Posts Tagged ‘Massive Attack’

PHOTOS: Massive Attack, Live at the Greek Theatre

October 24th, 2014
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Robert “3D” Del Naja and Grant “Daddy G” Marshall of Massive Attack played a sold out show at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on October 16th. They were joined onstage by vocalist Martina Topley-Bird and Tunde Adebimpe of TV on the Radio (not pictured). Read more…

By Sharon Alagna Posted in Reviews, Show Reviews

WATCH: Massive Attack And TV On The Radio Perform “Pray For Rain” For The First Time

October 17th, 2014
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For the first time since its 2010 release, Massive Attack and Tunde Adebimpe, from TV On The Radio, performed “Pray For Rain” live.

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Massive Attack New Album In The Works

July 2nd, 2014
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Before their headlining appearance at Glastonbury, Massive Attack sat down with Gigwise to discuss what’s in the works for their next album. One half of the Brit duo, graffiti-artist-turned-rapper Robert Del Naja, aka 3D, discussed the long-awaited material saying, “To be honest there’s a whole album of new material sitting in a studio at the moment which isn’t finished and hasn’t been played at all yet.” Read more…

By Emily Clark Posted in News

Treasure Island Music Festival Announces 2014 Lineup Including Outkast, Massive Attack and alt-J

June 17th, 2014
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If you haven’t had a chance to catch Andre 3000 and Big Boi at any number of their reunion festival shows, well you are in luck. The 2014 Treasure Island Music Festival has just announced their lineup, and Outkast will be headlining as one of their last shows of the year. Read more…

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Corona Capital Announces 2014 Lineup Including Jack White, Massive Attack and Beck

June 2nd, 2014
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A truly impressive lineup has just been announced for Mexico City’s Corona Capital festival this October, with headliners Kings of Leon and Jack White leading the way.
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Interview: Neil Davidge on Slo Light, The West Wing and the Magic of Music

January 30th, 2014
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Award winning record producer, songwriter, musician and scorer, Neil Davidge, goes “solo” on his new album, Slo Light, to be released on February 25th. With collaborations with some of the most talented up-and-coming artists, including Stephonik Youth, Karima Francis and Cate le Bon, the album offers a fantastic track list that’s sure to blow you away. mxdwn had the pleasure to take a first listen to the new album and chat with the wonderful Neil about his inspirations, the magic of music and the honor of having a song featured on the West Wing.
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Sonar Announce 2014 Lineup Featuring Massive Attack, Four Tet, Moderat and More

December 16th, 2013
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Sónar Barcelona has just announced its initial lineup for next year’s festival, and the first 25 artists give a pretty good indicator the 2014 installment will rank with the best.
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Massive Attack Producer Neil Davidge Announces First Solo Album Slo Light For February 2014 Release

October 29th, 2013
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Neil Davidge, known for his work with Massive Attack as well as video game composition, has announced his first solo venture, Slo Light, to be released in February of 2014.

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Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja Releases New Song with Jupiter Bokonjdi “3D on Jupiter”

October 17th, 2013
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In 2007 Massive Attack co-founder Robert Del Naja ventured to the Congo with Damon Albarn’s Africa Express project, and as heard in Del Naja’s new track “3D on Jupiter”, he remains heavily influenced by the trip.
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Massive Attack V Adam Curtis

October 4th, 2013
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The Seventh Regiment Armory is an imposing red-brick Gothic Revival fortress looming over New York’s storied Park Avenue. Built in 1880, it once served as militia headquarters, but in 2006 it retired its militaristic responsibilities in favor of experimental performance and installation art. In the few short years of its art career, the Armory has attracted increasingly higher profile artists. For a handful of evenings, it welcomes the US debut of Massive Attack V Adam Curtis.
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