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  • Banksy's Walled Off Hotel in West Bank to feature exclusive music

    Banksy's Walled Off Hotel in West Bank to feature exclusive music

    Two years after the grand opening of Dismaland, Banksy is back with another dystopian attraction, this time a hotel. The Walled Off Hotel, which proudly boasts the “worst view of any hotel in the world," sits over the wall separating Palestine from Israel in the West Bank in Bethlehem. According to...
  • Watch: Aurora's phenomenal cover of Massive Attack's 'Teardrop'

    Watch: Aurora's phenomenal cover of Massive Attack's 'Teardrop'

    In recent months, Australian radio station triple j has produced some incredible live performances as part of its ongoing Like A Cover series. In Dec. EDM superstar Flume, rapper Vince Staples and singer and producer Kučka teamed up for a highly enjoyable cover of Ghost City DJ’s old school hip hop...
  • Massive Attack officially unveils new single 'Dear Friend'

    Massive Attack officially unveils new single 'Dear Friend'

    Massive Attack previewed their newest single last month on their "Fantom" app, but now it's official: "Dear Friend," featuring spoken word performer James Massiah, is on its way to music fans. The single will first be available as a limited 12" release to audiences attending Massive Attack's concert...
  • Eurail Pass: Take the train to Europe’s summer music festivals

    Eurail Pass: Take the train to Europe’s summer music festivals

    There was a time when the thought of backpacking across Europe meant hitchhiking and standing by the roadside for untold hours with your thumb in the air. And while that is still an option, it is much more fun and practical to travel by train, something that can also be economical with the use of a...
  • WiseProof

    Review of new track 'Scuse Me' by WiseProof

    New track “Scuse Me” by hip hop artist WiseProof is very radio friendly but lacks originality like most modern rap music. The song is good and very cool to listen, but, in the end, it is just another rap song that sounds like any other. The song "Scuse Me" is an introspective journey of the artist...
  • Performer profile on Una

    Performer profile on Una

    Una is a downtempo electronic band that consists of Jennifer Nice, Eddie Barajas, and Richard Larson. The band was rooted from another Los Angeles trio called Elephonic, who share members Barajas and Nice. Larsen, coming from the Chicago electric music scene, decided to record Nice after hearing her...
  • Massive Attack working on new album

    Massive Attack's 10 best songs

    Massive Attack has quite a history in the music world, and is probably one of the most underrated bands as well. Their music has been called “trip-hop” which is a type of dance music that has a slow tempo and combines reggae and hip-hop. The sound has a more dreamlike ambient feel. Their music is...
  • Performer profile of Massive Attack

    Performer profile of Massive Attack

    Massive Attack is an English electronic group that was started in 1988 and currently consist of Robert “D” Del Naja, or known as D, and Grant Daddy “G” Marshall, or known as G. The group has won several awards in their career including a Brit Award for Best British Dance Act and two MTV Europe Music...
  • Massive Attack's 'Paradise Circus': a song analysis

    Massive Attack's 'Paradise Circus': a song analysis

    “Paradise Circus” is a song off of Massive Attack’s fifth album, 2010’s Heligoland. The song features the sensual vocals of Mazzy Star’s Hope Sandoval. The music video for this song begins with an old woman saying how at first she had a hard time becoming a prostitute and “manufacturing excitement...
  • Thom Yorke and Robert Del Naja of Massive Attack share free documentary score

    Thom Yorke and Robert Del Naja of Massive Attack share free documentary score

    On Wednesday, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke and Massive Attack producer Robert Del Naja shared their collaborative score for the documentary “The UK Gold” through the website UK Uncut. The new 12-song collection features collaborations with Yorke’s Radiohead bandmate (and noted film composer) Jonny...
  • Treasure Island Music Festival's must-see electronic acts of Day 2

    Treasure Island Music Festival's must-see electronic acts of Day 2

    San Francisco’s best music festival returns for its seventh year in a row. This year’s Treasure Island Music Festival (TIMF) is headlined by Zedd, Outkast, and Massive Attack, and has an amazing diverse undercard with acts from artists such as Washed Out, Alt-J, and Janelle Monae. For 2014, TIMF is...
  • TV on the Radio announce tour, share 'Happy Idiot,' first 'Seeds' single

    TV on the Radio announce tour, share 'Happy Idiot,' first 'Seeds' single

    TV on the Radio, one of the most critically acclaimed indie bands of the past 10 years, announced details surrounding their highly anticipated new album “Seeds” on Tuesday, and revealed their first batch of tour dates in support of the album. According to a press release, “Seeds” will be out on Nov...
  • Tricky announces 11th album, reveals new single

    Tricky announces 11th album, reveals new single

    Massive Attack birthed more than just two albums into Rolling Stone’s list of 500 Greatest Albums of All Time; during the iconic trip-hop group’s evolution from sound system to full-blown, force-to-be-reckoned-with mega band, they absorbed the talents of one “Tricky Kid.” The inscrutably named...
  • Treasure Island Music Fest unveils lineup; Outkast, Massive Attack to headline

    Treasure Island Music Fest unveils lineup; Outkast, Massive Attack to headline

    Breathe easy, Bay Area: Outkast will be coming to town after all. The Treasure Island Music Festival announced its lineup on Tuesday and the eighth iteration of the festival will feature Outkast and Massive Attack as headliners. Promising to be “the most intimate festival to see Outkast headline...
  • Burial's 'Rival Dealer' used as soundtrack to short film

    Burial's 'Rival Dealer' used as soundtrack to short film

    Burial is the artistic handle of one William Emmanuel Bevan. The dubstep/ambient/house musician has been an electronic music pioneer for nearly a decade. His eponymous debut was named 2006’s album of the year by The Wire magazine and his second album, “Untrue,” was ranked by Metacritic—the critique...
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