Massive Attaack Prep Burial Remix Album

Collaborate With Damon Albarn, Hope Sandoval, and Elbow's Guy Garvey for Upcoming LP.

Oct 08, 2009
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Massive Attack's influence runs deep and dubstep is just one branch on trip hop's family tree. If we're still running with this tree metaphor, the deeply rhythmic dubstep boardsman Burial is a ripe fruit that's always ready to be devoured and Massive Attack is a stable taproot.

The dark soundscapers' worlds will soon merge according to an interview Massive Attack's Daddy G conducted with ClashMusic. The veteran musician discussed a remix album coming down the pipeline featuring LDN's Burial giving his distinctive re-rub treatment to several cuts off the trip hop maven's upcoming long-player. Daddy G compared the Burial remix project to No Protection, the 1995 Mad Professor remix of Massive Attack's second full-length, 1994's Protection. A release date or tracklisting aren't available at the moment but we'll keep you abreast of any updates as we get them.

The as-yet-untitled fifth LP is due in February and like our interview with Daddy G reported, it still boasts collaborations from Blur frontman Damon Albarn, Mazzy Star's Hope Sandoval, and Elbow's Guy Garvey. According to a Spinner report, DFA producer Tim Goldsworthy has also been added to the impressive guest list. The pair's recently-released, Splitting the Atom EP, features TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe. And the EP's title track now has its own slow-motion-bullfighting video, too.



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