Massive Attack Release New Music Through Their App | Music News
After numerous rumours regarding their new album, the British duo Massive Attack have launched a new app called Fantom, which features new music from the group.
— Massive Attack (@MassiveAttackUK) January 21, 2016
The app was partly designed by duo’s member Robert del Naja, and has been described in a press release as a “sensory music player that remixes and reforms songs uniquely using a variety of environmental variables including location, movement, time of day, heartbeat and the integral moving image camera”.
Parts of four new Massive Attack’s songs (“Dead Editors”, “Ritual Spirit”, “Voodoo In My Blood”, and “Take It There”) can be heard on Fantom, which also gives the user the possibility to mix the track in real time.
For more information, visit the app website here.
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