbeat, time of day, camera and motion to remix their songs. Show More Summary
Massive Attack just jumped ahead of the curve with a new app called Fantom Sensory Music. It uses your iPhone camera, motion sensors, location data and even the heart rate from your Apple Watch to remix one of four new tracks from the trip-hop collective that hasn’t had an album out since 2010. The app […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)