Over the summer, trip-hop pioneer Tricky announced that he would be releasing an autobiography called 'Hell Is Round the Corner'.
He's now shared a trailer for the book ahead of its October 31st release. You can watch it below.
Tricky has announced his autobiography, 'Hell Is Round the Corner', which will be published by Blink on 31st October. The title is taken from a track on his first full-length record.
The book will chronicle the Bristolian producer, musician, DJ, singer and MC's childhood and rise to musical prominence, with his influence on UK electronic, experimental and downtempo impossible to understate.
Massive Attack’s story is to be told in a new book, ‘Out Of The Comfort Zone’.
The work is due to be published on 4th March by Tangent Books, and will feature interviews with names including Portishead, Smith & Mighty, Tricky and Roni Size.
The author, Melissa Chemam, charts the development of the band alongside the wider Bristol music scene over a number of decades, tracing roots back to the 1960s and 70s before moving through the outfit's efforts to produce timeless albums such as 'Blue Lines' and 'Mezzanine'.
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The new Massive Attack EP is out now, called ‘Ritual Spirit’, with guest spots from Tricky, Young Fathers, Roots Manuva and Azekel.
The record is out now on Virgin/EMI, and the outfit also has an album coming later this year.
The group recently launched an app, Fantom, that allows users to remix and ‘reform’ songs and create unique, shareable audio clips.
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